National Water Hygiene Card Training

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National Water Hygiene Card

Training Options

  • Online – by Zoom
  • E-learning – anytime to suit you
  • At Your Premises
  • Warrington, Cheshire
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Anytime Courses - Self Guided - E-learning

E-learning - Self-Guided. Take the course when you want - where you want.

BENEFITS
Rapid Training
Course can be taken anyday
At your own pace
Cost effective - no loss of work time
No travel costs

Customer Reviews
“Brilliant course very easy to follow.”
Peter Blundell – February 2024 “Easy and quick process to gain my EUSR Water Hygiene blue card, Alison was very accommodating and helped at every stage. Online training was clear and concise.”
Josh Cole – January 2024
“Great course – prompt comms from Alison Bradley who was extremely helpful. Thanks”
Graham Nicol – January 2024
“Good course, gives a few mock question after each segment and if you get it wrong it gives you another go before telling you the right answer if you get it wrong again, you can then review that segment again if you feel the need. All this in the comfy of you own home if desired.”
Martin Howis – January 2024
Your Premises or in Warrington

Located close to the M6 and M62 it is the easy to get to location for training. Many people find that face to face training is the best. It allows two way communication - questions and answers. This course gives you the inside story on how to work with the UK water companies from a tutor who has that experience.

BENEFITS
Interactive Training
Ideal for people who dislike computers
ex Thames Water and United Utilities trainers
knowledgeable tutors

Customer Reviews
“Good course, very good instructor.
Easy to take on board what you are learning by the way it delivered by the instructor, Pete”
James French – October 2023

“Alison was a great teacher and made the course interesting. I enjoyed it thoroughly.”
Michael Caine – Nov. 2022

“This gave me a good awareness of the working environment on clean water sites. It was clear & easy to follow.”
Remo Wloczek – 2022

Online Course - delivered by experienced tutor - via the web by Zoom

Live online course delivered by experienced tutors who are ex-major water companies employees (Thames Water and United Utilities) - via the web by Zoom.

BENEFITS

Regular courses
ex-Water Company Specialists
Interactive
No travel costs
Lowest cost option

Customer Reviews
An informative and enjoyable course, delivered expertly by Peter. Very easy to book and good value for money.”
Omar Tizini – Feb. 2024

“Found that being able to take the National Water Hygiene Test online a massive help as it would have delayed our planned site works by weeks if not available. Full credit to Peter he set up our login information around 7pm in the evening to allow to complete the course in time for the following day”
Nicholas West

“Our company have been using Peter at Achieve Safety for a number of year to train our water board department. Peter has always gone above and beyond to cater for our requirements, and delivered a high standard of training to all our employees”
Lisa Wilcock

We can provide you with the training you need - quickly!

We deliver training courses across the UK in England, Scotland and Wales.

For groups of four or more people it is usually more suitable to arrange a ZOOM course or ‘in-house’ course delivered at your own premises. This is the more efficient and cost effective method for your staff.

We now offer our training courses by Zoom, E-learning, at your premises and also in Warrington, close the M6 and M62.

Ex-Water Company Trainers

Our trainers Alison and Peter are ex-employees of Thames Water and North West Water / United Utilities respectively. They have delivered training to thousands of people in the UK. Alison Bradley is the main trainer on the National Water Hygiene courses and has over 30 years experience in working in the utilities sector, many of those years were with water engineering design and construction contractors including Bechtel Water Technology, MWH and Stantec. Commencing her career with Thames Water as a scientist following her degree in Biology she worked for the National Rivers Authority & Environment Agency and then moved to the design and construction sector for the Water Industry working for many years with MWH and Stantec. She was heavily involved in major capital programmes with United Utilities and Southern Water. For further information see the About Us page.