Drain repair course to take place in June

WRc has announced the dates for its next two-day “Essentials for Managing Drain Repair” course: 6 and 7 June 2017, at WRc in Swindon.

The aim of the course is to improve understanding of the cost-effective use of this key maintenance discipline. It examines the investigation and repair of private drains and sewage treatment systems and identifies the key decisions in selecting the most appropriate and cost effective repair techniques.

• Understand how and why drains fail and when a repair is required.
• Gain the confidence needed to ensure the outcome is acceptable to insurers.
• Share knowledge with similar colleagues about experiences and how to best to manage drain repairs.

The course is Energy and Utility Skills accredited and each successful delegate will receive an officially recognised certificate to show their professional competency in Drain Repair Management. Each delegate will also be registered on the EU Skills Register of Professional Training.

Delegates will receive a copy of the 4th edition of The Drain Repair book, which both updates and adds content to the previous edition so that it remains a ‘living document’.

For more information go to www.wrcplc.co.uk or contact Rebecca Dowson (Rebecca.dowson@wrcplc.co.uk, tel: 01793 865098).

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