To complete the registration process, you must enrol in the SEAI online induction module.
Step 5: enrol in the SEAI BER induction module
In order to complete your registration as a BER Assessor, you will need to complete the online induction module. The module will provide information on:
- Supports available from SEAI including the BER Helpdesk
- Technical documents
- BER Assessors Code of Practice
- Quality Assurance (QA) processes
- Communications from SEAI
- Additional knowledge development resources
Online induction modules are scheduled at set times throughout the year and dates will be published on this page. Please ensure that you have first submitted your BER Assessor Registration Form to SEAI in order to enrol in the module.
Once you have completed the online module:
- You will be provided with your BER Assessor registration number,
- Your name will be entered onto the National Register of BER Assessors.
- You will be provided with your accounts in both DEAP 4.2 and the National Administration System (NAS)/Non-Domestic Administration System (NDNAS) for the publication of BER assessments.
Induction module training dates
You must submit your BER Assessor registration form before being invited to the online training module. The next online training module will take place on Tuesday 23rd March. All registrations forms need to be submitted by Friday 12th March in order to attend the training session.
Please note, DEC Assessors are not required to complete the online induction module.
|Final Date for Acceptance of Registration Forms||Date of Online Registration Module|
|Friday 12th March 2021||Tuesday 23rd March 2021 at 11am|
|Friday 26th March 2021||Tuesday 6th April 2021 at 10am|
|Friday 30th April 2021||Tuesday 11th May 2021, at 1.30pm|
Friday 21st May 2021
Tuesday 1st June 2021 at 10am
Friday 30th July 2021
Tuesday 10th August 2021 at 10am
Friday 17th September 2021
Tuesday 28th September 2021 at 10am
Friday 19th November 2021
Tuesday 30th November 2021 at 10am
Step 6: Mentoring
Following your registration as a BER Assessor, you will be allocated a Mentoring Audit with one of SEAI’s BER Auditors. This will be randomly selected from one of your published BER assessments.
Mentoring audits are a learning resource provided by SEAI, within which you will be given the opportunity to ask questions and discuss various aspects of the BER’s data inputs with your assigned auditor. Learning outcomes will be provided to you following the mentoring sessions, which can then be used in the completion of subsequent BER assessments.
SEAI will be in contact with you directly to organise the allocation of your mentoring audit.