WASK Showcases Innovative Pipe Fittings at Develop Training’s Derby Centre

   11 June 2024         News

Last week, WASK, the market leader in supplying pipe fittings and pipeline maintenance equipment to the global gas and water distribution sector, visited Develop Training for a special two-day video shoot. The video will highlight the cutting-edge technology and practical applications of WASK’s renowned products and Develop were thrilled to be asked to facilitate the filming by hosting it in our newly upgraded water networks training area.

WASK has consistently led the industry with its innovative, safe, and cost-effective solutions in pipe jointing technology. The company is particularly noted for its expertise in PE to metal transition fittings and over the years has built a reputation for excellence and reliability, becoming a trusted name in the gas and water distribution sector.

Develop Training: The Ideal Venue

As one of the UK’s leading accredited providers of compliance, technical, and safety training, Develop was the ideal choice to provide the backdrop to WASK’s video at its state-of-the-art facilities in Derby. The complimentary use of Develop’s venue allowed WASK to safely capture footage of their equipment in action, demonstrating their products’ superior performance and ease of use.

Hands-On Experience with WASK Products

Develop regularly use WASK’s drilling set and bagging off kit, both of which are integral to our gas network training courses. These tools are widely regarded as the best in the industry, making them the ideal choice for training operational staff and delegates who will use this equipment in their daily jobs.

Develop’s commitment to using industry leading equipment in our courses ensures that our delegates gain hands-on experience with the tools and materials they will encounter in the field. By practicing with WASK’s industry-leading products, delegates are better prepared for the demands of their roles in gas utility operations.

A Collaboration of Excellence and Innovation

The collaboration between WASK and Develop Training exemplifies a shared dedication to excellence and innovation in the gas and water distribution sector. As WASK continues to pioneer advancements in pipe fittings and pipeline maintenance, Develop remains at the forefront of providing high-quality, customer-led training with the best tools available.

Stay tuned for the release of the video footage, which will offer an in-depth look at WASK’s cutting-edge technology and its practical applications in training and real-world scenarios.

Join us at our Derby centre to learn about your legal responsibilities under the Confined Space & Working at Height Regulations

07 June 2024     News

As an employer, are you fully aware of your legal responsibilities under the Confined Space Regulations 1997 and Working at Height Regulations 2005? If you’re uncertain, our upcoming open morning in Derby is the perfect opportunity for you to gain clarity and insight.

What You Can Expect

Expert Talks: Hear directly from our Trainers as they discuss the intricacies and importance of these regulations.

Latest Compliance Training: Gain valuable insights into the latest training available to ensure compliance.

State-of-the-Art Facilities: Tour our training facilities and see first-hand the resources available to you.

Live Q&A Panel: Participate in a panel discussion featuring representatives from Develop and the Environment Agency.

Safety Demonstrations: Watch live safety demonstrations by the Ambulance Hazardous Response Team (HART).

Networking Opportunities: Connect with industry professionals and peers. Engage with experienced Trainers and get your questions answered.

As an added incentive, you can also enjoy breakfast on us!

The details

Date: Friday, 16th August

Time: 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Location: Develop Training, Ascot Drive, Derby, DE24 8GW

Note: Spaces for this event are limited. Ensure you secure your spot by signing up promptly.

 

Register Now: https://resources.developtraining.co.uk/develop-confined-space-wah-open-morning-june-2024

Don’t miss this opportunity to stay informed and compliant with critical safety regulations. Join us in Derby and take a proactive step towards enhancing your workplace safety.

Non-Executive Directors

👨‍💼 Non-Executive Directors (2 roles)

📍 UK – London 💷 Pro-Bono 📅 4 Board meetings per year + ad hoc engagement

Closing date: Midnight on 20th June

Develop Training is partnering with Nurole, the leading board-level search specialist, to find new Non-Executive Directors. You can find out more and apply here. To arrange an informal conversation or in case of any other queries, please contact joshua.dernie@nurole.com

About Develop Training Ltd

Develop Training is the UK’s leading accredited provider of compliance, technical, and safety training. It was established in its current form in 2007, but has a history of training and assessment stretching back nearly 50 years. The organisation has a staff of over 100 as well as a rich network of associates, sub-contractors and partnerships which form an extended corporate family.

Training over 30,000 professionals each year, Develop Training’s customers include some of the UK’s largest and best-known organisations from the utilities and construction, defence, healthcare, facilities management, and telecommunication sectors. It works with awarding organisations such as City & Guilds, ILM, CABWI and IOSH delivering a wide range of accredited qualifications. There are a number of training centres across the width and breadth of the UK from Scotland down to Brentwood, Essex; a large number of courses are also delivered from other locations or via a range of eLearning options.

In 2019, Develop Training was acquired by the non-profit JTL Group, with both organisations continuing to operate under their current trading names. This has enabled a turnaround plan which, through continued effective management and governance as well as efficiencies generated through the use of shared resources with JTL, has resulted in a loss-making position moving to break even. Having achieved financial stability and sustainability, Develop Training is now looking to grow and generate returns which can be reinvested as well as shared with JTL Group, its non-profit parent company.

Role specification

The new Non-Executive Directors will work with the Board and executive team to take Develop Training from a neutral position, to one which is growing and profitable. As part of this, they will determine the organisation’s long-term strategy, ensuring that a strong leadership team is in place to guide its journey to profitability.

These positions signal a move towards independent governance for the organisation after its acquisition by JTL in 2019. In addition to one or two independent Non-Executive Directors, the other members of the Board will be JTL’s CEO and Director of Finance. Non-Executive Directors provide independent oversight and constructive challenge to the Executive Directors, contributing relevant industry and functional experience to strategy development, risk management and performance evaluation.

Responsibilities include:

Ensuring that Develop Training Limited complies with its governing document, company law and any other relevant legislation or regulations.

Contributing actively to the Board of Directors role in giving firm strategic direction to the organisation, setting overall policy, defining goals and setting targets and evaluating performance against the agreed Business Plan

Ensuring the financial stability of Develop Training Limited, confirming satisfaction with the integrity of financial information and that financial controls and systems of risk management are robust and defensible and being confident that these are fully implemented

Safeguarding the good name and values of Develop Training Limited, ensuring its effective and efficient administration

Assisting the Board to reach sound decisions, including by providing guidance on new initiatives and exercising independent judgement

Person specification

Develop Training is looking for up to two new Non-Executive Directors who have held a senior leadership role in the utilities sector. Candidates will be able to provide insight into how its offering can best meet the needs of the sector workforce.

Applicants may come from a variety of utilities businesses, whether large or small, with water and electricity being of particular interest. The Board is open to the functional expertise which candidates may bring, but a broad understanding of issues around training and professional development would be advantageous. They will be able to provide the Board with insight on the needs of the current (and future) workforce, to ensure that Develop Training’s training provision is as relevant as possible. An understanding of the challenges and opportunities presented by the energy transition and drive towards net zero would also be useful.

Above all, candidates will bring the commercial and strategic nous required to build on Develop Training’s strong reputation and enable the organisation to grow its revenue and impact in support of JTL’s overall charitable objectives.

Terms of appointment

This role is unremunerated, and reasonable, pre-agreed domestic travel expenses will be reimbursed. The Board meets four times per year, normally in London during work hours and lasting up to three hours, with an additional two half-days of strategy and occasional ad hoc events / engagement The appointment is for a three-year term, which can be renewed once at the discretion of the Board.

Location

This organisation is based in London and meetings will usually take place in person. Candidates will therefore be UK-based.

How to apply

Develop Training is partnering with Nurole, the leading board-level search specialist, to find new Non-Executive Directors. You can find out more and apply here. To arrange an informal conversation or in case of any other queries, please contact joshua.dernie@nurole.com

Connected parties

Develop Training has requested that candidates do not contact them directly. Instead, if you know someone at the organisation, please mention it in your Reason for Application. Nurole members who do not respect this may risk having their membership terminated.

Role timetable

Deadline for applications: Midnight on 20th June

Candidates can expect to be contacted by: 5th July

Candidates can expect the process to be completed by: 1st September

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Legionella

Updated Guidance on Legionella Control in Evaporative Cooling Systems: What You Need to Know

   06 June 2024         News

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has recently released an updated (second edition – March 2024) version of HSG274 Part 1, focusing on the control of Legionella bacteria in evaporative cooling systems. This update brings crucial enhancements to the existing guidelines, ensuring better management of Legionella risks in these systems.

What’s New in HSG274 Part 1?

The update to HSG274 Part 1 includes significant improvements in several key areas related to managing the risk of Legionella in evaporative cooling systems:

  1. DPD No 1 Testing Methodology: The revised guidance provides more detailed information on the DPD No 1 testing method, a widely used technique for measuring the concentration of free chlorine in water. This method is essential for ensuring that cooling systems are dosed correctly with biocides.
  2. Impact of pH on Biocide Efficacy: The updated guidance highlights the importance of cooling water pH in determining the effectiveness of halogen-based biocides such as chlorine and bromine. Maintaining the correct pH levels is vital to ensure these biocides can effectively prevent the growth of Legionella bacteria.

Many organisations rely on these tests to confirm proper biocide dosing. Correcting the pH of free-halogen test results is a crucial step in verifying that sufficient biocide is present in the system to inhibit Legionella growth. It’s essential to review your latest test results to ensure they are pH-corrected.

Expert Insights

Dan Sutherland, Senior Trainer for Develop’s Legionella/Water Systems division, emphasised the importance of these updates:

Where the HSE identifies areas of concern and ways in which measures can be improved; notification, understanding, implementation, and management are crucial. Our industry is an evolving one. It goes without saying that control of water chemistry is key for evaporative cooling systems for the control of microbial growth, fouling, scale, and corrosion.

On a personal note, I think all of the industry is pleased that the ball has started to roll on rapid sampling for Legionella – through quantitative polymerase chain reaction (PCR). Keep an eye out for changes afoot for Legionella guidance on hot and cold water systems and other risk systems; these changes will all be incorporated into Develop’s training material so you can rest assured the training you receive from us will always be current and up to date with the latest legislation.”

Staying informed and implementing these updated guidelines is critical for ensuring the safety and efficiency of evaporative cooling systems. By doing so, organisations can better protect against the risks associated with Legionella bacteria.

Accessing the Latest Legionella Guidance

The latest editions of the HSG274 guidance documents can be downloaded for free from the HSE website at: www.hse.gov.uk/legionnaires/technical-guidance.htm

If you have any questions about legionella and water systems please contact our Customer Service team on 0800 876 6708 or email enquiries@developtraining.co.uk.

Alternatively, you can view our full range of Legionella and Water Systems training on our website here: https://www.developtraining.co.uk/training/estates-and-facilities-management/water-systems-legionella/

JTL Group named as finalist at British Training Awards

22 May 2024     News

The JTL Group, consisting of national apprenticeship provider, JTL, compliance, technical and safety training provider, Develop Training & certification scheme, CompEx, has been announced as a finalist at the prestigious British Training Awards.

The group has been shortlisted jointly with Titus Learning in the Learning Platform of the Year category for its bespoke e-learning platform LEDA (Learn, Educate, Develop, Advance).

Launched in 2022 as a collaborative effort between the JTL Group and Titus Learning, LEDA is revolutionising online learning for the Group’s 13,000 users worldwide. Available in 44 different languages and utilised across six continents, the platform offers a wide range of courses and modules for users to access conveniently.

JTL apprentices can use LEDA to complete modules during their apprenticeship, before continuing their career journey with tailored pathways through CompEx and Develop Training qualifications.

Martin Lidyard, Head of Digital Learning at JTL, commented:

We’re incredibly proud to have been shortlisted for this year’s British Training Awards, and especially pleased to see LEDA recognised among such high-calibre fellow nominees. We’re continually looking at ways we can evolve the learning experience that we provide for our apprentices, and LEDA is a crucial element of this as it supports the journey not just during the apprenticeship process, but with lifelong learning options.”

The anticipation is building as the British Training Awards, celebrating excellence in training and development, are set to take place on June 19 in London. Stay tuned for updates as we look forward to this exciting event.

For more information about LEDA please visit: https://www.developtraining.co.uk/develop-launches-innovative-elearning-courses-to-meet-diverse-training-needs/

Alternatively, you can download our LEDA brochure showcasing the full range of e-learning programmes available.

Unveiling the Future of Gas and Utility Training in Partnership with IGEM

12 May 2024     News

Develop is thrilled to announce a landmark event on Thursday 12th September 2024, at our York training centre, in partnership with IGEM. Join us as we showcase our best-in-class training facilities for the gas and utilities industry.

All visitors will have the opportunity to tour our training centre including our fully to-scale Joint Emergency Training Set (JETSET), a groundbreaking initiative developed in collaboration with Northern Gas Networks (NGN). This innovative facility, known as ‘Training Terrace,’ is designed to recreate real-life emergency response scenarios, allowing delegates to hone their practical skills in a controlled yet realistic environment.

The York centre also underwent a £500k refurbishment last year, including updates to two fixed-learning classrooms, a hybrid centre catering for alternative energies, two HV workshops and an LV workshop.

We have also recently refurbished the gas network training facilities and pressure control training area.

Agenda:

09:00 | Breakfast and networking
09:45 | Welcome and introduction from Develop Training
10:00 | Develop and NGN Gas Training Partnership – Discussion and Q&A
10:20 | Tour of the centre
11:00 | Networking
11:30 | Event Close

Join Us and Discover the Future of Training

We invite you to register for this event and explore how our state-of-the-art facilities can benefit your professional development. This is an unparalleled opportunity to engage with industry leaders, including representatives from NGN, JTL, and CompEx. Attendees will have the chance to discuss gas network and utility training, gas engineering apprenticeships, and competency in explosive atmospheres directly with these experts.

The event is open to all IGEM members. Non-IGEM members are also welcome to attend.

Don’t miss out on this chance to see first-hand how Develop’s York training centre is shaping the future of gas and utility training.

Register today and take the first step towards advancing your skills in a dynamic and realistic training environment.

For more information and to register, visit: https://www.igem.org.uk/events-and-training/event-and-training-calendar/develop-york-training-centre-visit.html

Develop Training Secures 3-Year Tender with NWL for Health and Safety Training

02 May 2024     News

Develop Training, one of the UK’s leading accredited providers of Compliance, Technical, and Safety training, is thrilled to announce the successful acquisition of a significant contract with Northumbrian Water (NWL) for the provision of health and safety training services. The contract, spanning three years with the potential for a further two-year extension, marks a significant milestone for Develop having worked closely with NWL for over 20 years.

Following a competitive bidding process in 2023, Develop ultimately lost the tender to a competitor. However, following a series of issues, the decision to return to Develop was motivated by NWL’s recognition of the exceptional quality and reliability of the training services offered by the training provider.

We are thrilled to once again partner with NWL to deliver a wide-range of health and safety training.” said David Parkes, Regional Account Manager at Develop Training. “This contract renewal is a testament to our team’s dedication to delivering industry leading training programmes that meet and exceed NWL’s expectations.”

Under the terms of the contract, Develop will provide a wide range of health and safety training courses, many of which are tailored to NWL’s specific needs. From basic health and safety to specialist certifications, Develop is committed to equipping NWL employees with the knowledge and skills necessary to maintain a safe and competent work environment.

We chose Develop Training based on their proven track record of delivering industry-leading training programmes,” said John Burluraux, Technical Training Manager at NWL. “We are confident that Develop will continue to deliver the level of excellence and reliability we require to ensure the safety of our workforce.”

For more information about Develop Training and its range of professional development solutions, please visit www.developtraining.co.uk

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Legionella

Managing Legionella – how much do you know?

   01 April 2024         Blogs

Waterborne diseases pose a significant threat to public health, and among them, Legionnaires’ Disease is a serious and potentially fatal illness. Legionella, the bacteria responsible for causing a potentially severe form of respiratory infection can thrive in various water systems. Therefore, all organisations need to be sure that they meet the relevant HSE guidelines to effectively manage the risks.

Legionella bacteria are found in warm water environments such as cooling towers, hot tubs, and plumbing systems and will multiply when temperatures are between 25° and 45°C. When contaminated water droplets are inhaled, individuals can contract Legionnaires’ disease, leading to pneumonia-like symptoms. To effectively manage Legionella, it’s crucial to first understand its habits and potential breeding grounds.

If you are an employer, self-employed or someone in control of premises, it is important that you understand and mitigate the risks associated with Legionella. You are principally responsible for the health and safety of anyone affected (unless otherwise agreed through a contractual arrangement for legionella) and should take the necessary precautions to reduce the chances of exposure to the disease.

Here are some ways that you can do that:

Identify Environments At-Risk of Legionella

Legionella thrives in stagnant or warm water, making cooling towers, spa pools and hot water systems common breeding grounds. Additionally, places like hospitals and long-term care facilities, where individuals may have compromised immune systems, are at higher risk. Identifying and regularly monitoring these environments is crucial in preventing Legionella outbreaks.

Temperature Control

The primary method used to manage Legionella is to operate water services at temperatures inhospitable for the bacteria. Hot water cylinders should therefore store water at 60°C minimum, and distribute at no less than 50°C within one minute. Cold water should be stored at less than 20°C and distributed at less than 20°C within two minutes.

However, a recent update to Part L of Building Regulations (Conservation & Power) now emphasises that for newly installed or refurbed heating systems, heating system flow temperatures should not exceed 55°C, and ideally, they should be kept below this threshold.

While this change brings about several advantages in terms of energy efficiency and environmental impact, it also introduces a new consideration for those that manage secondary hot water systems heated by them — the increased risk of Legionella bacteria formation in hot water systems due to decreased hot water flow, return and distribution temperatures.

You can find out more about these changes here.

Routine Checks

A routine inspection and clean is an obvious, but important part of preventing Legionella. If necessary, periodic water samples should be analysed. How often depends on the system and the outcome of any risk assessment. Further guidance can be found here on the HSE’s website.

Flush the Pipes

Legionella can multiply in hot and cold water systems. Stagnant water attracts Legionella growth, so ensuring all dead ends are removed and all outlets are flushed out at least weekly, will help to reduce the risk.

System Design

When designing hot and cold water systems, pre-empt the risks of Legionella by keeping pipe-work as short as possible, include adequate insulation and minimise heat gain/thermal transfer from pipes. Contamination should also be prevented i.e. tanks to be fit with lids, insect screens where pipes are open to the environment and control the risks of backflow
For a more in-depth overview, please visit the HSE website: https://www.hse.gov.uk/healthservices/legionella.htm

In conclusion

As a business, the best way to ensure you are fulfilling your duties and managing the risk effectively is to ensure people responsible for managing systems and implementing controls are appropriately trained and receive regular refresher training.

Develop Training offer a number of Legionella courses including,

Legionella & ACOP L8 Awareness

Legionella: Role of the Responsible Person / Duty Holder / Landlord

Management of Legionella Bacteria in Hot & Cold Water Systems

Legionella Risk Assessment of Hot & Cold Water Systems

To view the full list of available Water Systems & Legionella training offered by Develop, click here: https://www.developtraining.co.uk/training/estates-and-facilities-management/water-systems-legionella/

 


Contact us

If you have any questions or are unsure which training course is right for you, please contact our Customer Service team on 0800 876 6708 or email enquiries@developtraining.co.uk

Nicola Smith: Powering the Way for Women in Utilities

13 March 2024     News

In a remarkable journey from stockbroker to utilities trailblazer, Nicola Smith has shattered barriers and is now a vital member of Develop Training’s Internal Quality Assurance and Audit team. Her story is not just one of personal success but also an inspiration for aspiring female engineers to follow in her footsteps.

The Women’s Engineering Society’s latest data reveals that despite some progress, only 16.5% of the UK’s engineering workforce consists of women. The utilities industry tells the same sorry story, with the Energy & Utility Skills Partnership reporting that just 17% of employees in the energy and utilities industry are female, with fewer than 1% in the craft-level workforce. While these figures are an increase on previous years, it’s clear that there’s still much work to be done to achieve gender parity within these typically male-dominated industries.

Nicola’s journey stands as a beacon of hope for change

Nicola embarked on her journey with Develop in February 2017, where she started as a Lecturer in Smart Meter installation. Drawing on the skills she cultivated during her time as a hands-on installer, she quickly embraced her new role and has since transitioned to a vital position within the Internal Quality Assurance and Audit (QAA) team, showcasing her adaptability and commitment to the industry.

So, how did Nicola, a former stockbroker, end up in the realm of engineering and utilities?

Her trajectory reflects the timeless theme of personal growth and reinvention. Nicola recalls her initial entry into the workforce, where she started as a cashier with West Bromwich Building Society. However, she knew deep down that her path lay elsewhere, “It wasn’t really for me,” she admits. “But once you start moving along a particular career path, it’s difficult to get off it.”

Driven by a thirst for knowledge and personal growth, Nicola rapidly climbed the financial ladder, eventually becoming a stockbroker based in Canary Wharf. Despite her success, a lingering feeling that she was meant for something more led her to venture into retail banking and eventually she sought a complete career transformation.

Nicola’s innate curiosity and hands-on nature steered her toward engineering, and an apprenticeship opportunity at British Gas provided the perfect avenue for her to make the leap.

Gender roles in engineering & utilities

Breaking gender norms, Nicola became the sole female Engineer in her area. While her experience was largely positive, she notes that misconceptions about gender roles in engineering still persist.

Right up until the day I left, customers would say ‘but when will the engineer be here?’ and I’d have to explain that I was the engineer.”

Nicola’s determination to challenge these preconceptions, combined with her passion for learning and development, led her to her current role as an Internal Quality Assurance Auditor.

She explains, “I’ve discovered my real passion working at Develop. I’ve been able to learn and do things I never imagined I could. Going from being a stockbroker to a Quality Assurance Auditor has been really rewarding, and I can honestly say I’m happier in this job than ever before.”

“I would encourage all women to consider a career in the training industry. It’s an industry that welcomes diversity and fresh perspectives, and there’s a wealth of untapped potential waiting to be unleashed. Don’t be afraid to break those barriers, challenge the norms, and join us in shaping the future of training in the utilities industry.”

A supportive employer

Now, as part of Develop’s QAA Team, Nicola is responsible for auditing a wide range of gas and utilities-based training courses. This means that she’s involved in checking everything from pre-course communications and materials a delegate receives, to the content of the training course itself all the way through to the assessments and certification. The role carries a high weight of responsibility as if an External Quality Assurance Audit takes place and finds that the organisation is not meeting the standards set by the external Awarding Body then this could mean that Develop is no longer able to offer the qualifications.

Nicola elaborates on why she enjoys working for Develop,

Develop has been more than just a workplace for me; it’s a fantastic support system. They’ve not only supported my career growth but have also been incredibly understanding of my personal circumstances, including maternity and the need for flexible working around family life. Their support has given me the confidence excel in my different roles while still having a good balance between work and family.”

Nicola’s journey exemplifies the transformative power of determination, resilience, and a passion for breaking down barriers. As she continues to make her mark, she paves the way for more women to follow suit, inspiring change and progress in an industry that sorely needs it. Her story is a testament to the fact that, with the right mindset and opportunities, individuals can defy convention and excel in any field, regardless of gender or background.

To find out more about the QAA Team, please visit: https://www.developtraining.co.uk/quality-assurance/

Water Network Training Facilities Unveiled at Derby Training Centre

20  February 2024     News

Following a £500k refurbishment at its Derby training centre last year, Develop is proud to unveil its latest enhancement – an upgraded water networks training area. The Derby training centre, widely renowned as as centre of excellence for utility training in the Midlands, was strategically chosen for its central location and accessibility, and is now equipped with the latest technology and a secure practical training area for delegates to safely refine their skills and practice real-world scenarios in water networks management.

The inaugural course, a 5-day Network Construction Operations Water Level 2 Service Laying programme, concluded last week and was expertly led by Develop Associate, Mick Reading.

Training activities that the facilities can cover include:

  • Live main laying techniques; able to configure multiple design configurations due to multi-valve set ups.
  • Live service laying techniques
  • Live valve training
  • Small live flushing exercises
  • Under pressure drilling, using talbot drill and now with the multi fit self-tapping ferrule for use on Ductile iron and Cast Iron mains. This new method provides a simple and easy way to connect service pipes to differing main sizes
  • Flushing activities
  • Mains commissioning including chlorination and pressure testing.

Commenting on the new facilities, Daryll Garavan, Interim Head of Operations & Training, stated,

We are thrilled to introduce these new and improved water networks training facilities, setting a new standard for professional development in the utilities industry. As the demand for skilled professionals in water networks maintenance continues to grow, Develop remains at the forefront of delivering high-quality utility training to the majority of the UK’s leading water suppliers.”

This latest investment in its utility training infrastructure underscores Develop’s continual commitment to the development of a highly skilled water networks workforce. The aim is to equip professionals to tackle the evolving challenges in water networks management and maintenance effectively, and Develop is poised to play a vital role in shaping the future of utility training, meeting the increasing demands of the industry and ensuring the highest standards of excellence.

For more information about the utility training courses available at Develop, please visit our website: https://www.developtraining.co.uk/training/utilities/

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