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Why plumbing training at PROCAT?

People enrol on our plumbing courses for different reasons. Training with PROCAT improves your future earning potential in the plumbing sector. Our dedicated training centre in Essex is the ideal location for enhanced learning in a professional, yet relaxed environment.

We offer a range of plumbing training courses for existing plumbers and heating engineers through our expert trainers, who have over 25 years' industry experience. We build understanding of the subject matter rather than just preparing candidates to pass the exam.

Our modern training centre has over 10,400 sq. feet of training classrooms and purpose-built training bays, kitted out with all the equipment that you will require. The centre provides parking, free refreshments and a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

Courses

BPEC Vented and Unvented Hot Water Systems Refresher

Aim This 1-day course is arranged as a refresher for any heating engineer or plumber whose Vented and Unvented Hot Water Systems Certificate is about to lapse. This course is offered on demand. Course Content The day is spent in a recap of hot water systems and their operating principles and then offers the refresher exam. Pre-requisites Anyone with a Vented & Unvented Hot Water Systems Certificate… (continue)


BPEC Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations 1999

Aim The aim of this 1-day distance learning and college based combination course is to allow plumbers to update their knowledge of this important legislation used in controlling the installation and use of water supply and water fittings. This course is offered on demand. Course Content The course covers the following: Introduction, background and legislation The water regulations Materials and substances… (continue)


BPEC Vented and Unvented Hot Water Systems

Aim This 2-day course is a legal requirement for any heating engineer or plumber looking to fit unvented hot water systems above 15lt capacity. By undertaking this training, you no longer need to contact your local Building Control Officer to approve your work. You will be recognised as being competent to design, install, service and maintain unvented systems and notify on completion of work. This… (continue)


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