A 2 day training course for persons who use, or supervise the use of, high pressure water jetting equipment for cleaning drains, sewers, pipes, culverts, tanks and manholes.

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WJA - Water Jetting Safety Awareness and Drains and Sewers course syllabus.

Course Description

Is the Water Jetting Safety Awareness and Drains and Sewers course accredited by an official body?

Yes, this course is Accredited and certified by  :  The Water Jetting Association (WJA). This means that all training providers advertising their courses on this site must be an approved centre.
In most cases the awarding body (WJA) will audit the centre to ensure the correct standard of teaching. Visit WJA web site

What is the WJA - Water Jetting Safety Awareness and Drains and Sewers course?

Category: Water-Jetting
Level: Beginner

Day 1: Theory - Safety Awareness (SA) is delivered in the classroom,
Day 2: Practical / Hands On - Drain & Sewer Module (DS) covers application skills.

This Water Jetting Association Course is Fully Accredited by City & Guilds of London Institute.

How much is a Water Jetting Safety Awareness and Drains and Sewers course?
As a broker we have a large number of Training Providers who advertise their courses with us. The lowest price we have is £314.60 and the highest price is £314.60

These prices may include Classroom, e-Learning, Distance Learning and In-House (On-Site) options.

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Who is the WJA - Water Jetting Safety Awareness and Drains and Sewers course designed for?

The Drain and Sewer Cleaning Course is designed to give the delegates the knowledge and understanding of the various methods employed to overcome
any difficulties which may be encountered when clearing domestic and industrial drains and sewer systems.

What subjects does the WJA - Water Jetting Safety Awareness and Drains and Sewers course cover?

Key safety awareness issues
Nozzles and jets
Pumps and ancillaries
Operational procedures
Applications and machines
Scope of drain and sewer cleaning applications
Range of cleaning requirements and standards
Jetting equipment – nozzles and ancillaries
Review nozzle principles
Jetting equipment – high pressure hose
Hose used in drain and sewer applications
Bore size and flow capabilities
Jetting equipment – machines
Range of jetting machines used
Pump pressure controls
Water supply/delivery features
Job assessment and planning
Information and assessment
Selection of equipment and manning levels
Safe system of work
Operational procedures
Daily checks
Setting up
Nozzle entry and advance into pipe

How is the WJA - Water Jetting Safety Awareness and Drains and Sewers course assessed?

The assessment to each delegate will be by direct Question & Answering. 

What certificate do I get for passing the WJA - Water Jetting Safety Awareness and Drains and Sewers course?

On successful completion of this course, a City and Guilds accredited Certificate of Training and a Photo ID Card will be issued by the Water Jetting Association.

WJA - Water Jetting Safety Awareness and Drains and Sewers course dates and locations