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By: MMP

Wed, 10 Feb 2010 18:04:19 +0000

@Linni that is positive news for sure. However, as it stands with the C&G exisiting qualification is it 6176 ?? is it really a worthwhile course the HEA course via ABBE and a good idea to do at present? None of the trainers seem to be able to give details of how this may become work??? Adding to knowledge is obviously a solid concept but most are expecting a return and development of their businesses. With the demise of PP it is even more relevant that people dont throw money away on a course with no prospects



By: Linni

Wed, 10 Feb 2010 17:53:27 +0000

I agree with Brian over the HEA role - over time, I think that opportunities will emerge for DEAs who add to their knowledge by taking the HEA qualification. Only today, at a meeting attended by all sorts of energy advice providers, I was told of emerging evidence that in the current climate (no pun intended) owner occupiers ARE willing to pay for advice services offering a whole house energy audit. Of course I'm waiting for this evidence to be published, so we can be assured whether it's real or just wishfull thinking, but if it's true it can only be a good thing.



By: Joe

Wed, 10 Feb 2010 13:07:51 +0000

DEAs 0 - utilities 1 what a shame the HEA role has lost its chance of actually doing something instead of becoming a political tick box and a nice little earner for energy companies. Any freelancer considering this must be slightly nuts. It is good to see Mr Scannell remains optomistic for future opportunities but lets be realistic that when this was a perfect development for DEAs it is unlikely a better chance will come along soon.



By: Dave

Wed, 10 Feb 2010 12:35:20 +0000

i can only re-iterate what Tina said Monday. Why is Brian not listened to more by the CLG and logical reasoning actually acted upon. Common sense, too scary for you CLG?