Level 2 Award in Legionella Awareness Hot and Cold Water Systems
£125.00 plus VAT
£125.00 plus VAT
The course is designed to ensure a detailed understanding of Legionnaire’s Disease, and how risk management makes sure the disease doesn’t arise in your work place.
This course will enable delegates to understand;
*The history, significance and symptoms of Legionnaire’s Disease
*The basics of how hot and cold water systems work
*How the bacterium gets into water systems, how it multiplies in the systems, and how it goes on to infect people
*How management systems ensure the prevention of illness
*The basics of the legal requirements, and sources of guidance
*Assessing and evaluating the learning
IMPORTANT! How We Deliver This Course:
1. This is a “blended learning” course. Once booked on, we’ll send you some learning materials, questions and other activities to test you! So, delegates need to be prepared to do 2 or 3 hours’ work before attending the classroom session. Followed by…..
2. ...a traditional half-day classroom session will follow, to fill in the gaps and make sure the more tricky bits are understood. Delivered in our usual, highly interactive and engaging style (some delegates might even get a little wet…..!)
Basic literacy, enthusiasm, a willingness to learn and participate.
2-3 hours’ pre-course work, plus one half-day classroom session (09:00 start — 13:30 finish)
An open-response workbook is completed throughout the day to demonstrate the learners knowledge and understanding
£125.00 + VAT per person. Includes tea/coffee, course materials and HABC assessment fees
Richard Mills is a highly experienced former Environmental Health Officer (a job which included Legionella outbreak investigation). As a consultant, Richard has carried out many, many Legionella assessments and helped clients put management systems into place. The RedCat Partnership Ltd has been providing safety training and consultancy in East Anglia and beyond for over 20 years.
For more information or to book please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01603 473732.