WRAS Water Regulations/Water Bylaws

This course is a must for every Gas Engineer and Plumber looking to register with their local Water Industry Approved Plumber Scheme, the plumbing Competent Person Schemes (CPS), or the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS).

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Course Duration1 Day
Learning Hours7 hours
Delivery MethodsClassroom

Course Overview

This course covers the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations 1999 (England and Wales) and the Water Byelaws 2014 (Scotland) and is essential for any operators looking to become approved Plumbers, as well as any Gas Engineers and Plumbers looking to become certified Heat Pump Installers.

Guiding you through this course, our exceptional and experienced trainers will be using theory-based sessions in the classroom to help you get a clear understanding of the Water Regulations 1999 and the Water Bylaws 2014. We will make sure you are well prepared and setup for success. By the end of the course, you will be competent and confident professional. All course materials required will be handed out to you in the beginning of the course.

Professional Prospects

After successful assessment, you will be qualified to become a MCS, WIAPS, or CPS certified installer which is a mark of quality and competence within the industry. Get in touch if you would like guidance on how to register with any of these registration bodies.

Course Breakdown

Course Duration1 Day
AssessmentTheory + Practical
Delivery MethodsClassroom
Locationalmanac.energy, 10 Bruce St, Dunfermline, KY12 7AG, Fife, Scotland, UK
Learning Hours7 hours
QualificationsWRAS Water Regulations/Water Bylaws
PrerequisitesPlumbers, Gas Engineers, Related Experience

Course Syllabus

Training and assessment are broken down into the following sections:

Day 1 - Morning

Learning Hours:

4 hours


  • Interpretation And Definitions
  • Materials And Substances
  • Requirements, Design And Installation
  • Backflow And Contamination Prevention
  • Hot And Cold Water Services
  • Flushing Devices
  • Sanitary Appliances; Both Internal And External
  • Risk Assessment

Day 1 - Afternoon

Learning Hours:

3 hours


  • Online Multiple Choice



Learning Outcomes

  • Interpretation and definitions
  • Materials and substances
  • Requirements, design and installation
  • Backflow and contamination prevention
  • Hot and cold-water services
  • Flushing devices
  • Sanitary appliances (internal and external)
  • Risk Assessment

Next Dates

Please contact us at 01383260002 to make a reservation.

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