ProjectMax are conducting a 2 days training course to be held in Auckland 28th and 29th April 2010 to update and appraise contractors, utility owners and project managers of the benefots of Trenchless Technology and how to manage these projects.

An increasing number of projects lend themselves to ‚Äútrenchless technologies‚ÄĚ but too often trenchless technology projects fail for avoidable reasons. By attending the Masterclass you will learn how to assess the viability of projects and develop a deeper understanding of trenchless technology as an alternative to traditional methods. Details of the course can be found on our web site at http://www.terramacs.co.nz/news.html

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Infratrain New Zealand, the industry training organisation for the infrastructure industries, has in conjunction with the New Zealand trenchless industry developed a new qualification for HDD operations.

The National Certificate in Civil Construction Works (HDD) is a Level 3 qualification and recognises the specislist skills and knowledge required by contractors working in HDD.

For further details contact:

Infratrain New Zealand on 0800 486 626