Created by potrace 1.16, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2019

Sewer CCTV inspection training delivered in South Africa

WRc specialists delivered its technically-recognised 3-day MSCC5 Sewer CCTV Inspection training course, providing the client’s wastewater engineers and strategy managers with a thorough understanding of sewer pipeline survey and condition assessment.

Delivered

a classroom-based course featuring seven information-packed modules supported by relevant practical examples and a final course assessment

Enabled

the client's delegates to build on essential knowledge and skills, including the best practice requirements and recognised industry standards

Ensured

staff are able to more effectively identify and classify failures, complete compliant reports, and both commission and monitor CCTV inspections

SA Leak

Our client - SA Leak Detection Distributors - provides pipeline specialists with leak detection, utility location, pipe inspection. They utilse the latest in digital leak detection and utility location to increase efficiency and minimize destruction of property, both in finding and repairing pipelines.

The Challenge

The client needed to advance their wastewater teams’ understanding of the assessment of the condition of drains and sewers using CCTV inspection, and develop their professional skills in commissioning CCTV surveys and rehabilitation programmes.

The Solution 

WRc facilitated the delivery of its internationally established and technically recognised three-day ‘MSCC5 CCTV Sewer Inspection’ training course, run by WRc-trained specialists approved by the client. The in-person, classroom-based course features seven, information-packed modules based on requirements outlined in WRc's Manual of Sewer Condition Classification 5th Edition (MSCC5), supported by relevant practical examples and a final course assessment.

The three-day course began with an introduction to CCTV inspection, the background to technical issues in sewers and an overview of condition categorisation (MSCC classification system). It then moved on to coding forms (looking at the essential MSCC requirements for asset data collection) and pipeline condition information (reviewing the essential MSCC requirements for pipeline condition collection). The final two modules covered sewer condition classification codes (the different categories and how they are applied) and manhole codes. The course ended with an assessment in which delegates are required to identify and classify features and defects in drains and sewers.

The Outcome

The course enabled the client’s wastewater engineers and strategy managers to build on essential knowledge and skills, including the best practice requirements for sewer CCTV inspection, how to correctly identify and classify features and defects in drains and sewers, how to correctly complete sewer inspection reports to a recognised international standard, the importance of correctly commissioning and interpreting sewer investigations, and monitoring the quality of CCTV inspection work.

Delegates completed a final assessment in which they were required to identify and classify features and defects in drains and sewers. As well as receiving a course certificate, delegates were provided with electronic and hard copies of the key elements of the course for post-course reference.

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Created by potrace 1.16, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2019

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