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All training courses have been licensed from the North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT), and adapted by the ASTT for Australian professionals.

Sewer Laterals Good Practices

This course offers a clear understanding of the problems and relevant issues unique to the private lateral portion of the collection system network, explains available options for inspection, evaluation and repair of sewer laterals and address the financial and legal issues that affect the means by which necessary work can be accomplished.

Best suited to council, utility and government employees, civil and geotechnical engineers, beginner installers, and young professionals working in the trenchless installation subsector.

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Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) Good Practices

A unique opportunity for you to learn the key elements of a successful HDD project from planning to job completion, as well as to meet with a number of HDD specialists in the field who can help answer your questions and concerns not outlined in the course agenda.

Best suited to council, utility and government employees, civil and geotechnical engineers, beginner drillers, and young professionals working in the trenchless installation subsector.

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Trenchless Methodologies for New Installations – An Introduction

This course provides an introduction and overview of commonly used, as well as new, trenchless installation methods for the accurate installation of new utilities, services, casings, or other underground facilities.

The course opens with a simple definition of trenchless technology plus a summary of the proven benefits of a trenchless approach compared to a traditional trenched approach and a summary of the common methods. It then moves into common requirements for trenchless projects and pre-construction investigations critical to the success of most trenchless techniques.

The range of trenchless technologies are then broadly described individually, with guidance for how it works, pro’s and con’s of the technique, working ranges and limitations. The equipment, options, usage tips and difference between success and loss are further explained through the use of practical case studies.

Best suited for those new to the trenchless industry looking for a high level introduction to the wide range of possibilities; students; site engineers; project controls members; management teams; capital works / asset planning and investment teams.

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