E-newsletter August 2020
Welcome to the August Newsletter. We hope you find this month's newsletter of interest.
As communicated in last month's newsletter, there will be no hardcopy renewal notifications sent out this year.
More information regarding your renewal, including the checklist can be found online.
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A few things to make sure are up-to-date include:
- Your contact details, including work information
- Your CPD record
- Your insurance records
- Signed code of conduct
From Tuesday 1 September you will be able to access your invoice and pay your registration fees online. A reminder notification will be sent on this date.
NB. Please note that even if you pay your registration fee we will only be sending certificates and ID cards if your registration meets the compliance requirements, so you may still be suspended.
If you have any questions regarding your renewal please call the team on +44 (0)208 772 3649 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
As mentioned in previous newsletters, MHCLG are developing a new EPC/DEC/ACI register for England, Wales and N. Ireland. During this process opportunities for improvements have been identified which resulted in a delay to the launch date. Currently, there is a view that the register will be live at some point in September.
We will continue to keep you all up to date when more details are available.
Government Air Conditioning Software withdrawal
I wrote to air conditioning assessors during May, but in case that was missed by anyone I will repeat the message here.
MHCLG will no longer be supporting the DCLG Air Con Report software.
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Whole Life Costing for Sustainable Building
18 August 2020 | 14:00-15:00 (BST)
This webinar will be presented by Mariana Trusson, Associate Director with Hurley Palmer Flatt.
Mariana is an Air Conditioning Inspector and Level 5 EPC Assessor on our register but is also an expert on the subject of this webinar – in fact she wrote the book!
Thank you to everyone that has been supporting our webinar series, it has been well attended. I think that we have been able to provide interesting and informative material from the attendance that we have seen. We are fortunate to work in a vibrant and forward-looking community willing to share their knowledge and expertise. So, you know what comes next.
I am sure that we have not exhausted the well and that there are many of you out there that are keen to participate but did not want to go first.
Please get in touch if you have an idea for a webinar that you would like to share. As usual email me at email@example.com
Professor Andrew Geens
BEng (Hons) PhD CEng FCIBSE
Head of CIBSE Certification Ltd.