Accepta Announces City & Guilds Accredited Water Treatment Courses

The world’s leading water chemical technology specialist is advocating for enhanced environmental awareness with the launch of brand new City & Guilds accredited water and wastewater treatment training courses. Run by Accepta Ltd, the specialised B2B courses are delivered by industry experts and are designed to help attendees increase competence levels and enhance water treatment knowledge.

For businesses looking to boost their profits in 2015 the courses are a fantastic opportunity for employees to up-skill into specialist areas of water and wastewater treatment and offer clients and prospects certified water treatment services. Upon successful completion of a course candidates will receive a City & Guilds certificate that authorises their new skills.

Clive Harding, Accepta’s General Manager said “As global leaders in advanced environmental technology we have a responsibility to educate and inform businesses on how to effectively implement water and wastewater treatment strategies. The City & Guilds accredited training courses do just this and offer attendees the chance to heighten skills, augment understanding and increase efficiencies across the board.”

Targeting both UK and international candidates, the courses are tailored to engineers, facilities managers and water treatment specialists. All content has been developed by an expert team of experienced engineers, chemists, water treatment and training professionals with a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the water treatment sector. Curriculums are built on a highly effective combination of theory, case study review and practical application carried out through a series of classroom and workshop activities.

For candidates requiring a concise introduction to water treatment in domestic, commercial, industrial and process environments AWT 8000 Basic Chemistry of Water & Analysis is a must attend course. AWT 8010 Pre-treatment for Industrial and Process Waters targets anyone responsible for operating pre-treatment water systems while AWT 8020 Boiler Water Treatment and Steam Generation is a definitive course for candidates operating industrial boilers and steam generating plant. AWT 8030 Cooling Water Treatment & Evaporative Cooling Systems and AWT 8040 Water Treatment for Closed Circuit Heating and Cooling Systems focus on operation, maintenance and safety while AWT 8050 Waste Water Treatment offers attendees a complete overview of industrial waste water treatment systems and the regulatory environment for discharge.

For companies with specific needs Accepta offers a bespoke course development service. Here, Accepta’s team of professionals tailor content that meets the exact needs of a client.

Accepta is incredibly flexible and runs the courses at both UK and international training centres. Clients can also choose to host training courses at private premises.  Courses can be run singularly or as a block spread across several days.

Complementing Accepta’s core water treatment and wastewater treatment training courses are a series of other programmes covering a range of areas. These include Legionnaires’ disease and the control of Legionella bacteria, reverse osmosis and membrane technologies including design, plant and operation, water recycling and reuse and water treatment sales and marketing.

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About Accepta: Based in the UK, Accepta is an industry leader in the chemical technology industry and combines innovation and a forward thinking approach to offer exceptional specialist service to the global, environmental, municipal and industrial process markets. Through the combination of world class technical expertise and the development of advanced treatment technology. Accepta is renowned for creating practical and effective solutions to complex issues.