BREEAM International assessors are qualified to carry out any BREEAM assessments outside of the UK using the standard schemes and the Bespoke International Scheme.
There are many benefits of becoming a BREEAM International assessor, including:
There are no pre-qualification requirements to becoming a BREEAM International assessor. The only thing we stipulate is the need to have a very good understanding of written and spoken English. We do however have to state that the training is technical and therefore knowledge of the below areas would be advantageous:
To become a BREEAM International assessor you will need to have completed a three day training course. The first two days are the Foundation days (common to all non domestic versions of BREEAM) and the third day is the Top Up Day which is specific to BREEAM International.
The training course consists of lectures and workshop exercises. During the course you will work on case studies to help familiarise yourself with the BREEAM issues.
At the end of the third day, you will be required to successfully complete a multi-choice exam and a homework case study exercise which you have 3 months to complete and submit.
Once you have become a qualified BREEAM International assessor, you are then eligible to apply for a BREEAM International Licence. There is no fee attached to the annual licence, you are however charged a lodgement fee per assessment registered.
Details of course dates and costs can be found on the Training and Events page.
Once you have completed the training and signed a licensing agreement with BRE Global, BREEAM International Assessors are able to:
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