My Basket (empty)
0800 876 6708

Training courses for Legionella awareness and compliance

Develop Training provide a range of Legionella training courses to reduce risks associated with Legionella Bacteria and support compliance with the L8 Approved Code of Practice.

Discover which Legionella course is right for you...

Download our free flowchart

Click here for more information on Legionella Training

Find the right courses for you by clicking on the course links below.

Awareness of Legionella
Awareness plus Compliance
Managing Compliance
Specialist Training Courses
  • Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations (BS12)
    A two day course incorporating City & Guilds assessment and accreditation. For delegates who design, install or maintain water systems to ensure compliance with the Water Supply (Water Fittings) 1999 Regulations and associated standards.
  • Thermostatic Mixing Valves (BS11)
    A one day course incorporating City & Guilds assessment and accreditation, designed to deliver the knowledge required to test thermostatic mixing valves for their correct operation.
  • Legionella: Healthcare Premises Hot and Cold Water Systems (BS2/H)
    A four day training course incorporating City and Guilds assessment and accreditation. The legal and technical requirements for the control of Legionella in hot and cold water systems, aligned to HTM04-01 and the healthcare sector.
  • Management and Maintenance of Pool Systems (BS13)
    A one day training course for delegates who are involved in the administration, operation and maintenance of swimming pools. To ensure that the facility is kept legal and safe so it can operate effectively.

Courses to build legionella awareness

Outbreaks of Legionnaire's disease continue to be a recurring problem across the UK, and one that should be a concern for almost any industry sector. High profile cases over the years have seen Legionella bacteria present in hotels, hospitals, factories and garden centres. Our accredited training courses are designed to build essential awareness of the bacteria and help prevent its occurrence.

Responsibilities and legislation

It is vital that anyone involved in the control of Legionella, and in particular the "Responsible Person", clearly understands their responsibilities and has an up to date knowledge of the latest legislation, our training can help you.