BPEC Legionella Risk Assessment and Water Systems
- Cardonald Campus
- SCQF Level
- Start Date & time
- Various start dates
- Qualification Type
- Other non-advanced qual
- Course Type
- 1 Day
NEXT COURSE THURSDAY 13TH OCTOBER
What will I learn?
The BPEC Legionella Risk Assessment is a one day commercial training and assessment course aimed at experienced plumbing and heating operatives in accordance with the requirements of the revised Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) This course provides operative with the knowledge and skills to undertake the water disinfection process.
- Detailed overview of legislation in the control of Legionnaire’s disease and water disinfection
- Practical guidance on carrying out a risk assessment and how to rectify identified risks or problems
This is a part time commercial training course and does not meet the criteria for SAAS funding or Fee Waivers
If applications are open at time of booking delegates can apply for a Skills Development Scotland, Individual Training Account
Ex and current Armed Services Personnel may be eligible for Enhanced Learning Credits
If you are a company enquiring on behalf of an employee the company may be eligible for Flexible Workforce Development Funding (FWDF)
The College has a student funding department for further funding / financial advice and support while making enquires and for the duration of the training course - firstname.lastname@example.org
Entry requirements (minimum)
Candidates MUST have:
- Water Byelaws 2014 Scotland certificate;
- Experience in the plumbing/heating industry;
- SVQ Level 2/3 plumbing, heating and ventilating (domestic installation) or equivalent earlier certification;
*Verification must be provided prior to booking and brought to the training for submission in the assessment pack.
Jobs and further study
On completion and certification operatives will have the knowledge and skills to undertake the water disinfection process.
Making an application
For courses starting in August, you can make up to two applications.
Applications are made to a course and a first choice of campus. If the course is oversubscribed at your first choice you will be automatically considered for alternative sites and may be made an offer without a further application.