New training module makes water treatment crystal clear

New training module makes water treatment crystal clear

Published: 11-05-2016

  • New online water treatment course
  • 20 minutes to complete
  • Covers all areas of water treatment including legislation and method

We have launched a new online training module, geared towards the importance of water treatment for domestic heating and hot water systems.

The new e-learning module looks at the importance of clean heating systems as well as how to ensure a system complies with the UK Building Regulations.

The course, which concludes with an assessment, takes just 20 minutes to complete on a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone and covers the following areas:

  • The need for water treatment
  • Standards, legislation and regulatory bodies
  • Common central heating problems
  • Diagnostic measure
  • Water treatment methods

The water treatment module is just the latest in a range of training courses available via our online training academy, designed to give you an interactive platform on which you can explore specific topics in detail and hone your industry knowledge.

To register for our Online Training Academy, or for more information on water treatment, click here.


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