Awareness training and national exam
Hydrosave's training services were born out of the success of our own in-house training programmes, which all our employees undertake. The water hygiene training programme is delivered in order to achieve recognised industry qualifications, furthering an individual's development, and to address the future requirements of water companies.
Using registered invigilators regulated by the Energy and Utility Skills Council, we provide our clients with personnel who can be employed on short term contracts or secondments, to assist with project management and the implementation of business process change and improvement programmes.
Hydrosave are licensed trainers and assessors for checking employee competence, knowledge and awareness of water hygiene. The National Water Hygiene Scheme is administered by the Energy and Utility Skills Register and was introduced in April 2006. The scheme comprises the following modules and is valid for 3 years:
Training can be provided at your offices, or at our training centre in Northamptonshire, and we also ensure all delegates are registered on the EUSR database and issued with a National Water Hygiene card.