Certificate in Heat Pump Installation, Commissioning, Maintenance and Servicing



1 Year




Blended, Part Time



Programme Overview

This programme includes practical and theoretical learning, and all learners will have to demonstrate their competency to size, install, service and maintain the performance of a heat pump based upon the reliability needs of the customer.

Under the government’s Climate Action Plan (CAP), overall greenhouse gas emissions are to be reduced by 51% by 2030 and reach net-zero by 2050.

To aid in the realisation of this, the government have developed a roadmap to phase out fossil fuel in home heating.

By 2030, the government has targets to retrofit over 400,000 homes to a minimum B2 BER level threshold by installing 600,000 plus heat pumps into existing and new dwellings.

The aim of the programme is therefore to support CAP by providing learners with the necessary installation, maintenance and servicing training, which will allow the graduates to be placed on the Irish Register, and thus deemed competent as heat pump installers for both ground to water and air to water technologies.

The programme curriculum is aligned to the National Standard Authority of Ireland (NSAI) recently developed and published National Standard Recommendation for the design and Installation of Heat Pumps in homes – S.R. 50-4:2021.

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For point of contact and additional information in relation to this programme, please contact the registering provider Atlantic Technological University.

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