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Training on the use of DEAP 4.2 to demonstrate compliance with Part L of the Building Regulations
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Date:Tuesday 10 March 2020
Time:9.00am - 5.00pm
Cost:RIAI Practice: €275.00; RIAI Member: €305.00; Non-RIAI Member: €380.00 (Price includes tea/coffee and sandwich lunch and course materials)
Location:IHER Energy Services, Unit 25 Docklands Innovation Pk, East Wall Road, Dublin 3 D03 P2K2
The RIAI present a training course on the use of DEAP 4.2 to demonstrate compliance with Part L of the Building Regulations.
This one-day course is aimed specifically at those who have no previous knowledge of the DEAP (Dwelling Energy Assessment Procedure) method or software for producing residential BER certificates but who wish to gain a broad understanding of how DEAP works, specifically with regard to achieving compliance with Part L 2011 and TGD Part L 2019 (NZEB).
The course is intended to provide those attending with a basic understanding of how DEAP works. The new cloud-based DEAP 4.2 will be used during the course. DEAP 4.2 includes revised calculation methods for water heating, lighting and renewables.
The course will also show how DEAP can be used as a Part L compliance tool with particular focus on Part L requirements for:
- Whole dwelling performance (MPEPC / MPCPC targets)
- Individual minimum performance levels
- Renewable Technologies (*new requirement for renewable energy ratio of 20%)
The schedule will also feature an introduction to key elements of TGD Part L 2019 (NZEB) including the new requirements for major renovations.
If those attending wish to train fully as BER assessors, more extensive training would be required.
Michael Hanratty, Electrical Engineer BE (Hons), C Dip.AF, IHER Energy Services
Upon completion of this one day course, participants will:
- have a basic understanding of the theory underpinning the DEAP BER calculation method
- be familiar with the DEAP 4.2 application and the DEAP 4.2.1 manual
- understand the 2011 Part L and TGD Part L 2019 (NZEB) requirements for new & existing dwellings and how these are included in DEAP
- understand how to use DEAP as a Part L compliance tool
Practical Experience Gained
- inputting sample dwelling values into DEAP
- entering renewable technology values into DEAP
- looking at the options for achieving whole dwelling performance compliance
The programme combines lectures/ presentations and workshop exercises which are split roughly 50:50 in terms of time allocation.
Participants are required to bring their own laptop computer to the course with the DEAP software 4.2 pre loaded. Please contact Teresa Harte if you have difficulty accessing a laptop.
DEAP 4.2 is a cloud hosted application. It is available at https://www.seai.ie/home-energy/building-energy-rating-ber/support-for-ber-assessors/domestic-ber-resources/deap4-software/. Simply click onto New to MyBER, then enter:
- First Name
- Last Name
- Address Line 1
For any subsequent visits, enter email & password and click on login.
Parking is free at Docklands Innovation Park. Spaces are not allocated so any spot can be used. IHER are in the Centre Block and will have signs directing all to our office. IHER are about 5 minutes walk from the Luas terminus at the 3 Arena.
Attendees are asked to confirm any special accessibility or other requirements to the RIAI.