Your FREE RIBA approved Heat Pump CPD with the Grant eLearning Academy
Achieving net zero carbon emissions is becoming an increasingly hot topic for Government, for consumers, and for those whose professions will be central to realising this goal.
This is just one of the reasons why air source heat pumps are more popular than ever before, with interest and demand for this renewable heating solution growing month on month.
Grant UK is here to help architects, specifiers and developers with the products, support and knowledge they need to ensure that they have the expertise to select sustainable, efficient heating solutions for their clients.
The Grant eLearning Academy now has an area which is dedicated to architects and specifiers.
Through this online platform, visitors can access a range of free courses about Grant’s renewable technologies including an Air Source Heat Pump CPD on-demand seminar which is RIBA approved and has double the learning points value for RIBA Chartered Architects.
Architects and specifiers who sign-up onto the Grant eLearning Academy can complete the on-demand courses at a time to suit them. Upon the successful completion of any of the courses, including the CPD heat pump course, users will be automatically issued with a certificate as immediate evidence of study.
Signing up is easy and takes less than five minutes, so you can start learning about heat pumps straightaway.
Simply click here, use the enrolment key ‘GUKSPEC21’, enter your details, set a password and you’re ready to start viewing available courses.
Aerona³ R32 air source heat pumps
All four Aerona³ R32 air source heat pump models are featured within the National Building Specification’s BIM Library, an extensive online resource which collates the product data for a wide range of construction materials and products, providing architects and developers with key product data all in one place. The 6kW, 10kW, 13kW and 17kW Aerona³ R32 heat pumps, which all meet the internationally-recognised NBS BIM Object Standard, are available as 3D objects so that users of the BIM Library can drag and drop Grant heat pumps into their plans.
Via the BIM Library, architects and specifiers can not only turn their plans into a 3D reality, but they can also visualise how a Grant heating system can be placed within their designs while having access to all the supporting technical data for the Aerona³ range in one place.