Water Regulations Training Course
Logic4training’s Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS) course is for heating and plumbing installers who need to gain the knowledge of the Water Regulations (1999).
Logic4training’s Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS) course is for heating and plumbing installers who need to gain the knowledge of the Water Regulations (1999) before applying to join their local Water Industry Approved Plumber Scheme (WIAPS), competent person scheme (CPS) or the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS).
More details on the WRAS Approved Plumber Scheme, which operates in England and Wales, can be found here: Water Industry Approved Plumber Scheme
The cost of the course includes training, assessment, the certification fee and a copy of the WRAS Water Regulations Guide.
WRAS certification is essential for any plumber looking to apply to their local Water Industry Approve Plumber Scheme, a plumbing CPS or MCS registration body.
WRAS training covers the following topics:
- Water regulations; interpretation and definitions
- Materials and substances
- Requirements, design and installation
- Backflow and contamination prevention
- Hot and cold water services
- Flushing devices
- Sanitary appliances, both internal and external
The course is fully recognised by WRAS as meeting their qualification requirements. A WRAS Certificate will be issued by LCL Awards to successful candidates.
To qualify for the WRAS course, candidates should have two years plumbing experience.
The comprehensive WRAS Water Regulations Guide and a workbook is supplied as part of the Water Regulations course.