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Having made the commitment to do MCS... here is an easy way to do it!
This one day course will assist installers with the MCS Certification process and is delivered by a trainer with experience in being assessed, getting accredited, or assessing those that have applied for MCS accreditation.
About the course:
The day will cover the 19 steps required within MCS001 and delegates will be supplied with an MCS manual in Microsoft Word, which can then be tailored to your own Company's individual requirements.
This hands-on course also exercises delegate involvement to develop an understanding of the accreditation requirements. You will be asked to consider questions relating to MCS001 Appendix A, Table 1 prior to attending, to help you identify where most work will be needed within your company to be part of the MCS. Installation Quality Control (IQC) also know as a Quality Management System (QMS) is necessary before an installer can become MCS accredited and Table 1 sets out the minimum requirements an installer must satisfy to show that they have met the requirements.
Delegates are encouraged to ask questions and raise issues during the course, particularly those that directly address the question of how their Company can best comply with the requirements of MSC001 without lots of unnecessary work. The extensive experience of our trainer, Frances Crick means that she is very well placed to advise you in this area.
Although One Stop MCS does not guarantee passing the MCS accreditation process, it should significantly reduce the time required to obtain MCS accreditation and minimise the number of non-conformances your Company receives from the certification body of your choice. In this way, the course offers very significant value for money.
As an added benefit, working to MCS quality procedures should enable your company to manage your paperwork and customer relations better and in that way save time and gain a competitive advantage.
About the trainer:
Frances Crick has 20 years experience in the analysis and application of renewable energy technologies for micro-generation. Ms. Crick has worked as an assessor for the Installer Microgeneration Certification Scheme since the scheme began in 2007. She has also trained other assessors on technical aspects of micro & small wind systems. Ms. Crick was also an assessor and inspector under the Clear Skies Grants Programme. Prior to this she completed technical reviews of design work and site inspections on the Government Funded UK PV Domestic Fields Trials and is co- author of Installing small wind-powered electricity generating systems: Guidance for installers and specifiers (CE72), published by Energy Saving Trust. Ms Crick has also acted as independent expert for the European Union and the UK Technology Strategy Board evaluating research proposals.
What some of our past delegates have said about this course:-
"Frances was a superb communicator, simple and informative speaker and kept energy levels up!"
"Very good course, Frances took what could be a very dry subject and injected life & passion maintaining our interest ... obviously has loads of experience"
"Well presented course and very useful for us to work out what we need to put in place"