Rainwater

BPEC Level 3 Award in the Installation and Maintenance of
Water Harvesting and Re-Use Systems

Introduction

This is a nationally recognised qualification in the installation and maintenance of water recycling systems. The qualification is developed from the National Occupational Standards and is recognised by the Micro-generation Certification Scheme (MCS) registration bodies as an acceptable qualification to join one of their respective schemes

Course objectives/key benefits

On successful completion of the assessment candidates will be able to demonstrate their competency in the contents of the course

Who is the course aimed at?

The course is aimed at qualified plumbers, water professionals, civic bodies, policy makers, architects, and anyone else involved in the design, specifying or installation cold water systems.

Entry requirements/pre-requisites

Number of years’ experience in relevant subject area, or hold a formal qualification in plumbing or heating engineering.

It would be advantageous (but not essential) to hold a Water Regulations qualification.

Course content

Units

T/602/3109 Know the requirements to install, commission and handover rainwater harvesting and greywater reuse systems

K/602/3110 Install, commission and handover rainwater harvesting and greywater reuse systems

M/602/3111 Know the requirements to inspect, service and maintain rainwater harvesting and greywater reuse systems

A/602/3130 Inspect, service and maintain rainwater harvesting and greywater reuse systems

Course duration

Two days

Training Method

Theory and practical workshop

Assessment

Assessments consist of a combination of practical and theory examinations.

Course Outcome/Qualification

Candidates who successfully complete the assessment will receive a BPEC certificate in rainwater and greywater harvesting.

Materials Provided

Candidates will be provided with a BPEC Rainwater/Greywater Harvesting Manual.

Qualification Code

600/6282/4

Credits

10

Prices

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