legionella risk assessment

Legionella Risk Assessment Training

Theoretical and practical legionella guidance.

Stroma Certification run a one-day Legionella Risk Assessment Training (HABC L2 Award in Legionella Awareness (Hot & Cold Water Systems) ((QCF)) course, awarded by Highfield Awarding Body for Compliance (HABC). It offers applicants an introduction to legionella Health & Safety legislation and how it relates to domestic property assessments.

Legionella Risk Assessment Training (HABC L2 Award in Legionella Awareness (Hot & Cold Water Systems) (QCF)) is a complementary course to Stroma Certification’s Inventory Training which covers the background in a key area covered as part of the property assessment professional’s role.


Complete the Legionella Risk Assessment Training (HABC L2 Award in Legionella Awareness (Hot & Cold Water Systems) (QCF)) and improve your inventory competence in the provision of vital, domestic property assessment services. You can also join Stroma Certification’s Legionella Certification scheme and gain membership of a fully audited legionella scheme. As a certified legionella assessor you can help landlords and estate agents to more effectively manage their building envelope.

Applicants will receive the HABC L2 Award in Legionella Awareness (Hot & Cold Water Systems) (QCF) following successful completion of the course. Read full course details about the HABC Legionella training.

Live software demonstrations

Complete the legionella training with Stroma Certification to receive a HABC qualification in Legionella Awareness. This qualification is delivered alongside risk assessment methodology and software training CPD which aids assessors with the competence to carry out legionella risk assessments on domestic properties.

Stroma Certification will offer live demonstrations of our Legionella software throughout the Legionella Training course. Stroma’s Legionella software is produced especially for legionella risk assessors in the domestic private rental market. You’ll be guided through the specific legionella forms used for assessments to ensure you can provide competent legionella risk assessments to your customers.

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Course Information

Stroma Certification run the Legionella Risk Assessment Training (HABC L2 Award in Legionella Awareness (Hot & Cold Water Systems) (QCF)) across the UK or at a location of your choosing for groups of four or more individuals.

Applicants who successfully complete the legionella training will receive a QCF accredited qualification in Legionella Awareness. Candidates who pass the course and join Stroma Certification’s Legionella Certification scheme will have their competency reassessed each year to be able to continue their membership.

Legionella Risk Assessment Training structure:

Candidates are required to complete one workbook per module.

Module 1: Principles of Legionella Awareness

  • The health risks associated with legionella bacteria
  • Understanding the legislation and codes of practice supporting the management of legionella bacteria
  • Controlling the risks of legionella bacteria

Module 2: Hot and Cold Water Systems

  • Understanding the risks associated with legionella bacteria in cooling towers and evaporative condensers
  • control the risks associated with legionella bacteria in domestic hot and cold water systems

New course dates added due to popular demand!

Training Fees


Course Duration Course fee
Legionella Risk Assessment Training
(HABC L2 Award in Legionella Awareness
(Hot and Cold Water Systems) (QCF))
1 day £240

Fees exclude VAT.

Please note that all legionella courses require a minimum number of 8 delegates to proceed.
Any under-subscribed dates may be cancelled and in this instance we will endeavour to offer an alternative suitable date.


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