New Launch: UNITRACC Module "Coding of Damage (Findings), Causes, and Consequences of Damage"!
Sep 27, 2023
New e-learning module of the course BE-07 Investigation and Inspection of Sewers and Pipelines now available on UNITRACC!
Summary of the Module
Investigation is the first of four basic measures in the context of integral urban drainage and sewerage management. It aims to provide the basis for assessing the performance of drain and sewer systems. The results obtained will serve as proof of complying with due diligence obligations and, in particular, as a basis for planning all operations, maintenance, and rehabilitation activities.
This module builds on the module Application of Coding Systems Using the Example of EN 13508-2 and introduces the process of coding defects for sewers and drains. In great detail, it presents the causes and consequences of defects and, in some cases, the defect mechanisms. It is part of the more extensive online training course BE-07 Investigation and Inspection of Sewers and Pipelines that will launch by the end of 2023.
The e-learning material consists of over 200 pages showing 223 images and 8 videos.
The net learning time is approx. 10,5 hours.
- Application of the EN 13508-2 coding system
- Classifying defects
- Identifying and causes and consequences of defect
- Courses (incl. Certificate): 700 €
- UNITRACC Knowledge Portal for Enterprises: 150 € p/m
Time and Place
- Distance learning (online)
- Flexible, extra-professional (part-time, full-time)
Technical staff & executives
Completion certificate for passing course exam of BE-07<
- Main codes of EN 13508-2
- Deformations (BAA)
- Fissure / Crack (BAB)
- Break / Collapse (BAC)
- Defective Brickwork or Masonry (BAD)
- Missing Mortar (BAE)
- Surface Damage (BAF)
- Intruding Connection (BAG) / Defective Connection (BAH)
- Intruding Material (BAI)
- Displaced Joint (BAJ)
- Lining Observations (BAK)
- Defective Repair (BAL)
- Weld Failure (BAM)
- Porous Pipe (BAN)
- Soil / Void Visible (BAP)
- Roots (BBA)
- Attached Deposits (BBB)
- Settled Deposits (BBC)
- Ingress of Soil (BBD)
- Other Obstacles (BBE)
- Infiltration (BBF)
- Exfiltration (BBG)
- Vermin (BBH)
UNITRACC Portal for Enterprises
UNITRACC Knowledge Portal for Enterprises offers digital access to all courses, modules, construction site documentations, and technical books about the rehabilitation and maintenance of drains and sewers for a monthly fee of 150 €. Topics include water and wastewater pipeline construction, rehabilitation, management, and maintenance. They cover a huge variety of trenchless construction and rehabilitation technologies such as utility tunneling, microtunneling, pipe bursting, lining with close-fit pipes, lining with continuous pipes, lining with spirally-wound pipes, lining with cured in cured-in-place pipes (CIPP), injection and sealing processes as well as open cut method. Registration is free of charge. Click here to start the booking process.
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