Background

TRAINING 

 

 

 

Currently the industry is undergoing an unprecedented demand for Geomembrane installation. This demand has depleted the current resources that are available in Australia of trained and competent personnel to meet the current resourcing requirements.  

 

There is a risk that by using inadequately trained personnel the resulting integrity of many new installations may be compromised. This could in turn lead to significant substandard performance of liners leading to environmental harm and possible litigation actions.

 

Our training programs ensures that welding personnel, either being new to the industry, or already experienced are competent in welding techniques and understand the limitations and theory of those techniques.

 

We are passionate about ensuring that the integrity of our industry is maintained and in turn exceed our clients expectations. 

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GEOMEMBRANE WELDING 

 

 

 

  • UNDERSTANDING MATERIALS
  • OHS IN WELDING
  • WELDING TECHNIQUES
  • UNDERSTANDING EQUIPMENT
  • UNDERSTANDING PLANS & SPECIFICATIONS
  • WELDING THEORY

We offer training on geomembrane welding techniques at our Adelaide office. The course includes techniques & theory along with guidance in understanding plans, specifications and OHS.

 

The program provides comprehensive hands-on training, giving employers and employees the confidence that they are being trained to be proficient on various types and models of geomembrane welding.

 

All classes are kept to a maximum of six (6) people, designed to ensure all attendees receive the attention and training required.

IAGI CERTIFICATION

 

 

 

Phillip Bennett, Managing Director of Geotest is a proctor for IAGI (International Association of Geosynthetic Installers) which is the organization officially responsible for CWT Certification.

 

 

IAGI certification requires a certain level of experience. In order for any person to receive IAGI certification,they must have installed 90,000 square metres of polyethylene materials. This experience must be documented.
 

Call Geotest to make a booking for certification.

 

Further information regarding CWT Certification is available on the IAGI website (www.iagi.org).