The development path includes Distance Learning Courses, Theory, Case Studies and a Thesis, with exams at various stages and a final stage application to a panel of judges, before finally passing the Grade 6 accreditation. All our commissioning engineers are put through the programme and we are pleased to add Paddy and Dan to the Grade 4 status.
Neil Burdess commented: “This is a great achievement for Paddy and Dan, we are very proud of them and their continued growth, these results add to our objective to be at the forefront of the Commissioning industry. Paddy and Dan’s next step is to commence their Grade 5 Thesis”.
Patrick Barry said:“The CSA Grades are a really good way of seeing your career progress through the distance learning coursework to the exams. The CSA Grades are the best way of improving technical commissioning knowledge.
I am looking forward to picking the subject to base my Grade 5 Thesis, and working hard on progressing as far as possible through the CSA’s Path of Development.”
Daniel Connor said: “The CSA grades are important to me as they set out clear milestones which encourage continuous progression in my career, whilst preparing for the grade 4 exam with the support from Banyards I have further enhanced my knowledge and understanding in all areas of building services commissioning and management.
I’m looking forward to starting my Grade 5 thesis and developing a personal interest in my chosen subject through independent research and hopefully I will contribute knowledge to the commissioning industry.”