Courses for Water utility training services
DTL's comprehensive range of water industry training courses are aligned to the latest water regulations and cover water services, water treatment, waste water treatment and sewerage-related processes. These accommodate all levels of expertise from apprenticeships and NVQs, for new and current employees, to water engineering and management.
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- National Water Hygiene Scheme (WHS2)
½ day course for compliance when working on any aspect of the potable water supply. Water UK standards.
- SHEA Water (WHS1)
1 day course for an understanding of health, safety and environmental awareness and regulations within the water industry (EUSR card).
- Water Hygiene and DOMS (DOMS1)
1 day course for working on water industry infrastructure in Scotland. Compliance with Scottish Water/EUSR DOMS scheme.
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Essential training for the water industry
DTL's courses are designed to help water companies and contractors support the essential skills needed to guarantee the sustainability of water supply in the UK.
The courses cover many aspects of the industry and each course caters for individuals with a specific amount of knowledge; there are beginner courses suitable for entry level delegates through to the refresher courses for experienced professionals.
Delivered from DTL's specially-equipped training centres nationwide, the courses enable delegates to gain hands-on experience with a full range of up to date industrial equipment. Alternatively, provided that suitable practical facilities are available, courses can be delivered on customer premises.
DTL's water and environmental training courses are directly linked to national qualifications with awarding bodies such as City & Guilds, giving employers confidence that their people have the correct skills and knowledge to work safely and effectively.
DTL enjoys close working relationships with a number of awarding bodies, through which we make a positive contribution to the development of national and company standards.