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Diploma in Retrofit Coordination and Risk Management Level 5

  • Course Type: Distance Learning

What can this course lead to?

On successful completion of the qualification, learners will be able to work as Project Manager/Coordinator for Domestic Retrofit Projects that comply with PAS 2035.

All learners successfully passing the assessments will be recommended for the award of the Level 5 Diploma in Retrofit Coordination and Risk Management from AIM Qualifications, an Ofqual-regulated Awarding Body.

Who is it for?

Would you like to add Retrofit Coordinator and Retrofit Evaluator qualifications to your professional toolkit? The Diplo­ma in Retro­fit Coor­di­na­tion and Risk Man­age­ment is a good fit for estab­lished con­struc­tion indus­try pro­fes­sion­als, includ­ing expe­ri­enced Retrofit Assessors and trades­peo­ple as well as project man­agers, archi­tects, engi­neers, etc.

The Diplo­ma in Retro­fit Coor­di­na­tion and Risk Man­age­ment is an in-depth explo­ration of PAS 2035, build­ing physics, and the issues around the design and instal­la­tion of retro­fit mea­sures. This qual­i­fi­ca­tion has been designed as a way of recog­nis­ing and accred­it­ing the learn­ing, knowl­edge and skills of those already work­ing in a domes­tic retro­fit role or a close­ly relat­ed area, who could like to be lead­ers in the PAS 2035 process

Upcoming course dates schedules:

16th, 23rd, 30th of January 2024 and 6th of February 2024

What is covered?

  • Assessing Dwellings for Retrofit
  • Building Physics – Managing Moisture Risk
  • Building Physics – Thermal Efficiency
  • Improvement Option Evaluation and Medium-term Retrofit Plans
  • Improving Air-Tightness and Ventilation
  • Improving the Building Fabric – Floors and Roofs
  • Improving the Building Fabric – Walls and Windows
  • Improving the Building Services – Heating, Hot Water, Lighting, and Power
  • Improving the Building Services – Renewable Energy Systems
  • Introduction to Domestic Retrofit
  • Retrofit Quality Assurance and Risk Management
  • Post Retrofit Testing, Monitoring, and Evaluation


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Learners should hold a professional qualification in a building-related subject, such as architecture, surveying, engineering, or construction management), or a National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) at Level 3 or above in a subject related to the management or supervision of construction and domestic construction projects.

Learners will also need to be familiar with domestic construction techniques, able to read and understand construction drawings and specifications, and be familiar with the Building Regulations and with construction health and safety regulations and practice.


Start date: 16/01/2024

Course Code
Stamford College
5 days
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