With less than a week until the course kicks off in Auckland, register now so you don't miss out.
Course Leader Blair Telfer works alongside New Zealand ASTT Councillor Steve Apeldoorn at ProjectMax. Originally from Auckland, Blair incorporates a number of high-profile New Zealand case-studies into the course, giving his teachings extra relevance to utility workers in New Zealand.
“This course provides attendees the opportunity for continuing professional development by giving them a broad understanding of the latest technology and tools available for their next installation or replacement project. Attendees will learn about techniques that will allow them to carry out a rigorous option analysis and risk assessment of their projects as well as key area’s to identify to ensure the quality assurance of the Contractor’s work. In the ever-changing, increasingly demanding environment that we live and work in, utility owners and operators need all of the possible tools available to them to maximise their efficiency. This Masterclass gives them these tools.” Blair Telfer, Course presenter, ProjectMax
Valued at $A1,600, you can register today for only $A330, as the Australasian Society of Trenchless Technology is subsidising registrations in order to provide this essential training to councils and utilities.Article continues below…
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New Zealand dates:
- Auckland – 11-12 June
- Wellington – 13-14 June
The course will benefit anyone who works in local government, asset management or the installation of critical infrastructure.
At the ASTT Roadshow 2012 you will learn about infrastructure rehabilitation and installation techniques that will:
- Have minimal social impact from reduced traffic delays
- Have less environmental damage
- Have greatly reduced OH&S risks due to fewer open excavations
- Have greater long term cost-savings for your organisation
- Show the importance of planning and pre-planning before deciding on a method, and how every case needs to be assessed differently based on the job at hand.