This course is required by water companies who need access to potable water sites & installations. The aim of the course is create awareness and provide an understanding of the need for good hygiene when working with potable water. This course outlines methods in which to prevent water contamination. This course is designed for managers, supervisors & operatives who are working with potable water.
- Ways in which potable water can be contaminated
- Responsibilities of individuals to prevent the pollution of water
- How the safety of water can be maintained by good hygiene practices
- An explanation of how the scheme works
Multiple choice examination - 25 questions
National Water Hygiene Card accredited by EUSR (Energy & Utility Skills Register) which is valid for 3 years
If you are unemployed and seeking work, you may be eligible for funding from the Department of Social Protection to cover all, or some of the costs of your training. (means depending, you may be entitled to up to €1000).
Candidates who wish to avail of this must make an appointment with a case officer in their local Intreo office, discuss their case & apply for funding. The candidate will receive a funding application form which they must sign & bring/post to us. Upon completion, we will send this back to the case officer who will then review the funding application.
Upon receiving funding approval in the post from the Department of Social Protection, candidates must then call us to reserve a place on our course. We cannot confirm a place on our course until funding approval is gained.
If employed within the private sector or are a sole trader, there may also be funding assistance available through Skillnet funding. Skillnet may fund a percentage of your training, if eligible. For more details on this, please contact us on 074 91 27786.