Legionella Training

What is Legionella Training?

As well as needing a specialist water compliance company, such as ourselves, to help you manage the risk of Legionella, it is essential that any internal staff who have responsibility for water safety also understand their role and have the appropriate knowledge. Our Legionella training offers this.

Who needs to undertake Legionella training?

Any staff members who have responsibility for conducting risk assessments, for on-going monitoring, for fulfilling a Legionella control plan or for any kind of record keeping should undertake some Legionella training in order to equip themselves with the necessary understanding.

Your responsibilities for Legionella training

ACoP L8 states that those responsible have the “ability, experience, instruction, information, training and resources to enable them to carry out their tasks competently and safely”. They need to know:

  • the risks presented by potential sources of legionella bacteria
  • measures to be adopted and precautions to be taken to protect the people concerned
  • measures to be taken to ensure the control measures remain effective

How we can help

We offer a range of courses, both open courses and in house, suitable for personnel with different roles responsible for water safety. We also offer sector specific training. Our trainers are highly experienced in all areas of Legionella management and deliver the training in a way that is easy to understand, even if you are not technically trained. Our training covers:

  • legislation and guidance
  • Legionella: the disease
  • assessing the risks
  • managing the risk
  • preventing and controlling the risk
  • record keeping
  • responsibilities of suppliers and installers

As well as practical instruction, all delegates will take away a pack containing courses notes and reference documentation as well as a certificate of attendance.


Our next Legionella Awareness Training Seminar(s)

The cost for the seminar is £30+ VAT per person.


Aquatrust Head Office, Cleckheaton.

Wednesday 16 October 2019

Wednesday 15th January 2020

Wednesday 14th April 2020

Attendees to arrive half an hour before course start time.

May we also please request that anyone attending who has a current risk assessment to bring it with them to the training seminar.

To register your interest for any of the above sessions click here.