This half day training and assessment programme covers topics such as health & hygiene awareness and contamination risks when working on water sites, water treatment or transient works on the water network. Registration on this scheme is a requirement for access to operational and restricted sites. The National Water Hygiene card issued for this scheme is sometimes referred to as the ‘Blue Card’.
All Energy & Utility Skills approved trainers deliver the same training and assessment programme. The training is interactive, with trainer-led activities plus individuals are invited to share and discuss their own experiences with the group.
|Campus / Adult Skills Centre||Colchester Campus|
|Start Date||This course runs a number of times throughout the year. Contact us for the next available dates|
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Courses fees are generally not confirmed for September until June / July due to the above factors.
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