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Submitted by: MikeC (Admin) on 15-Jan-08 02:26:07 PM

The CLG, yesterday, announced that BRE Global had awarded its first sub-licence to Stroma Accreditation Ltd for the provision of training and accreditation services for the Code for Sustainable Homes.

Other companies applying for sub-licences include Elmhurst and National Energy Services (NES), according to the poorly written CLG announcement.

Poorly written? Check this out:

In the title:

Assessor training and accrediation service

Opening paragraph:

Stroma Accreditation Ltd became the first organisation to be awarded a sub-licence by BRE Global to provide training and accreditation services for the Code for Sustainable Homes on 14 January 2007

Tut tut!

Assessor training and accreditation service - Communities and Local Government

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Code For Sustainable Homes
Reply #1 on : Wed February 06, 2008, 21:50:08
Poorly written article, but very interesting content! Stroma offer excellent advice, training support and FREE software that is not otherwise available. The Code for Sustainable homes looks like a fantastic scheme. Check out what Stroma offer.

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Stroma CSH Stuff
Reply #2 on : Thu February 07, 2008, 09:19:47
Being invloved in domestic development, I want to become a CSH Assessor ASAP so I can develop my offering to my clients. After researching, their offering looks good. Easy to apply, easy to understand literature, effecient service and good course locations.

Watch this space, I'll tell you about the course content in April.

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Code for Sustainable homes
Reply #3 on : Mon February 25, 2008, 21:45:09
Re: Stroma

They gave me great advice, I went to book a DEA course, which they advised was a poor choice in today market (even thought they offer this traiing), instead they suggested a CSH training option which was less than £1,000 (so I saved over 2k on my training budget), they also put me in touch with several architects and a panels of renewable consultants (very useful advice), they actually employ RIBA architects and competent consultants (unlike others that simply sell training). I am hopeful of becoming a CSH assessor next month with the prospect of making a decent living. So far so good…decent service and good advice.


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