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BPEC WATER REGULATIONS Course Aim Today more and more companies and organisations are specifying that only ?Approved Contractors? should tender and undertake work. Local Authorities, Housing Associations, Health Care Trusts and many Builders and Developers are making ?Approved Contractors? status a pre-requisite. Undertakings are also required to be an ?Approved Contractor?. The Home information Pack which is a legal requirement for people wishing to sell their properties, will also require plumbing certificates and of course many plumbing works now overlap into Building Regulations Work To join a scheme an operative must be competent, have adequate insurance and be knowledgeable on the Water Supply (Water fittings) Regulations 1999. Course Entry Requirements Aimed at learners with little or no previous experience, as well as practicing plumbers with experience in hot and cold water systems, and anyone involved in the installation, design and specification of water systems. No practical work is involved at any stage and no qualifications in Plumbing are required. Although not essential, a good working knowledge of plumbing systems and symbols would be beneficial. Course Content Introduction and background / legislation The Regulations ( a detailed look at the regulations) Materials and substances in contact with water Requirements for water fittings Water system design and Installation Commissioning (flushing, testing, and sterilization) Prevention of cross connection to unwholesome water Backfloor prevention Cold water services Hot water services WC?s, flushing devices and urinals Sanitary appliances and water for outside use. Training Method 3 weeks distant learning (home Study) with 1 day assessment Course Duration 3 weeks distant learning (home Study) with 1 day assessment completed at Chase Tiling Academy

BPEC WATER REGULATIONS Course Aim Today more and more companies and organisations are specifying that only ?Approved Contractors? should tender and undertake work. Local Authorities, Housing Associations, Health Care Trusts and many Builders and Developers are making ?Approved Contractors? status a pre-requisite. Undertakings are also required to be an ?Approved Contractor?. The Home information...

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