Complete a training course (This is not compulsory for Non-Domestic BER Assessors, but is recommended)
Pass the SEAI exam, domestic exam for Domestic BER Assessors and the Non-Domestic BER exam for Non-Domestic BER Assessors
Complete the SEAI registration form
Supply the following with the application:
BER Assessor Certificate of Insurance:
€6.5m Public/Products Liability
€1.3m Professional Indemnity
€13m Employers Liability (applies to employer/employee registrations only)
The BER Assessor Certificate of Insurance form must be completed by a Registered Insurance Broker, Agent or Insurance Company licensed to issue cover in the Republic of Ireland, as approved by the Financial Regulator
SEPA Direct Debit Mandate, to pay registration fees, subsequent annual renewal fees, and ongoing BER publication levies
Tax clearance certificate
Drivers Licence or Passport
Agree to the BER Code of Practice
Am I eligible to become an assessor?
Domestic Assessors require a NFQ Level 6 Advanced Certificate/Higher Certificate in construction studies (or similar) or a recognised equivalent. Equivalence maybe defined as a combination of an appropriate construction-related qualification and significant relevant experience.