APHC, your plumbers association and AKW have joined forces to bring to you, the plumbing and heating engineer, a training course specifically so you can learn how to design and install wet room systems which have traditionally been used for assisted living applications, however, they are becoming increasingly popular in the luxury bathroom market.
AKW lead the way in offering innovative showering, bathroom, kitchen and mobility aids and advice to ensure accessibility, design excellence and reliability for flexible modern living. They provide technical support for the Wet Room Design and Installation in Dwellings course which both APHC and AKW partner to deliver. The course also includes installation and practical advice provided by AKW via a mobile wet room training centre.
Module One: Introduction to Wet Rooms
On completion of this self-study module and following attendance on the associated training course, as a plumber you should be able to:
- Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations
- Building Regulations, Part A, B, E, G, H, M
On completion of this self-study module and following attendance on the associated training course, as an installer you should be able to:
On completion of this self-study module and following attendance on the associated training course, as a plumbing contractor you should be able to:
The course currently costs £150 per person (for APHC members) or £200 per person (for non-APHC members). This includes the training, refreshments and lunch.
The course is held at APHC Ltd offices at Unit 12 The Pavilions, Cranmore Drive, Shirley, Solihull B90 4SB.
To view the training course timetable please click here