Legionella Awareness (Hot & cold water systems)

This qualification is designed for those learners wishing to gain a nationally recognised qualification in legionella awareness.
The objective of the qualification is to support a role in the workplace and is for learners who work in environments where legionella growth is a risk.

It aims to raise awareness in order to prevent waterborne disease caused by legionella bacteria.

This qualification, delivered over one day is made up of two units:-

  • Unit 1: Principles of legionella awareness
  • Unit 2: Understanding the risks associated with legionella in hot and cold water systems

This RQF level 2 qualification is assessed by a learner workbook for each unit that is set by Highfield Qualifications and marked by RCES (UK) Ltd.

This qualification is approved for delivery to learners aged 16+.

 

 

Scheduled Dates Legionella Awareness (Hot & cold water systems)

17/09/2018RCES, Victoria, Cornwall PL26 8LG£135 + vatBook Course
05/03/2019RCES, Victoria, Cornwall PL26 8LG£165 + vatBook Course
04/06/2019RCES, Victoria, Cornwall PL26 8LG£165 + vatBook Course
02/09/2019RCES, Victoria, Cornwall PL26 8LG£165 + vatBook Course
06/12/2019RCES, Victoria, Cornwall PL26 8LG£165 + vatBook Course

Course Summary

HIGHFIELD
Qualification:
Legionella Awareness (Hot & cold water systems)
Duration: 1 day Useful Information:
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