As a vital part of the process of successful application of trenchless methods, effective Cleaning , Inspection and Assessment are key. Our courses in Sewer Condition Assessment and Classification, CCTV inspection and use of robotics will deliver enhanced competency in these core area.
CLEANING, INSPECTION & ASSESSMENT
Who should attend this course?
Utility companies, consultant and contractor engineers and technicians working with water mains pipeline inspection and assessment who need a clear understanding of critical aspects related to effective rehabilitation and replacement
Mr Tom Sangster
Chartered Civil Engineer
Key Benefits for
Candidates taking any one of our Cleaning, Inspection and, Assessment courses will come away with a deeper understanding the processes involved, and key considerations when using these technologies and methods. The courses will certify participants in delivering applicable skills working with cleaning, inspection or assessment.
Key Benefits for
For utilities managing water related assets and networks, improved critical understanding of the relevant processes by their site and desk engineers will deliver more effective and informed decision making. Consultants , contractors and other stakeholders offering cleaning, inspection and assessment services can be confident of the professional competency of their staff.
Water Mains Inspection, Assessment & Decisions
This 1 day course examines inspection & leak detection methods for different pipe materials, and data collection & analysis to supports accurate condition assessment. The course concludes with effective risk assessment & asset management options such as rehabilitation & replacement.
This 3 day course follows EN standard 13508-2:2003+A1 on inspection of sewer pipelines, and leads to certification in classification and coding of sewer pipe conditions in accordance with the WRc MSCC (5th ed.) manual.
Sewer Pipe Condition Classification & Coding – Refresher course
This 1 day course gives students who’ve previously taken the full 3 day course and achieved certification an opportunity to refresh their coding skills, update on changes to coding schemes, and renew their certification. This is generally advised after 3 years since last certification.
Sewer Pipe Cleaning, Cutting & Robotics
This 1 day which will familiarize students with a range of available technologies and their uses. It will give instruction in set-up, handling and operational issues, as well as the importance of these parts of the process in sewer pipeline rehabilitation. The course also covers important aspects of health and safety.