After developing the original Level 4 Diploma in 2014, alongside CABWI awarding body, Watertrain became one of the first training providers approved to deliver the new Level 4 Certificate in Water Industry Operations and Management.
The new Level 4 Certificate was developed by CABWI and water industry representatives, with the aim of providing operational and management staff with the opportunity to achieve a smaller, more flexible Level 4 qualification, which is still specific to those working, or wanting to work, in the water sector.
Following the success of the original Level 4 Diploma, which has been delivered by Watertrain to learners throughout the UK, including candidates from Northumbrian Water Group, South West Water and Thames Water, the leading training provider is confident that the new qualification will prove popular with busy water industry professionals.
Watertrain explains that the qualification is ideal for new, existing or potential managers whose busy role may limit their ability to successfully achieve the longer Level 4 Diploma.
Suitable for a range of roles, from Network Managers to Engineers, graduate trainees to those in a Level 2 or 3 role looking to progress, the Level 4 Certificate includes a choice of units’ subset from the original Diploma and offers a flexible approach to training; ensuring relevancy to the role and circumstances of individual candidates.
Watertrain has been the leading provider of high-quality technical training and qualification programmes to the water utility sector since 2007. Experts in the development and delivery of nationally accredited qualifications, the company sees its role as helping employers find effective solutions to immediate training needs and longer-term staff development.
For further information on the Level 4 Certificate in Water Industry Operations and Management, contact Watertrain at 03330 431 431 or email@example.com.