Best practice in NatHERS software modelling

Best practice in NatHERS software modelling
1 CPD NatHERS Technical

Best practice in NatHERS software modelling

18/06/2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM AEST 

 

Event overview

This presentation will assist Assessors have the knowledge, skills and tools to inform decision making in NatHERS assessment and promote autonomy and professional judgement.

The webinar will touch on the basics to ensure a solid foundation on which all assessments can be based. It will refresh attendees on the NatHERS basics , key principles of building thermal performance, principles of data entry, key assumptions of the Chenath engine and explore how these link together. In addition,  the presentation will look at the importance of a a systematic approach in all NatHERS assessment to elevate efficiency and ease, including steps outside of data entry that are the fundamental to quality, consistent and accurate results.

About the Presenter

 

Rebecca Robins is a foundation NatHERS Assessor with extensive experience across all parts of the NatHERS industry. Since 1996, she has worked with a focus on both the success of her TPA business, Efficiency Assessments, as well as the growth, development & professional recognition of all Assessors through behind the scenes work to improve the systems, information, & regulatory environment.  

Over the years she has coupled working in the private sector with providing services to all levels of government & AAOs.  She is accredited in three NatHERS software and has worked with ABSA, BASIX & NatHERS on various projects.  She has recently joined the DMN TASC and is looking forward to further contributing to NatHERS and the TPAs within the scheme.

Her aim is to  encourage assessor autonomy and ability to make professional judgements based on a sound understanding of building efficiency principles and the underlying processes of the NatHERS software and Chenath engine. 

CPD Points: 1 NatHERS Technical CPD point. This will be recorded in Design Matters National Members' CPD Manager within 5 business days following the event.

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