SHEA Water Passport Training Course

This provides basic health, safety and environmental awareness training for people who are working on water industry sites and construction projects. It is usually requested by water companies such as United Utilities and Severn Trent Water that their contractors should obtain this passport to work on their sites. It is ideal for contractors who are not usually working on construction sites because it give them Construction Skills Certification Scheme accreditation (CSCS)  which makes it easier for them to get on water companies construction sites managed by Principal Contractors.

In-House Courses
For groups of four or more people it is usually more suitable to arrange an ‘in-house’ course delivered at your own premises. This is the more efficient and cost effective method for your staff.

To make a booking email Peter on and see if we can help you.

Peter Bradley has over 20 years experience in working in the water industry, many of those years were as HSE Manager with United Utilities. To see further details have a look at the About Us page.

Maximum number of delegates
In-company courses can be arranged for a minimum of 4 people and accommodate a maximum of 12. One course can be held in one day.

Course Content
To see the detailed course content have a look at the Frequently Asked Questions page or alternatively download the SHEA-Water-Passport-Course-Information-Sheet.

Examination and Assessment
A multiple choice examination paper is taken comprising between 40 and 60 questions. The pass mark is set at 80%.

The delegate who successfully completes the course will receive a ‘Cover Note’ that is valid for 45 days, the formal SHEA Water Passport Card can take 5 weeks for delivery.

Awarding and Examination Board
Energy and Utility Skills – the sector skills body for the UK water industry.

Important Information
All delegates need to bring a form of photo identification, this can include a Passport or Driving Licence. Maps for Winwick Leisure Centre Warrington.

Recommended Supporting Course
National Water Hygiene Card.

Detailed information can be found on the SHEA Water Training Course website.