The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) has advised that accreditation of the course in Building Thermal Performance Assessment (Residential) NTIS code 91318NSW, expired on 30 June 2013. The course is no longer nationally accredited or a VET qualification.
The NatHERS Benchmark Study is being undertaken in order to better understand the future training and development needs of NatHERS assessors. As such, all assessors are invited - indeed encouraged - to participate.
The NatHERS logo has been registered as a Trade Mark under the Trade Marks Act 1995. This registration will provide the NatHERS National Administrator with greater powers to address illegal use of the logo.
A report on the study of the effect of ground heat transfer on the thermal performance of buildings has been released. The findings will help improve the Chenath calculation engine, which underpins the three software tools accredited under the Scheme.
This note provides information about the new Certificate IV in NatHERS Assessment. It aims to answer questions that may be raised by existing NatHERS assessors, people interested in becoming assessors, registered training organisations and other interested parties.
The Nationwide House Energy Rating Scheme (NatHERS) - Software Accreditation Protocol, June 2012 (Protocol) was prepared by the NatHERS National Administrator with the assistance of the state and territory building energy efficiency policy agencies and the Australian Building Codes Board