Date: 28th 29th OCTOBER 2021
8:30am For PROMPT START 9.00am – 4:30pm
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This long-established two-day course is designed for those companies or individuals who want to progress and expand on the Kitchen Extract cleaning side by adding Air Conditioning systems to their portfolio.
This means you can become competent not only to LPS 2084 guidelines but also BSEN 15780 & EC852:2004 Quality Standard regulations. The course includes training to enable the delegate to be able to certify work carried out to produce a certificate.
This hands on and technical course covers cleaning both the supply and extract air conditioning systems, to BS15780 & LPS 2084, including kitchen extracts to TR19 Edition 2 guidelines. All components of a system from inlet to outlet louvres, dampers, AHUs, air turning vanes, fire dampers, silencers, appropriate access panel locations, access panel cutting, and cleaning techniques using bespoke equipment for ventilation systems are covered on this course. Visual and equipment aids are demonstrated enabling the delegate to gain experience in a real plant room situation. Verification and sampling of systems is demonstrated and explained to ensure cleaning has been carried out to the appropriate standard. All the relevant regulations, standards and guidance documents are explained and issued in a full training pack.
At the end of the course all delegates take an exam which on passing, are issued with a Certificate of competence & ID which enables them to issue an Air Hygiene project certificates to Clients.
The aim of this course is to ensure ductwork cleaning in compliance with guidelines and BS EN 15780 and LPS 2084, EC852:2004 Quality Standard for legal and insurance purposes, NAAD21 & TR19 Guidelines.
The AEME Ventilation Hygiene Course has been independently reviewed, and improved to cover criteria of the National Occupational Standards, including the BSEBSE01, BSEBSE02, and the BSEHV11 – the National Occupational Standards for Cleaning Industrial and Commercial Ventilation Systems.
Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to:
The fee for the course includes the following items:
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No previous experience required, for all levels as a beginner or a brush up on techniques for those already involved in the industry.