Green Deal PAS Installer

In order to become certified under PAS 2030, and subsequently authorised to display the Green Deal Quality Mark, you will need to demonstrate:

  • 1. That you can complete installations to the required industry standard
  • 2. That you have a Quality Management System (QMS) in place and are using it

For most installers, the first point isn’t a problem because this is what you do already on a day-to-day basis (and you have the relevant experience and/or qualifications). However, we appreciate that most tradespeople don’t have the time to develop a QMS, so we have done it for you!


What the course involves

Other organisations offer 1/2 or 1-day Green Deal Installer training sessions which provide an overview of the PAS 2030 standard; outlining what systems, policies and procedures that you need to create and operate to meet the standard. Our solution goes one step further and rather than providing a short Green Deal Installer training course and then leaving you to it, our QMS system gives you all of the standard policies and procedures and access to a job management system to enable you to get PAS 2030 certified quickly and maintain it.

We’ve made this process as easy as possible so that you can concentrate on doing your job, not paperwork. However, support is also always to hand and our dedicated team will be available to talk you through the process (and provide one-to-one telephone or Skype support) where required.

Don’t miss out on this huge opportunity; make the first steps to becoming a Green Deal approved installer today.


What is PAS 2030

Central to the authorisation of carrying the Green Deal Quality Mark is the Green Deal Installer Standard – PAS 2030.

This is a Publicly Available Specification which focuses on the necessary installation processes for the measures, the management of the process that guides their installation and the quality of the service provided to the customer before, during and after the installation. It is similar in nature to other Quality Management Standards, such as ISO 9001, but is a lot simpler and quicker to achieve.


Why is this accreditation essential for your business?

The Green Deal is anticipated to create massive demand from homeowners, tenants and businesses to upgrade their properties free of charge or without the need for any upfront payment. This could be because a customer wants to reduce their energy spend and improve the look and feel of their home (or business), or because they need the install (e.g. because their boiler has broken) and would like to use the Green Deal as a way to pay for it to avoid the need the large upfront costs (e.g. to install a new energy efficient boiler).

No matter which route a customer takes, to get access to Green Deal work your business must be accredited under the Green Deal scheme and authorised to carry the Green Deal Quality Mark – which is there to ensure that installations are carried out to a high standard by trained and certified Green Deal Installers


Start Dates:


Please call 0208 507 7288 or email for dates

Course  & Qualification:  Green Deal advisor training for the commercial sector


On completion of the course we follow up with our students on their next step. Our dedicated career advisors go through all the options that are available to the individual candidate for career development. We assess and help to identify further training needs if relevant or assist them to find work. Our next step activities include but are not limited to;

  • Help with writing their CV
  • Interviewing tips and practice
  • Training candidates on how to use electronic media for work search activities
  • Referrals and Introductions to partner and associate companies for work trails, apprenticeships and employment
  • Identifying and enrolling candidates on relevant courses top further improve employability skills
  • Providing free introduction courses to building enterprises and setting up small businesses
  • Introducing relevant candidates to partner and associate companies for further enterprise assistance and funding

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