City & Guilds accredited
ONE-DAY COURSE: 9.15am – 5pm
Lunch and refreshments provided
Printed delegate materials provided
Those who are responsible for closed systems (including managers, owners, facilities managers and maintenance personnel). Anyone carrying out treatment, routine sampling, testing, and inspections of these systems, including service providers. Those who are considering carrying out their own monitoring work or checking/replacing outside contractors.
Delegates with no chemistry background, to secondary school level or above, should complete W252 Water Treatment Chemistry Foundation before attending this course.
Students are encouraged to bring a sample of a closed system water to be analysed during the course demonstration.
- To give delegates an understanding of what is a closed system.
- To give information on the correct management and chemical control of these systems.
- To explain the importance of monitoring and discuss the options & frequencies that this work needs to be completed.
- Closed System Designs
- Problems associated with these systems
- Chemical treatments-how they work
- Physical non-chemical approaches
- Use of glycol
- Testing & Monitoring
Includes demonstration in the Practical Training Area.
Demonstration on how to undertake the chemical testing required and a discussion on the results and sampling methods required.
60 minute written exam with 70% pass mark. A resit is possible for anyone failing the exam for an additional fee.
6 CPD points awarded.
This course was previously listed as W032 Management and control of closed systems
This course forms part of the Water Treatment Hot & Cold and Closed Systems qualification pathway.
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