CABWI LEVEL 3 DIPLOMA IN WATER ENGINEERING

  • Author: Cawbi
  • Level: 3
  • Study time: 412 hours
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Course overview
The Level 3 Diploma in Water Engineering is a knowledge-based qualification, that provides learners with the knowledge and understanding to support technical operational activities that they may undertake in the water industry
  • Video time: 40 hours
  • Exams: EPA

What's included?

  • 3001 Understanding water sector organisational structures and how they
    interact
  • 3002 Understanding the chemical and biological characteristics of water and
    wastewater
  • 3003 Understanding water sector construction and operational processes
    related to compliance and the environment
  • 3004 Understanding analytical methods and techniques as applied to water
    sector operations
  • Understanding health and safety legislation for water industry operations
  • 3006 Understanding water sector plant identification, engineering
    maintenance and operation
  • 3007 Understanding employment rights and responsibilities in the energy and
    utilities sector 

Become a Strategist 

You will learn how to develop, organize and implement water network design strategy, analyze and measure the effectiveness of the content, set a strategic framework when planning 

To meet regulatory requirements, all RQF qualifications must be assigned a number of Guided Learning Hours (GLH) and a number of hours for Total Qualification Time (TQT). These figures are assigned to the qualification during the development process, through consultation with industry specialists and training and assessment providers. Guided Learning Hours is an estimate of the number of hours a learner would be expected to spend working towards a qualification, under the immediate guidance or supervision of a provider of education or training (e.g. a tutor, lecturer, supervisor, etc.).

The Qualification GLH is: 180 
The Total Qualification time is: 412
The Credit Value of the qualification is: 41


Personal Best

 You will also learn how to put the ideas presented to you into action and build your own personal Training through practical training either in a control or on site. 

The unit information in section 4 identifies where the use of a Realistic Working Environment (RWE) or Simulation is acceptable. The RWE or simulated activities must be approved by the centre’s EQA before assessments commence.

Phil Barnaby

CEO SGB Water Engineering LTD
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