Expert LEV Training | Quality LEV Courses | Excellent Pass Rates

OXYL8 are the leading experts in presenting high quality Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV) training courses in the UK.  We have been BOHS Approved course providers for over a decade.

The Tutor, Bill Cassells, is a former HSE HM Inspector, and is a well-respected expert in LEV.  Courses are presented in his well-known engaging and entertaining style.  Our course materials are clear, well laid out and detailed.  Full support is given to delegates before, during and after every course.  As a result, our exam results are simply outstanding.

Courses for 2018/19 include, LEV Examining and Testing (P601), LEV Design Principles (P602), Management and Performance Evaluation of LEV (P604) etc.

For more information, please use the Contact Form (opposite) or call the Tutor on (07970) 754 632.

Follow these links for course dates and venues:

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And … yes … we know it is not actually Easter but – like Elon Musk (of Space-X and Tesla), we have Mars tesla - OXYL8: LEV Training Courses (BOHS Approved)decided, from time to time, to hide some special prizes.

The latest is an LEV Training App.  This will calculate LEV Captor Hood design Velocities etc using Fletcher’s Equations.  The secret ‘Code’ is – in fact a Secret Page.  This page will guide you to the App.  Happy Hunting!

And – if you get stuck – simply contact us via email ….. and we’ll put you out of your misery 🙂



Some LEV concepts can be a little difficult to grasp.  To assist, we have produced some LEV training videos which explain topical issues.

Video 1 – How to Use the PITOT Tube
Video 2 – LEV Fans in Reverse?
Video 3 – How do LEV Captor Hoods Work?
Video 4 – How to Measure Captor Hood Control Distance


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