Course: Understanding PAS2030 and Trustmark

The Green Register

March 9th 2021 [email protected]

Cost: Free

Sectors: carbon, climate & energy, sustainability

Understanding PAS2030 and Trustmark - what you need to know to qualify for Green Homes Grant Voucher Scheme installation works and beyond

Are you a contractor working on retrofit projects? Are you confused by the requirements to be able to access work through the Green Homes Grant Voucher Scheme? Would you like some help getting PAS2030 certified and Trustmark registered?

Becoming PAS2030 certified and Trustmark registered offers contractors a direct route to accessing work through the Green Homes Grant Voucher Scheme and Energy Company Obligation (ECO) funded projects. Demand for sustainable retrofit works is growing fast; becoming certified now will strengthen your market position and increase customer trust, putting you well ahead of your competitors. 

If you’re thinking of growing your business in retrofit and want to lead the way in making our nation’s homes more energy-efficient and comfortable for the future, you’ll need these certifications under your belt. But how does it all work? Is it right for your business and what are the opportunities? Come and find out more at our free and no-obligation session.

We’ve invited David Mooney, Compliance Consultant of FCA Compliance Services to provide a short, free introduction session on PAS and Trustmark and the benefits this can bring to your company.

David will cover:

  • Advantages and reasons for PAS2030 and Trustmark
  • What is PAS?
  • What is Trustmark?
  • Green Homes Grant Voucher Scheme and Energy Company Obligation (ECO)
  • How the process works
  • Types of measures you can apply for
  • Information to be provided by the contractor
  • The time is now: 1st July 2021 deadline and its importance
  • Timescales – how long will it take to become certified?
  • Q&A – your chance to ask any questions you may have

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