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Unit Title
Level
Duration
 
Introduction to Legionella legislation and Regulation
2
1 Hour
Description
This unit is aimed at building operators, managers, supervisors and staff with responsibilities delivering a basic understanding of:

Recent cases and press releases
Published data UK and abroad
Prosecutions and the law
Legislation & guidance notes

The unit is normally delivered as part of a 1 day course made from a selection of introductory units that are applicable. This training is internally assessed with a short assessment paper and is internally certified as does not form part of the QCF qualification.
Introduction to Legionella Awareness Microbiology and origins of Legionella
2
1 Hour
Description
This unit is aimed at building operators, managers, supervisors and staff with responsibilities delivering a basic understanding of:

Properties of water
Legionella – properties of
Microbiology in water systems
Biofilms
Multiplication
Routes of infection

The unit is normally delivered as part of a 1 day course made from a selection of introductory units that are applicable. This training is internally assessed with a short assessment paper and is internally certified as does not form part of the QCF qualification.
Introduction to Legionella Risk Assessment
2
2 Hour
Description
This unit is aimed at building operators, managers, supervisors and staff with responsibilities delivering a basic understanding of:

Common faults in cold water system design
Common faults in hot water system design
Content of a good legionella risk assessment

The unit is normally delivered as part of a 1 day course made from a selection of introductory units that are applicable. This training is internally assessed with a short assessment paper and is internally certified as does not form part of the QCF qualification.
Introduction to Legionella record keeping
2
2 Hour
Description
This unit is aimed at building operators, managers, supervisors and staff with responsibilities delivering a basic understanding of:

Monitoring for cold water systems
Monitoring for hot water systems
Content of a good legionella record system

The unit is normally delivered as part of a 1 day course made from a selection of introductory units that are applicable. This training is internally assessed with a short assessment paper and is internally certified as does not form part of the QCF qualification.
Legionella Microbiology and origins of Legionella
2
2 Hours
Description
This unit is aimed at service providers, water hygiene engineers, supervisors and staff working within the water hygiene industry delivering an understanding of: 

Legionella – properties of
Microbiology in water systems
Biofilms
Multiplication
Routes of infection
 

The unit is normally delivered as part of a 1 day course made from a selection of introductory units that are applicable. This training is internally assessed with a short assessment paper and is internally certified. It forms part of the Legionella Control Association (LCA) skills matrix.
Legionella legislation and Regulation
2
2 Nours
Description
This unit is aimed at service providers, water hygiene engineers, supervisors and staff working within the water hygiene industry delivering an understanding of:

Recent cases and press releases
Published data UK and abroad
Prosecutions and the law
Legislation & guidance notes

The unit is normally delivered as part of a 1 day course made from a selection of introductory units that are applicable. This training is internally assessed with a short assessment paper and is internally certified. It forms part of the Legionella Control Association (LCA) skills matrix.
Microbiological analysis
2
1 Hours
Description
This unit is aimed at service providers, water hygiene engineers, supervisors and staff working within the water hygiene industry delivering an understanding of: 

What happens to a sample when it has been delivered to the lab?

The unit is normally delivered as part of a 1 day course made from a selection of introductory units that are applicable. This training is internally assessed with a short assessment paper and is internally certified. It forms part of the Legionella Control Association (LCA) skills matrix.
Compliance with LCA service provider commitments
2
1 Hour
Description
This unit is aimed at service providers, water hygiene engineers, supervisors and staff working within the water hygiene industry delivering an understanding of:

The LCA statement of compliance
Internal procedures for the
allocation of responsibilities
Training & competence
Company control & communication
Record keeping & Reviews
Internal auditing & sub-contractors
Service standards
Membership requirements

The unit is normally delivered as part of a 1 day course made from a selection of introductory units that are applicable. This training is internally assessed with a short assessment paper and is internally certified. It forms part of the Legionella Control Association (LCA) skills matrix.
Adjust Dosing and Control Equipment
2
3 Credits
Description
The NOS with this title requires that the employee demonstrates knowledge and understanding as detailed below (Within the limits of thier responsibility):

1. What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4. What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5. How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6. When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7. Which equipment is installed
8. What resources are required
9. How and where to find the original programme design
10. Where and how to identify control parameters
11. How to verify equipment is working within defined parameters
12. Which chemicals are being dosed
13. Which method of dosing is appropriate for the equipment
14. Which tests can be used
15. How to carry out the test
16. Which parameters apply
17. The company operating procedures for equipment
18. How to adjust equipment
19. What defines malfunctioning equipment and what to do
20. Who the relevant people are.
21. Why it is important to leave the work place tidy

One credit represents aproximately 10 hours of learning, on-site supervised practice, private study and assessment. This course is operated along side in-house training and supervision the ratio of in-house and external training requires discussion and agreement before the unit is undertaken.
Analyse Samples from Water Systems on Site
2
2 Credits
Description
The NOS with this title requires that the employee demonstrates knowledge and  understanding as detailed below (Within the limits of thier  responsibility):

1. What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4. What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5. How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6. When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7. How and where to identify programme design and control measures
8. What tests are to be completed
9. What resources are required and available
10. How to prepare, check, calibrate and use test equipment in accordance with company operating procedures
11. How to identify and report defective test equipment
12. When and how to take action in the event of deviations from resources
13. Why controlled testing conditions are important
14. How to control testing conditions
15. What methods of sample preparation to use
16. What the safe storage methods for test samples that should be used are
17. How to check integrity and identity of samples
18. How to prepare and test samples in accordance with company operating procedures
19. How to calculate test results in accordance with company operating procedures
20. Why it is important to clean, store and maintain any equipment and materials that are to be re-used
21. What documentation to use and why it is important to complete it accurately and legibly
22. What methods to use for the safe disposal of materials and waste
23. How to present the test result information and who the relevant people are
24. Why it is important to leave the workplace clean and tidy

One credit represents aproximately 10 hours of learning, on-site  supervised practice, private study and assessment. This course is operated along  side in-house training and supervision the ratio of in-house and external  training requires discussion and agreement before the unit is undertaken.
Carry Out Remedial Works to Water Systems
2
4 Credits
Description
The NOS with this title requires that the employee demonstrates knowledge and understanding as detailed below (Within the limits of thier responsibility):

1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2.What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3.What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4.What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5.How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6.When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7.What your own limitations are
8.What to do if work is outside of your limitations
9.How to Identify the nature of remedial work to be completed
10.Company standard operating procedures with regard to the work involved
11.The job information essential to the job completion
12.How to identify the component(s) required
13.What preparatory work is required for the installation of components
14. What tools and equipment are required to complete the work
15.How to identify defective tools, equipment, or materials and the action to take
16.How to complete the engineering remedial works in accordance with company operating procedures
17.How to deal with contingencies
18.What documentation is required
19.How to complete documentation legibly
20.Who to provide the documentation to
21.What disposable waste may be produced
22.How to safely collect and dispose of waste that may be produced
23.Why it is important to leave the work place clean and tidy

One credit represents aproximately 10 hours of learning, on-site  supervised practice, private study and assessment. This course is operated along  side in-house training and supervision the ratio of in-house and external  training requires discussion and agreement before the unit is undertaken.
Carry Out Water System Survey
2
2 Credits
Description
The NOS with this title requires that the employee demonstrates knowledge and understanding as detailed below (Within the limits of thier responsibility):
 
1. What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4. What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5. How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6. When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7. Who has requested the survey and why
8. The survey programmes and company procedures to be followed
9. How to identify what samples and tests are required by the survey programme
10. What resources are required for the survey
11. What equipment can be selected and what is required
12. How to identify defective equipment and the action to take
13. How to complete any sampling and on-site tests in accordance with the survey programme
14. How to complete the survey datasheets that are relevant to the survey being carried out
15. How to obtain the information required by the survey datasheets
16. What company documentation has to be completed
17. Why it is important to leave the work place tidy
18. Who the relevant person(s) are
19. How to get the information/samples to the relevant person(s)

One credit represents aproximately 10 hours of learning, on-site  supervised practice, private study and assessment. This course is operated along  side in-house training and supervision the ratio of in-house and external  training requires discussion and agreement before the unit is undertaken.
Compare Test Results of Water System Samples
2
2 Credits
Description
The NOS with this title requires that the employee demonstrates knowledge and understanding as detailed below (Within the limits of thier responsibility):
 
1. What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4. What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5. How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6. When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7. Where to find the relevant defined control limits for the water system tested
8. What corrective action to take to establish required relevant water conditions
9. How to compare results
10. What documentation to use and why it is important to complete it accurately and legibly
11. The company operating procedures
12. What regulations and guidelines apply
13. Your limitations and company policy relating to this
14. Who the recipient is
15. The importance of leaving the work area clean and tidy

One credit represents aproximately 10 hours of learning, on-site  supervised practice, private study and assessment. This course is operated along  side in-house training and supervision the ratio of in-house and external  training requires discussion and agreement before the unit is undertaken.
Create Water System Diagrams
2
4 Credits
Description
The NOS with this title requires that the employee demonstrates knowledge and understanding as detailed below (Within the limits of thier responsibility):

1. What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4. What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5. How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6. When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7. Who has requested the system diagram and why
8. The format and presentation method required
9. The presentation methods available to you
10. The survey programme and company procedures to be followed
11. What survey procedures are available
12. Which regulations & guidelines are relevant to the system diagram
13. What to do if there is no defined survey procedure
14. What resources are required for the survey
15. What access equipment can be selected and what is required
16. How to identify defective equipment and the action to take
17. What the company operating procedures are for recording survey data
18. How to produce the system diagram in agreed format and presentation method
19. Why it is important to leave the work place tidy
20. Who the relevant person(s) are
21. How to get the information to the relevant person(s)

One credit represents aproximately 10 hours of learning, on-site supervised practice, private study and assessment. This course is operated along side in-house training and supervision the ratio of in-house and external training requires discussion and agreement before the unit is undertaken.
Dose Chemicals to Water Systems
2
3 Credits
Description
The NOS with this title requires that the employee demonstrates knowledge and understanding as detailed below (Within the limits of thier responsibility):

1. What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4. What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5. How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6. When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7. What the company operating procedures are
8. How to ensure a method statement has been completed and if not what should be done
9. How to handle chemicals
10. How to deal with chemical spills
11. Who to contact when there are emergencies
12. Where to find the programme design
13. How to use a programme design
14. What chemicals to use and where to get them
15. What equipment is required for the dosing method
16. What resources are required
17. How to operate dosing equipment
18. Who to report failed equipment to
19. How to clean and store dosing equipment
20. How to complete company documentation
21. How to dispose of chemical drums
22. How to dispose of any waste materials
23. How to clean up chemical spills
24. Why it is important to clean, store and maintain any equipment and materials that are to be re-used

One credit represents aproximately 10 hours of learning, on-site supervised practice, private study and assessment. This course is operated along side in-house training and supervision the ratio of in-house and external training requires discussion and agreement before the unit is undertaken.
Monitor Water System Cleaning Operations
2
4 Credits
Description
The NOS with this title requires that the employee demonstrates knowledge and understanding as detailed below (Within the limits of thier responsibility):

1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2.What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3.What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4.What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5.How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6.When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7.The different types of water system cleaning operations
8.Problems encountered in the systems
9.Water chemistry and microbiology applicable to water system cleaning operations
10.What relevant standards and guidelines apply
11.Company operating procedures relating to monitoring water system cleaning operations
12.Where to obtain the test programme
13.How to follow a testing programme
14.How to convert test results into control factors
15.How to compare control factors against control limits
16.The range of potential corrective actions that may be employed
17.The corrective actions that can be taken within the limits of your responsibility
18.How to progress corrective actions outside of the limits of your responsibility
19.Who to report the information to
20.What documentation to use
21.How to complete the documentation
22.Who the relevant people are
23.How to provide the documentation

One credit represents aproximately 10 hours of learning, on-site supervised practice, private study and assessment. This course is operated along side in-house training and supervision the ratio of in-house and external training requires discussion and agreement before the unit is undertaken.
Monitor Water Treatment for Closed Water Systems
2
4 Credits
Description

The NOS with this title requires that the employee demonstrates knowledge and understanding as detailed below (Within the limits of thier responsibility):

1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2.What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3.What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4.What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5.How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6.When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7.The different types of closed water systems
8.Problems encountered in the systems
9.Water chemistry applicable to closed water systems
10.What relevant standards and guidelines apply
11.The company operating procedures relating to monitoring water treatment for closed water systems
12.Where to obtain the test programme
13.How to follow a testing programme
14.How to convert test results into control factors
15.How to compare control factors against control limits
16.The range of potential corrective actions that may be employed
17.The corrective actions that can be taken within the limits of your responsibility
18.How to progress corrective actions outside of the limits of your responsibility
19.Who to report the information to
20.What documentation to use
21.How to complete the documentation
22.Who the relevant people are
23.How to provide the documentation

One credit represents aproximately 10 hours of learning, on-site supervised practice, private study and assessment. This course is operated along side in-house training and supervision the ratio of in-house and external training requires discussion and agreement before the unit is undertaken.

Monitor Water Treatment for Domestic Water Systems
2
4 Credits
Description
1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4. What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5. How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6. When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7. The different types of domestic water systems
8. Problems encountered in the systems
9. Water chemistry applicable to domestic water systems
10. What relevant standards and guidelines apply
11. The company operating procedures relating to monitoring water treatment for domestic water systems
12. Where to obtain the test programme
13. How to follow a testing programme
14. How to convert test results into control factors
15. How to compare control factors against control limits
16. The range of potential corrective actions that may be employed
17. The corrective actions that can be taken within the limits of your responsibility
18. How to progress corrective actions outside of the limits of your responsibility
19. Who to report the information to
20. What documentation to use
21. How to complete the documentation
22. Who the relevant people are
23. How to provide the documentation
Monitor Water Treatment for Evaporative Cooling Systems
2
5 Credits
Description

The NOS with this title requires that the employee demonstrates knowledge and understanding as detailed below (Within the limits of thier responsibility):

1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2.What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3.What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4.What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5.How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6.When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7.How to identify the supplier and design of the equipment to be installed
8.How to obtain manuals, design drawings and installation instructions
9.What the company operating procedures are
10.How to identify the water treatment programme and programme design associated with the water treatment equipment
11.How to use the water treatment programme and programme design associated with the water treatment equipment
12.How to arrange a suitable time and date for the commissioning in accordance with company operating procedures
13.What resources are required for the operation
14.How to use any resources that are required
15.How to maintain/service any resources that are required
16.Who to communicate with on site
17.How to agree a start up procedure with site personnel
18.How to start up equipment and prove correct operation
19.What to do if equipment does not operate correctly
20.How to commission the equipment in accordance with company operating procedures
21.The company policy and own limitations with regard to contingencies
22.How to deal with contingencies within the limitations of own knowledge and experience and in accordance with company policy
23.What documentation is needed and how to complete it
24.Who the relevant people are
25.What waste may be produced
26.How to safely collect and dispose of waste that may be produced
27.Why it is important to leave the work place tidy

One credit represents aproximately 10 hours of learning, on-site supervised practice, private study and assessment. This course is operated along side in-house training and supervision the ratio of in-house and external training requires discussion and agreement before the unit is undertaken.

Monitor Water Treatment for Leisure Pools
2
4 Credits
Description

The NOS with this title requires that the employee demonstrates knowledge and understanding as detailed below (Within the limits of thier responsibility):

1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2.What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3.What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4.What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5.How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6.When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7.The different types of leisure pools
8.Problems encountered in the systems
9.Water chemistry applicable to leisure pools
10.What relevant standards and guidelines apply
11.The company operating procedures relating to monitoring water treatment for leisure pools
12.Where to obtain the test programme
13.How to follow a testing programme
14.How to convert test results into control factors
15.How to compare control factors against control limits
16.The range of potential corrective actions that may be employed
17.The corrective actions that can be taken within the limits of your responsibility
18.How to progress corrective actions outside of the limits of your responsibility
19.Who to report the information to
20.What documentation to use
21.How to complete the documentation
22.Who the relevant people are
23.How to provide the documentation

One credit represents aproximately 10 hours of learning, on-site supervised practice, private study and assessment. This course is operated along side in-house training and supervision the ratio of in-house and external training requires discussion and agreement before the unit is undertaken.

Monitor Water Treatment for Steam Generation Systems
2
5 Credits
Description
The NOS with this title requires that the employee demonstrates knowledge and understanding as detailed below (Within the limits of thier responsibility):

1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2.What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3.What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4.What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5.How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6.When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7.The different types of steam generation systems
8.Problems encountered in the systems
9.Water chemistry applicable to steam generation systems
10.What relevant standards and guidelines apply
11.The company operating procedures relating to monitoring water treatment for steam generation systems
12.Where to obtain the test programme
13.How to follow a testing programme
14.How to convert test results into control factors
15.How to compare control factors against control limits
16.The range of potential corrective actions that may be employed
17.The corrective actions that can be taken within the limits of your responsibility
18.How to progress corrective actions outside of the limits of your responsibility
19.Who to report the information to
20.What documentation to use
21.How to complete the documentation
22.Who the relevant people are
23.How to provide the documentation

One credit represents aproximately 10 hours of learning, on-site supervised practice, private study and assessment. This course is operated along side in-house training and supervision the ratio of in-house and external training requires discussion and agreement before the unit is undertaken.
Sample from Water Systems
2
3 Credits
Description
The NOS with this title requires that the employee demonstrates knowledge and understanding as detailed below (Within the limits of thier responsibility):

1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2.What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3.What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4.What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5.How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6.When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7.What are the essential features of a sampling plan
8.What are the procedures for sampling
9.What are the principles of sampling systems
10.The location of sample point
11.What are the purposes of sampling and the specific use to which the sample is to be put
12.What resources are required for the task
13.What equipment should be used for sampling
14.How to identify defective equipment and the action to take
15.The different methods that could be used for sampling
16.Existing standards and guidelines which apply to sampling
17.Why it is important to control sampling conditions and methods for establishing them
18.The impact of different sampling conditions on sample quality
19.What factors can affect sample quality
20.How to compare the conditions of sampling against the sampling plan
21.How to amend the sample plan and deal with problems
22.How to complete documentation legibly
23.What documentation and labelling systems should be used to ensure traceability during sampling
24.What factors influence the integrity of the sample
25.What are the basic principles and techniques of maintaining sample integrity
26.When to clean sampling equipment and materials and dispose of other equipment and materials according to working practices
27.The different ways of transporting, storing and packaging of samples in a stable condition

One credit represents aproximately 10 hours of learning, on-site supervised practice, private study and assessment. This course is operated along side in-house training and supervision the ratio of in-house and external training requires discussion and agreement before the unit is undertaken.
Utilise Record Keeping Systems
2
2 Credits
Description
The NOS with this title requires that the employee demonstrates knowledge and understanding as detailed below (Within the limits of thier responsibility):

1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2.What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3.Who is the site contact
4.The company standard operating procedures
5.What record systems can be used
6.What system is in use for the client involved
7.Where record systems can be kept
8.Where the records are kept for the site involved
9.Why record systems are important
10.What records should be kept to comply with regulations and guidelines
11.What to do if no record system is in place
12.What data is being recorded
13.What data is relevant to the tasks
14.Where to find relevant data
15.How data should be presented
16.How the data should be entered into the record system
17.What data is to be reviewed and how often
18.How to review data
19.What to do if any data is missing or has been incorrectly entered
20.What represents a non conformance and how to report it
21.What documentation should be produced
22.How to complete the documentation
23.Who the relevant people are

One credit represents aproximately 10 hours of learning, on-site supervised practice, private study and assessment. This course is operated along side in-house training and supervision the ratio of in-house and external training requires discussion and agreement before the unit is undertaken.
Work Effectively in a Team
2
2 Credits
Description
The NOS with this title requires that the employee demonstrates knowledge and understanding as detailed below (Within the limits of thier responsibility):

1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2.What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3.What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4.What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5.How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6.When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7.The definition of authority and responsibility within the organisation
8.How to check whether you have the required authority
9.Your personal responsibility in the operation
10.How to check whether others need to be informed
11.How to check that all parties understand what is required of them (if required)
12.The method of work activity planned
13.Why it is important that all personnel understand what is required of them
14.Methods of monitoring the activity
15.How to keep all relevant personnel informed of the progress of the activity
16.What actions could be taken when disagreement occurs
17.How to identify when assistance may be required
18.How to give assistance within your limit of authority
19.Why it is important to give constructive feedback and support in the operation
20.How to give constructive feedback and support within the organisation
21.What methods of communication to use and when to use them
22.Why it is important to deal with problems effectively
23.What typical problems may arise and how to deal with them
24.Who to inform if you cannot solve the problem and/or it is not your responsibility
25.The importance of keeping to agreed time schedules
26.What documentation needs to be completed
27.The importance of completing documentation/records accurately and clearly
28.Who the relevant people are to provide the documentation to

One credit represents aproximately 10 hours of learning, on-site supervised practice, private study and assessment. This course is operated along side in-house training and supervision the ratio of in-house and external training requires discussion and agreement before the unit is undertaken.
Apply a Water Treatment Programme for Closed Water Systems
3
8 Credits
Description
1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4. What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5. How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6. When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7. The different types of closed water systems
8. Problems encountered in the systems
9. Water chemistry and microbiology applicable to closed water systems
10. What regulatory requirements apply
11. Company standard operating procedures
12. Which treatment methods are available and can be used
13. What control measures can be used for the water treatment programme
14. What system conditions are relevant to the water treatment programme
15. How to apply your company’s treatment processes
16. How to interpret schematic diagrams
17. How to interpret survey outputs
18. Efficacy of the treatment programme and regulatory compliance
19. How to follow a performance monitoring programme
20. Which methods for performance monitoring are available
21. What to do if performance is unsatisfactory
22. What corrective actions you can take in accordance with company operating procedures
23. Who to report the information to
24. The range of potential corrective actions that may be employed
25. Which corrective action to follow
26. What documentation to use
27. How to complete the documentation
28. Who the relevant people are
29. How to provide the documentation
Apply a Water Treatment Programme for Domestic Water Systems
3
8 Credits
Description
1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4. What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5. How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6. When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7. The different types of domestic water systems
8. Problems encountered in the systems
9. Water chemistry and microbiology applicable to domestic water systems
10. What regulatory requirements apply
11. Company standard operating procedures
12. Which treatment methods are available and can be used
13. What control measures can be used for the water treatment programme
14. What system conditions are relevant to the water treatment programme
15. How to apply your company’s treatment processes
16. How to interpret schematic diagrams
17. How to interpret survey outputs
18. Efficacy of the treatment programme and regulatory compliance
19. How to follow a performance monitoring programme
20. Which methods for performance monitoring are available
21. What to do if performance is unsatisfactory
22. What corrective actions you can take in accordance with company operating procedures
23. Who to report the information to
24. The range of potential corrective actions that may be employed
25. Which corrective action to follow
26. What documentation to use
27. How to complete the documentation
28. Who the relevant people are
29. How to provide the documentation
Apply a Water Treatment Programme for Effluent Treatment Systems
3
8 Credits
Description
1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4. What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5. How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6. When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7. The different types of effluent treatment systems
8. Problems encountered in the systems
9. Water chemistry and microbiology applicable to effluent treatment systems
10. What regulatory requirements apply
11. Company standard operating procedures
12. Which treatment methods are available and can be used
13. What control measures can be used for the water treatment programme
14. What system conditions are relevant to the water treatment programme
15. How to apply your company’s treatment processes
16. How to interpret schematic diagrams
17. How to interpret survey outputs
18. Efficacy of the treatment programme and regulatory compliance
19. How to follow a performance monitoring programme
20. Which methods for performance monitoring are available
21. What to do if performance is unsatisfactory
22. What corrective actions you can take in accordance with company operating procedures
23. Who to report the information to
24. The range of potential corrective actions that may be employed
25. Which corrective action to follow
26. What documentation to use
27. How to complete the documentation
28. Who the relevant people are
29. How to provide the documentation
Apply a Water Treatment Programme for Leisure Pools
3
8 Credits
Description
1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4. What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5. How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6. When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7. The different types of leisure pools
8. Problems encountered in the systems
9. Water chemistry and microbiology applicable to leisure pools
10. What regulatory requirements apply
11. Company operating procedures
12. Which treatment methods are available and can be used
13. What control measures can be used for the water treatment programme
14. What system conditions are relevant to the water treatment programme
15. How to apply your company’s treatment processes
16. How to interpret schematic diagrams
17. How to interpret survey outputs
18. Efficacy of the treatment programme and regulatory compliance
19. How to follow a performance monitoring programme
20. Which methods for performance monitoring are available
21. What to do if performance is unsatisfactory
22. What corrective actions you can take in accordance with company operating procedures
23. Who to report the information to
24. The range of potential corrective actions that may be employed
25. Which corrective action to follow
26. What documentation to use
27. How to complete the documentation
28. Who the relevant people are
29. How to provide the documentation
Apply a Water Treatment Programme for Potable Water Systems
3
8 Credits
Description
1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4. What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5. How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6. When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7. The different types of potable water systems
8. Problems encountered in the systems
9. Water chemistry and microbiology applicable to potable water systems
10. What regulatory requirements apply
11. Company operating procedures
12. Which treatment methods are available and can be used
13. What control measures can be used for the water treatment programme
14. What system conditions are relevant to the water treatment programme
15. How to apply your company’s treatment processes
16. How to interpret schematic diagrams
17. How to interpret survey outputs
18. Efficacy of the treatment programme and regulatory compliance
19. How to follow a performance monitoring programme
20. Which methods for performance monitoring are available
21. What to do if performance is unsatisfactory
22. What corrective actions you can take in accordance with company operating procedures
23. Who to report the information to
24. The range of potential corrective actions that may be employed
25. Which corrective action to follow
26. What documentation to use
27. How to complete the documentation
28. Who the relevant people are
29. How to provide the documentation
Apply a Water Treatment Programme for Water System Cleaning Operations
3
8 Credits
Description
1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4. What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5. How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6. When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7. The different types of water system cleaning operations
8. Problems encountered in the systems
9. Water chemistry and microbiology applicable to water system cleaning operations
10. What regulatory requirements apply
11. Company standard operating procedures
12. Which treatment methods are available and can be used
13. What control measures can be used for the water treatment programme
14. What system conditions are relevant to the water treatment programme
15. How to apply your company’s treatment processes
16. How to interpret schematic diagrams
17. How to interpret survey outputs
18. Efficacy of the treatment programme and regulatory compliance
19. How to follow a performance monitoring programme
20. Which methods for performance monitoring are available
21. What to do if performance is unsatisfactory
22. What corrective actions you can take in accordance with company operating procedures
23. Who to report the information to
24. The range of potential corrective actions that may be employed
25. Which corrective action to follow
26. What documentation to use
27. How to complete the documentation
28. Who the relevant people are
29. How to provide the documentation
Assess the Performance of Water Systems Programme
3
8 Credits
Description
1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4. What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5. How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6. When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7. What the control parameters are for the treatment programme
8. The performance criteria relevant to parameters involved
9. The different methods for establishing performance
10. The different equipment that is to be used and how to operate it correctly
11. How to establish that equipment is operating correctly
12. The company operating procedures
13. What samples are to be taken
14. How to take and convey samples
15. The different types of tests available and how to complete them
16. Where any relevant performance data can be obtained
17. How to compare data and criteria
18. How to record the outcome of the comparison
19. How to complete report documentation
20. Who requires the report
Carry Out a Review Meeting in the Water Treatment Industry
3
2 Credits
Description
1.Who is the contact(s)
2. The company operating procedures
3. What tasks are being reviewed
4. What data is relevant to the tasks
5. Where to find data
6. What data should be presented
7. How data should be presented
8. Who the relevant people are
9. How the presentation should be provided
10. What changes can be made to the water treatment programme
11. What improvements can be made to the water treatment programme
12. What corrective and/or preventive actions can be taken
13. What timescale the actions can be completed in
14. How actions should be agreed
15. What the next review period is
16. What objectives can be set in accordance with company policy
17. What documentation should be produced
18. How to complete the documentation
Carry Out Legionella Risk Assessments and Reviews
3
11 Credits
Description
1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4. What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5. How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6. When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7. Which water systems should be risk assessed
8. Which water systems provide a reasonably foreseeable risk of exposure to legionella bacteria and when
9. Your own limitations of competence with regard to knowledge and experience
10. The requirements regarding schematic diagrams and asset registers
11. What information from the risk assessment should be included in the written scheme
12. Where to find expert advice & guidance
13. How to complete a legionella risk assessment
14. What preparatory are actions required
15. What resources are required for a risk assessment to take place
16. What information sources are available
17. How to deal with matters of immediate concern
18. The required content of a written scheme
19. Emergency procedures required in the event of legionella outbreak
20. Management structure requirements for legionella control
21. How to review maintenance, monitoring and inspection records
22. Control measures that can be applied to the water system involved
23. The treatment process applicable to the water system involved
24. Monitoring efficacy of treatment processes
25. Sampling and sampling standards
26. What records are required for the water system involved
27. How to review & evaluate previous risk assessments/reviews
28. The required content of legionella risk assessments/reviews
29. Why schematic diagrams are required and when
30. The requirements of schematic diagrams content
31. How to assess validity of schematic diagrams
32. How to review & assess training & competence assessment records
33. How to carry out physical condition checks on the water system involved
34. The content of physical condition checks
35. The impact of materials and components on risk
36. The impact of system design and operation on risk
37. How to evaluate risk of exposure to legionella bacteria
38. Possible corrective actions that may be employed for the water system involved
39. How to recommend specific corrective actions
40. How to eliminate or reduce risk by implementing corrective actions
41. How to recommend specific control measures
42. How to record the evaluations, reviews & condition checks
43. How to carry out a risk assessment/review
44. What to do with the results of the risk assessment/review
45. How to identify the relevant people
Commission Water Treatment Equipment
3
4 Credits
Description
The NOS with this title requires that the employee demonstrates knowledge and understanding as detailed below (Within the limits of thier responsibility):

1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2.What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3.What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4.What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5.How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6.When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7.How to identify the supplier and design of the equipment to be installed
8.How to obtain manuals, design drawings and installation instructions
9.What the company operating procedures are
10.How to identify the water treatment programme and programme design associated with the water treatment equipment
11.How to use the water treatment programme and programme design associated with the water treatment equipment
12.How to arrange a suitable time and date for the commissioning in accordance with company operating procedures
13.What resources are required for the operation
14.How to use any resources that are required
15.How to maintain/service any resources that are required
16.Who to communicate with on site
17.How to agree a start up procedure with site personnel
18.How to start up equipment and prove correct operation
19.What to do if equipment does not operate correctly
20.How to commission the equipment in accordance with company operating procedures
21.The company policy and own limitations with regard to contingencies
22.How to deal with contingencies within the limitations of own knowledge and experience and in accordance with company policy
23.What documentation is needed and how to complete it
24.Who the relevant people are
25.What waste may be produced
26.How to safely collect and dispose of waste that may be produced
27.Why it is important to leave the work place tidy

One credit represents aproximately 10 hours of learning, on-site supervised  practice, private study and assessment. This course is operated along side  in-house training and supervision the ratio of in-house and external training  requires discussion and agreement before the unit is undertaken.
Give Presentations and Demonstrations in the Water Treatment Industry
3
2 Credits
Description
1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4. What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5. Where the presentation or demonstration will take place
6. What is to be presented or demonstrated
7. What your own limitations are
8. What to do if the content of the presentation or demonstration is outside of your limitations
9. What risks may be involved with giving the presentation or demonstration
10. How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
11. When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
12. Who the attendees are
13. The objectives of the presentation or demonstration
14. How to assess learning needs
15. What previous knowledge and experience the attendees have
16. What task is to be presented or demonstrated
17. What resources are available
18. What resources are to be used
19. How to use the resources
20. What demonstration materials are available
21. What demonstration materials are to be used
22. How to use the demonstration materials
23. How to carry out the task being presented or demonstrated
24. How to instruct attendees
25. Company operating procedures
26. How to confirm that the attendees know what to do or can carry out the particular task
27. What documentation is to be completed
28. How to complete the documentation
29. How to provide the documentation
30. Who are the relevant people
Handle Non Conformances
3
3 Credits
Description
1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4. What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5. How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6. When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7. What represents a non conformance
8. The company operating procedures
9. Who the relevant people are
10. The limits of your knowledge and experience
11. What corrective actions can be taken to resolve the non conformance
12. How to assess the most suitable corrective action
13. Who has the knowledge and experience required to correct a non conformance and how to report the non conformance to them
14. How to identify if no suitable corrective action can be taken and who to report this to
15. The definition of authority within the organisation
16. How to check whether you have the required authority
17. Who has authority if you do not
18. How to initiate corrective actions and how to report to the relevant people
19. How to communicate the requirement for corrective actions to the authorised person
20. How and where to record corrective actions taken
21. How to monitor the progress of corrective actions
22. How to record the completion of corrective actions
23. What improvement actions are and how they are taken
24. How to assess improvements that can be made
25. The limits of your responsibility with regard to improvement of company operating procedures
26. How to report improvements for initiation
Install Water Treatment Equipment
3
4 Credits
Description
1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4. What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5. How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6. When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7. How to identify the supplier and design of the equipment to be installed
8. How to obtain manuals, design drawings and installation instructions
9. What sub contractor services are required and how they will be provided
10. What are the company operating procedures
11. What resources are required
12. How to use any resources that are required
13. How to maintain/service any resources that are required
14. Who to communicate with on site
15. How to agree a shut down/start up procedure with site personnel
16. How to install the water treatment equipment in accordance with installation instructions, method statement and company procedures
17. The company policy and your own limitations with regard to contingencies
18. How to start up equipment and prove correct operation
19. What to do if equipment does not operate correctly
20. How to arrange for commissioning of the equipment in accordance with company operating procedures
21. What documentation is needed and how to complete it
22. Who the relevant people are
23. What waste may be produced
24. How to safely collect and dispose of waste that may be produced
25. Why it is important to leave the work place tidy
Maintain Health, Safety and Environment in Water Management
3
3 Credits
Description
1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are in accordance with regulatory requirements
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4. What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5. What are the consequences to you and to others of not following health and safety and environmental requirements
6. How and when to complete a work task risk assessment in accordance with company standard operating procedures
7. When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
8. How to produce a site specific method statement
9. What action to take if there are health and safety and environmental problems within the workplace
10. What to do if there is a problem with portable appliances
11. Why it is important to maintain the work environment to minimise risk
12. The principles of safe manual and mechanical handling
13. The principles and methods of safe access
14. What safe access equipment should be used
15. When and how to ensure that equipment is in safe working order
16. The different ways to inform personnel about changes to procedures and requirements
17. When and why it is necessary to wear personal protective equipment (PPE)
18. How to obtain and select appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE)
19. What are the relevant first aid procedures and how to ensure they are followed
20. How and why accidents, incidents and hazards should be reported
21. Why certain data should be protected
22. How self and others should respond in an emergency situation
23. Why it is necessary and how often it is required to carry out a safety audit
24. The different things that need to be checked in a safety audit
25. What events constitute or can result in an environmental hazard
26. The different types of environmental hazard controls and when and how to use them
27. What documentation should be completed and who the relevant people are
Prepare, Produce and Present Quotations and Tenders for the Water Treatment Industry
3
3 Credits
Description
1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. The company procedures relevant to the preparation, production and presentation of quotations and tenders
4. Where to obtain the programme design
5. How to use the programme design
6. Where data can be obtained and what other sources are available
7. How to meet the requirements of a tender
8. How to use the output of the data provided
9. What products are provided by others
10. How product quotes supplied by others should be obtained
11. What services are provided by sub contractors
12. How service quotes supplied by sub contractors should be obtained
13. How to use company operating procedures to produce costs and prices
14. What company operating procedures and documentation to use
15. What supporting documentation is available, and when and how to use it
16. Where to obtain any supporting documentation required
17. What methods of presentation are available and the company procedures to use them
18. How to identify tender requirements
19. Who to provide the quotation/tender to
20. What the unique selling points are for the product/service to be provided
21. How to present any unique selling points
22. What products and/or services required for the quotation/tender cannot be provided
23. What to do, in accordance with company operating procedures, if products/services cannot be provided
24. What presentation formats are available and the company procedures for their use
25. How to prepare presentation materials and any other resources required
26. What facilities are required for the adopted presentation method
27. How to arrange for a presentation to be given
28. How to present quotation using the presentation method adopted
Service Water Treatment Equipment
3
4 Credits
Description
1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4. What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5. How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6. When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7. Where to find details of service to be provided
8. Where and how to identify equipment
9. The company operating procedures
10. What resources are required
11. How to use any resources that are required
12. How to maintain any resources that are required
13. How to operate equipment involved
14. How to service and maintain the equipment
15. How to confirm correct operation of the water treatment equipment
16. What the company policy is with regard to contingencies
17. How to report the service results and the documentation needed
18. Who the relevant people are
19. Why it is important to leave the work place tidy
Supervise a Team
3
3 Credits
Description
1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4. What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5. How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6. When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7. The company standard operating procedures
8. What the staffing requirements are for the work activity
9. What the training and skills requirements are for the staff to be used
10. Where to find the records of staff training
11. What the competence requirements are for the staff to be used
12. Where to find the records of staff competence
13. How to review staff competence
14. How to communicate relevant information to staff
15. How to supervise staff and ensure method statements are followed
16. What your responsibilities are in accordance with company standard operating procedures
17. How to deal with problems
18. How to report problems that you cannot solve
19. What are your personal limitations of knowledge and experience
20. What documentation is required
21. How to complete documentation legibly
22. Who to provide the documentation to
23. What waste may be produced by the work activity
24. How and why to safely collect and dispose of any waste that may be produced
25. How and why equipment should be cleaned and stored
26. Why it is important to leave the work place clean and tidy
Evaluate Water Treatment for Evaporative Cooling Systems
4
15 Credits
Description

The NOS with this title requires that the employee demonstrates knowledge and understanding as detailed below (Within the limits of thier responsibility):

1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2.What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3.What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4.What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5.How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6.When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7.The different types of evaporative cooling and humidification systems
8.The principles of operation of the different types of evaporative cooling and humidification systems
9.The impact of atmospheric conditions on operation
10.The limitations of drift eliminators
11.The principles of water treatment regarding the different types of evaporative cooling and humidification systems
12.The health and safety implications of incorrect water treatment
13.The health and safety implications of incorrect system operation
14.Problems encountered in the systems
15.Water chemistry and microbiology applicable to the different types of evaporative cooling and humidification systems
16.What regulatory requirements apply
17.Company operating procedures
18.Which treatment methods are available and can be used
19.What control measures can be used for the water treatment programme for different types of evaporative cooling and humidification systems
20.What system conditions are relevant to the water treatment programme
21.How to apply your company’s treatment processes
22.How to interpret schematic diagrams
23.How to interpret survey outputs
24.How to evaluate the efficacy of the treatment programme and regulatory compliance
25.How to follow a performance monitoring programme
26.Which methods for performance monitoring are available
27.What to do if performance is unsatisfactory
28.The range of potential corrective actions that may be employed for different types of evaporative cooling and humidification systems
29.What corrective actions you can take in accordance with company operating procedure
30.What to do if you cannot take the appropriate corrective action and who to report the information to
31.Which corrective action to follow
32.What documentation to use
33.How to complete the documentation
34.Who the relevant people are
35.How to provide the documentation

One credit represents aproximately 10 hours of learning, on-site supervised practice, private study and assessment. This course is operated along side in-house training and supervision the ratio of in-house and external training requires discussion and agreement before the unit is undertaken.

Evaluate Water Treatment for Process Water Systems
4
15 Credits
Description

The NOS with this title requires that the employee demonstrates knowledge and understanding as detailed below (Within the limits of thier responsibility):

1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2.What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3.What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4.What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5.How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6.When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7.The different types of process water systems
8.The principles of operation of the different types of process water systems
9.The impact of system control on the system operation
10.Drift control and the application of drift elimination
11.The principles of water treatment regarding the different types of process water systems
12.The health and safety implications of incorrect water treatment
13.The health and safety implications of incorrect system operation
14.Problems encountered in the systems
15.Water chemistry and microbiology applicable to the different types of process water systems
16.What regulatory requirements apply
17.Company operating procedures
18.Which treatment methods are available and can be used on different types of process water systems
19.What control measures can be used for the water treatment programme for different types of process water systems
20.What system conditions are relevant to the water treatment programme
21.How to apply your company’s treatment processes
22.How to interpret schematic diagrams
23.How to interpret survey outputs
24.How to evaluate the efficacy of the treatment programme and regulatory compliance
25.How to follow a performance monitoring programme
26.Which methods for performance monitoring are available
27.What to do if performance is unsatisfactory
28.The range of potential corrective actions that may be employed for different types of process water systems
29.What corrective actions you can take in accordance with company operating procedure for different types of process water systems
30.What to do if you cannot take the appropriate corrective action and who to report the information to
31.Which corrective action to follow
32.What documentation to use
33.How to complete the documentation
34.Who the relevant people are
35.How to provide the documentation

One credit represents aproximately 10 hours of learning, on-site supervised practice, private study and assessment. This course is operated along side in-house training and supervision the ratio of in-house and external training requires discussion and agreement before the unit is undertaken.

Evaluate Water Treatment for Steam Generation Systems
4
15 Credits
Description
1.What your personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety in the working area are
2. What your legal responsibility for your own health and safety, and the health and safety of others is
3. What working practices ensure that the working environment is conducive to good health
4. What the approved codes of practice/working practices are and why it is important to follow them
5. How and when to complete a work task risk assessment
6. When specific site requirements are in place and what to do to comply with them
7. The different types of steam generation systems
8. The principles of operation of the different types of steam generation systems
9. The impact of water quality on steam production capacity
10. Steam separation, superheat and deaeration system operation
11. The principles of water treatment regarding the different types of steam generation systems
12. The health and safety implications of incorrect water treatment
13. The health and safety implications of incorrect system operation
14. Problems encountered in the systems
15. Water chemistry applicable to the different types of steam generation systems
16. What regulatory requirements apply
17. Company operating procedures
18. Which treatment methods are available and can be used for the various steam generation systems
19. What control measures can be used for the water treatment programme for the various types of steam generation systems
20. What system conditions are relevant to the water treatment programme
21. How to apply your company’s treatment processes
22. How to interpret schematic diagrams
23. How to interpret survey outputs
24. How to evaluate efficacy of the treatment programme and regulatory compliance
25. How to follow a performance monitoring programme
26. Which methods for performance monitoring are available
27. What to do if performance is unsatisfactory
28. The range of potential corrective actions that may be employed for various types of steam generation systems
29. What corrective actions you can take in accordance with company operating procedure
30. What to do if you cannot take the appropriate corrective action and who to report the information to
31. Which corrective action to follow
32. What documentation to use
33. How to complete the documentation
34. Who the relevant people are
35. How to provide the documentation