The Grant Training Academy is also a Logic Certification Approved Centre offering a range of their Logic course packages.

Logic Courses

WATER REGULATIONS ADVISORY SCHEME (WRAS) CERTIFICATE

Duration: 1 day

Cost: Contact the Grant Training Academy

This course is intended for qualified plumbers who are either looking to improve their knowledge of the Water Regulations 1999 or who wish to join their local authority Water Industry Approved Plumber Scheme, one of the plumbing Competent Persons schemes, or the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS).

The training includes interpretation and definitions, material and substances, requirements, design and installation, backflow and contamination prevention, hot and cold water services, flushing devices and sanitary appliances.

The course includes a comprehensive guide to the Regulations and a workbook. The certificate is awarded following successful completion of a written (multiple choice) assessment.

Pre-requisites: candidates should have a minimum of two years plumbing experience.

HOT WATER SYSTEMS AND SAFETY (INCLUDING UNVENTED HOT WATER)

Duration: 1 day

Cost: Contact the Grant Training Academy

This course is aimed at experienced plumbers and heating operatives who require a qualification in the installation, servicing and maintenance of domestic hot water systems. This course has been developed to ensure operatives comply with the requirements of Approved Document G when working on hot water systems. It includes the installation of Unvented Hot Water Systems up to 500 litres and 45kW power input in accordance with G3.

This qualification is recognised by those Competent Persons Scheme approved to offer a self-certification scheme, enabling installers to self-certify their hot water installations.

The certificate is awarded following successful completion of both a practical and written assessment.

Pre-requisites: candidates should be experienced in the installation of domestic cold and hot water systems. They should also hold a recognised competency in a conventional fuel (eg. gas, oil or solid fuel) or, for plumbers, an NVQ Level 2 or equivalent plumbing experience.

 

 

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