BPEC Water Regulations
|Mode of study||Part-time|
|Campus||London Road Campus|
|Start date||28 April 2023|
|Course code||PLR3PWR001 (2223B)|
|Runs on|| Friday |
Who is it for?
This course is for anyone requiring an understanding of the Water Supply Water Fittings Regulations 1999. In particular those wishing to become approved plumbers/contractors. They can then issue a completion certificate or undertake installations that require notification but can self-certificate.
Trainees will need to have some knowledge of the plumbing and water industry, either in the form of a Level 2 or craft certificate or a number of years in the industry with a letter from an approved employer.
What does the course involve?
A pre-course study pack will be sent out 14 days prior to the course commencing, this is for the applicants to complete before attending the session.
This will be marked and any applicant who has not completed will be required to carry out additional training before being allowed on the course.
There is an intense training course on:
Design and installation
Prevention of Cross Contamination
WC’s, Baths, Sinks and Showers.
How is the course assessed?
There are two knowledge assessments which are open book and multiple choice based upon modules covered in the training manual
Upon successful completion of the assessment candidates will gain the BPEC Water Regulations certificate and Competency Card.
Candidates who complete and are awarded with the competency certificate and card, will then meet the eligibility criteria to undertake Hot Water Storage systems
What do I do next?
If you meet the entry requirements for this course, please use the Register my Interest or Apply Now buttons or contact Part-time Admissions on 01743 342333 to organise enrolment. If you are still undecided about the course most suitable for you, please drop in to one of our Advice Events, ring Part-time Admissions on 01743 342 333, use our Live Chat facility or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fees stated are for enrolment for the current academic year only. Courses which run for 2 or 3 years will be subject to further fees and possible price increases each year.
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