73 training courses found
The launch of the Renewable Heat Incentive and the Green Deal has seen a major increase in the demand for Solar Thermal Hot Water systems. This Bpec Solar Thermal Hot Water Installer course is mapped to the National Occupational Standards (NOS) and Qualifications Curriculum Framework (QCF).
The Bpec Part L Energy Efficiency training course is approved by the Energy Savings Trust, Gas Safe and the Heating and Hot Water Information Council. The content and focus of both training and the assessments is appropriate to the requirements of plumbers, gas engineers and renewable energy installers, but also satisfies compliance with Approved Document L1 (Parts A and B) of the Building Regulations.
This City & Guilds Accredited PV installation course is aimed at those involved with the installation of on-roof solar PV panels including qualified roofers and labourers. This PV installation course covers a basic introductory level to PV components, health & safety awareness, different types of roof mounting equipment, shading awareness and electrical connections.
BPEC G59 Solar PV Systems up to 100kWp Training Course Overview Introduction to G59 grid connected PV systems Protection requirements W
Course Summary This Photovoltaic Sales and Surveyor training course will give companies and individuals the knowledge of PV in order that they can successfully survey and sell PV installations to prospective customers. As well as giving the expertise of selling and surveying PV systems, this course will also familiarise you with PV Technologies, the Feed in Tariff (FiT), understanding the Micro-generation Certification Scheme (MCS) and will also cover Building Regulations and Planning Permission.
This Bpec Biomass Installer training course is aimed at qualified heating engineers who wish to install domestic wood-based biomass heating systems, including both space heating and central heating appliances. This Bpec Biomass Installer training course incorporates both Core Solid Fuel and Biomass Heating Systems and is aimed at qualified heating engineers who wish to install domestic solid wood-based Biomass Heating Systems.
This F-Gas course is designed for those working within the refrigeration and air-conditioning industry who need to meet the legal requirements for working with Flourinated Gases, or F-Gases, and other ozone depleting substances. The F-Gas training course is for those wishing to be covered for all four categories; leak checking, refrigerant recovery, service/maintenance, and installation.
Who should attend? Candidates who work in the refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump sector and are required to handle fluorinated gases and ozone depleting substances. Those attending the course should have an underpinning knowledge of the theory and practical elements of vapour compression refrigeration systems and its associated equipment.
Who should attend This Emergency First Aid at work training course is aimed at individuals who work in low risk environments that present very few hazards. Employers should carry out an assessment of first aid needs to determine the number of staff required to be qualified in Emergency First Aid at Work.
Who should attend? This course is aimed at all employees and is designed to improve the safety culture within an organisation. It focuses on how individual actions contribute to health and safety in the workplace.
Who should attend? The course is intended for line managers requiring a broad-based knowledge of health and safety and safe systems of work. It is also suitable for those who do not wish to progress to the level of professional qualification, but would benefit from attending an accredited health and safety management course.
This City & Guilds accredited course is designed for the person identified within an organisation as being the nominated ‘Responsible Person’ or ‘Deputy to Responsible Person’ for control of the legionella bacteria within water systems. To provide attendees with the necessary information to enable them to understand the duties and responsibilities of the nominated ‘responsible person’ and their ‘deputy’ for the supervision, effective implementation and management of legionella risk assessments, remedial work and management of Water Systems within their buildings to comply with approved code of practise L8.
A City and Guilds accredited course designed for staff who are involved in the implementation of the written scheme and who are responsible for maintaining site log books. The objective is to provide students with background knowledge of legionella and to enable them to manage and implement the monitoring requirement of water systems to ensure ACOP compliance.
This Legionellosis course is designed for managers, supervisors or engineers who need an understanding of how legionella bacteria may proliferate within their hot and cold water system and how to prevent or control the bacteria. Purpose of this course The course is designed to give those who attend an overview and understanding of how to control the risk from legionella bacteria within hot and cold water systems.
This City & Guilds Accredited course is designed for supervisors and operatives who need the understanding of using chlorine and silver hydrogen peroxide to disinfect hot and cold water systems. The purpose of the course is to provide participants with the technical and practical information and knowledge for them to safely disinfect a water system in accordance with the Approved Code of Practice and Guidance Document (L8) - Legionnaires’ Disease – The control of Legionella Bacteria in water systems and BS 8558 – Specification for the design, installation, testing and maintenance of services supplying water for domestic use within buildings and their curtilages.
Who will benefit This City & Guilds accredited course is designed for managers, supervisors or engineers who need an understanding of how legionella bacteria may proliferate within their hot and cold water system and cooling towers. Purpose The course is designed to give those who attend an overview and understanding of how to control the risk from legionella bacteria within hot and cold water systems and cooling towers.
Who Will Benefit Anyone who has completed a course on Legionella control or Water System and now find it necessary to refresh and update themselves on the requirements of the Approved Code of Practice L8 or changes to how the risk is controlled. Purpose To provide delegates with the requirements of any changes to legislation and the ACOP L8 and provide a refresher on the required legionella management of water systems.
Who will benefit A course designed for Legionella risk assessors who need the understanding of how to carry out a risk assessment on water systems. Objective and aims of the course The course is designed to give those who attend the course an overview and understanding of how to assess water systems for the risk of being exposed to legionella bacteria and documenting their findings.
Who Will Benefit This City & Guilds Accredited training module is aimed at facilities managers, infection prevention and control staff and all those involved in the day to day running and management of healthcare premises. It is designed to provide an introduction to the bacterium Pseudomonas Aeruginosa, the infections it causes, the environments it colonises and the methods that can be used to prevent its transmission from water systems and human reservoirs.
Who should attend? This City & Guilds Accredited Landlords Legionella Risk Assessment for Domestic Hot & Cold Water Systems training course is designed for landlords, letting agents, or their designated third party, who have a basic knowledge of water systems but who need to understand the requirements for legionella control including the legal duties in respect of their residents, guests, tenants and customers. This requirement is in accordance with the Approved Code of Practice L8, ‘The control of legionella bacteria in water systems’ and the guidance contained within HSG274 Part 2 ‘The control of legionella bacteria in hot and cold water systems’.