BPEC Water RegulationsBPEC
Candidates will be issued with course documents from BPEC four weeks before the course begins and must spend time studying these documents if they are to pass the exam.A one day course where candidates must pass an examination.
Teaching is delivered through lectures and demonstrations.
Course Leader profile
Locally trained apprentice plumber with 39 years in the plumbing and heating trade. I started my plumbing career as an apprentice working for a company within the Calder Valley Halifax. After qualifying I worked for another local company obtaining contacts all over the country. I have been self-employed for a number of years having my own business and employing plumbers and apprentices. We have worked on installation, repair and servicing of plumbing, heating and gas systems in domestic, commercial and industrial premises. Having worked for over 30 years in the trade and on the tools I had the opportunity to become a qualified teacher to pass on my knowledge and experience onto prospective students wishing to join the plumbing and heating trade. It is good practice to invest in people coming into the plumbing industry after all it is our future to train qualified and competent tradesman.
Applicants must be working as practicing plumbers and hold a level 2 qualification.
No interview required. Please complete a short application form to register your interest. Admissions will contact you prior to enrolment.
Questions & Answers
How is the course assessed?
Candidates must pass an open book question paper, part 1 and 2, with an 80% minimum pass mark in both.
Are there any opportunities for progression?
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During Your Study
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- Attendance: Part-time (day)
- Start Date: Week beginning 4 september
- Hours per week: 7 hours (one day course)
- Days: Mon-Fri
- Start Time: 8.30 am
- End Time: 5.00 pm
- Duration: 7 hours (one day course)
- Course Fees: £160. (The course fee quoted is last years fee, the fee for the academic year 2013/14 will be confirmed shortly) Full Cost Recovery Courses do not attract any funding and therefore the full cost of the fees are payable by the student irrespective of their circumstances.
- Venue: Calderdale College
- Faculty: Construction & Technology
- Department Manager: Andrew Barnes
- Level: Level 3
- Qualification Name: Water Regulations Course
- Awarding Body: BPEC
- Course Contact: Stephen Baitscheff (608)
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