Duration:5 Day Course
Price:For the latest pricing information please call 0800 876 6708.
The course is designed to give candidates an understanding of the key features and technology involved in pipe sewer classification work.
Re-sit available on the Thursday of each Course (Subject to Availability)
To provide persons with little or no experience with an opportunity to devote their attention to the important features and technology of pipe sewer classification work.
Who would Benefit:
Trainee CCTV Survey Team Leaders/Rig Managers, Quality Controllers and those with little or no experience of classifying pipe sewer condition to the WRc Manual of Sewer Condition Classification - 4th edition.
- The need for, and role of sewer condition classification
- The manual of Sewer Condition Classification 4th edition
- The key features of the various categories of pipe sewer
- How to recognise and code: structural conditions; service conditions; construction features; miscellaneous details
- Pre-examination assessment test
The WRc Manual of Sewer Condition Classification - 4th edition is supplied as part of the course. A good quality colour monitor and playback facility (VHS) capable of resolving a minimum of 250 lines and having a good 'pause' facility, complete with all leads, must be brought.
The examination papers are processed and analysed by a panel including a representative from the National Sewerage Association. Candidates will be awarded a certificate if they satisfactorily complete a pipe survey to the standard laid down by the Water Industry in the WRc Manual of Sewer Condition Classification - 4th edition.