Introduction to low energy building
Training for Construction industry (1 Day)
Explore new horizons & build your future
WE BELIEVE IN A TRULY ZERO CARBON WORLD
WE WILL TEACH YOU HOW
The PureHaus School of Excellence introductory course focuses on the idea of conserving energy, both in our old (retrofit) and new buildings, we teach this using the principles developed by the Passive House Institute. This is known as a fabric first approach.
Understanding fabric first construction principles is the primary step towards your net zero ambitions. In an ideal world this comes before the secondary step of installation of renewable energies.
In this one-day course you will learn about the resources available to you to develop your knowledge and expertise on your journey to building a greener future.
You will have the opportunity to learn from experts in this field who possess years of experience and have worked on numerous projects.
Understand Passive House in 90 seconds
OuR INTRODUCTORY COURSE INCLUDES HANDS-ON TRAINING
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The Training Team
Director of PureHaus School of Excellence
Director at ZE Passivhaus
Director of Innovation and Training
The Pure Haus Team are respected nationally and internationally for their Design, Engineering, Build & Training capabilities in Passive House
About PureHaus School Of Excellence
PureHaus thrives in designing and building sustainable homes, now! In the future is too late. Climate change is upon us and OUR WORLD MATTERS. Great design lasts a lifetime, great design is sustainable. Our ultimate aim is to create a TRULY ZERO CARBON home for you, one which creates more energy than it consumes during its entire life cycle.
Green Skill New Builds
The construction industry is poorly informed and has been focused on renewable energy. Passive House teaches to be efficient with the building, maximising its energy performance. The phase not often heard is fabric first. Generating renewable energy is a secondary approached to decarbonisation, creating the remaining energy required by the building.