Training For Legionella Control

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E- Learning Legionella

For E-Learning in Legionella Awareness for those unable to attend real time tutor courses try our free access to the first module. Click Here for your FREE ACCESS

 

City & Guilds Courses

LEGIONELLA AWARENESS - 1 Day

TRAINING FOR THE DUTY HOLDERS AND RESPONSIBLE PERSONS - 2/3 Days 

Plus other courses.

We can provide a number of City & Guilds training courses. The courses are accredited by City & Guilds. Mr French, our chairman, is a  tutor for C&G through several providers and can arrange courses at the clients venue so as to avoid unnecessary travelling expenses and accommodation costs for clients. 

 

WHT acredited courses

These courses are carried out at Venues in the South West of Devon usually at Exeter or Newton Abbot. We also can provide training at your establishment anywhere in the UK.  For a booking form for a basic awareness and refresher training see pdf attachment at the side of this page, down load, fill in and send back. Prices from £95.00 + vat and rise according to the length of the course or current contract you hold with us. Please ring or email for clarification.

Detail on why training is important.

ACOP L8 2013 refers to training which is regulatory. This means it is a legal requirement. This we believe is as fundamental to legionella control as risk assessments are, logbooks and a management structure. Inadequate management, poor communication and lack of training have all been contributory factors in outbreaks of Legionnaires' Disease. Our courses incorporate HSG 274 and HTM 04 including the addendum on Psedomonas on the Pseudomonas course (C&G).

Ask yourself this -

  1. How can I be responsible if I don't know what I am responsible for?
  2. How can I do the correct monitoring and maintenance if I do not have the knowledge to perform in a manner to control legionella and report defects?
  3. How efficient will I be in flushing and able to identify when, where and why to flush?

The answer is simple, TRAINING.

Another few points that is very important -

  1. Is the training adequate for the task required?
  2. Is it accredited, supported with evidence of retained knowledge?

This is why we ensure that all courses have a suitable assessment paper on completion of the course to comply with L8.

Competence is also defined as having experience, knowledge, ability and other qualities needed to undertake legionella control but the most important part of that is TRAINING.

We recognise that you may have the resources to carry out many of the functions required to control Legionella and were this we would like the opportunity of ensuring you get it right. Here at Eplus Global we use WHT Ltd for our training which is unbiased and delivered by Simon French who has had in excess of 30 years of experience in all fields of Legionella control and is well known in the legionella world. Ex-committee member of the LCA for four years, member of the Water Management Society for over 15 years and served in three committees of B&ES as well as training for them. Now is an AuthorisedEngineer (AE) for the NHS

Please contact us for courses that are available with exam papers and supported CPD units included on the certificates. Bespoke courses are available according to your requirements.
 

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