Learning & Development Associates (L&DA) is a leading training provider to the Water and Environmental Industries.
Since 2016, our team of associates have listened closely to the needs of our industry colleagues to support their learning needs, advance competence and ensure parity of skills through both the design and delivery of higher-level, ProQual accredited qualifications.
Wastewater Treatment Compliance
As Wastewater Treatment compliance now comes under increasing regulatory scrutiny from OFWAT the overall ability of the Water Industry to effectively oversee and manage the Wastewater Treatment process and demonstrate competence of those responsible will likely become increasingly the focus of the public awareness and form a key stand of the regulators investigation.
The recently revised L&DA 10 day Level 5 Management of Wastewater Treatment qualification provides a route to both learn the principles of effective management of Wastewater at Foundation Degree level and to go further and demonstrate competence through a national qualification.
Please call +44 (0) 330 111 3344 if you would like to speak to one of our team or for more information visit our qualification page
Are you a Demand Management or Leakage specialist?
We are looking for Demand Management and Leakage expertise to support training delivery and assessment.
Please contact us for more details.
Water & Waste Water Sector Services
We specialise in the design of bespoke human resource development interventions for the utility sectors.
Learning & Development Associates (L&DA) was formed in 2016 with a vision to bring bespoke company specific training to the Water Sector. We are a group of like-minded senior professionals, who have achieved industry-wide recognition for excellence in our own particular fields of expertise, whilst continuing to serve the learning needs of the industry.
Water & Waste Water Sector Experience
L&DA founded in the UK, has a range of experience in the U.K. market and a background in several international Water markets.
Focussing on people and process L&DA brings its skills and expertise and network to provide advice and direction and interventions to the Industry supporting the wide range of learning needs of the Water Sector.
Water & Waste Water Sector Learning & Development
With our breadth of knowledge and vision, L&DA makes its capabilities available to the sector through specialist design, delivery, project management, assessment and embedment of expertise and advisory services.
We are outcome driven, listening closely to the needs of our Clients, communicating from the outset clearly and concisely with language and terminology common to the Water sector, we understand the market and its current and future challenges and we are committed to providing learning interventions that will support and develop the industry going forward.
- L&DA eNewsletter – April 2022 - Welcome to the latest edition of our eNewsletter At Learning & Development Associates (L&DA) we strive on listening closely to the needs of the water sector to provide advice, direction and intervention through our network of like-minded and experienced senior professionals. Our eNewsletters aim to keep you informed of key news and crucial subjects that…
- Raw sewage discharged into English rivers 375,000 times by water firms - On 31 March 2022 The Guardian reported: “Water companies discharged raw sewage into English rivers 372,533 times last year, a slight reduction on the previous year. The water companies covering England released untreated sewage for a combined total of more than 2.7m hours; compared with 3.1m hours in 2020, according to data released by the…
- Anglian Water, Northumbrian Water, Thames Water, Wessex Water and Yorkshire Water set to be probed - The water industry watchdog has launched an investigation into five firms over “serious concerns” about how they manage wastewater treatment. Ofwat said Anglian Water, Northumbrian Water, Thames Water, Wessex Water and Yorkshire Water were set to be probed. The regulator said it followed data in December that “suggested widespread shortcomings in how water companies were…