A 1 day refresher course designed to update and refresh the delegates’ existing knowledge and understanding of the subject. This course has been designed for those involved in legionella bacteria control within hot and cold water systems; namely managers, maintenance and monitoring engineers, risk assessors, designers etc.
N.B. This qualification is designed for delegates with previous experience and knowledge of water systems, the HSE Approved Code of Practice (L8) Legionella Control, and HSG 274 Part 2.
Benefits of attending for the learner
Greater understanding of technical information and practical skills required to facilitate greater:
What you will learn
This course has been designed to reinforce and further develop understanding of:
- Definition of hot and cold water systems
- Guidance available
- Smaller hot and cold water systems
- Gravity fed water systems
- Pressurised systems
- Flow throughput
- Thermal gain
- Heating methods
- Achieving temperature control
- Connection of multiple vessels
- Thermostatic mixing valves
- Dead-ends / Deadlegs
- Monitoring and inspection programme for hot and cold water systems
- Management pathway
- Risk assessment
- WRAS / Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations 1999
What qualifications will you achieve?
This course incorporates assessment and certification under the City and Guilds Frontline Skills Framework Utilities 5831 scheme unit 403 – Management of Legionella in Hot and Cold Water Systems.
How is this training delivered?
Learning will come in a classroom environment in the form of trainer explanation, group discussions, videos, practical classroom exercises and will be broken up with breakout sessions.
Assessment of learning will be based around a single multiple choice assessment at the end of the course.
What do I need to bring with me?
All course material will be provided by the trainer, however, learners are welcome to bring with them any materials used within legionella management such as risk assessments, water hygiene logbooks or management systems so that they can see how their materials fit in to the context of the training.