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Training

Hydrant Operation & Maintenance


Service Description

ABOUT THE WORKSHOP: Hydrants are a critical part of a community’s distribution system and firefighting system. An operational understanding is required for firefighters, street cleaners, and water distribution operators. Safe operation of hydrants is emphasized, with special consideration to preventing water hammer. This workshop provides distribution operators an understanding of the impact of hydrant operation on the distribution system, and the role hydrants play not only for firefighting, but also for distribution system maintenance (such as in water main swabbing). The community may have a collection of various hydrants from many different eras, and a detailed understanding of maintenance is required for extending the lifetime of any given hydrant. This full-day workshop provides operational and maintenance theory in the morning and a practical session (in Regina Beach approximately 55 km NW of Regina) with hands-on learning in the afternoon. This workshop includes one day of instruction, classroom material, and Record of Completion. PREREQUISITES None NOTE: CEU Credit is not granted by the Operator Certification Board of Saskatchewan if the same workshop has been taken more than once in two consecutive renewal periods. Workshop runs from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.


Payment Details

BOOKING CONFIRMATION/RECEIPT: Upon completion of your online booking/payment, a confirmation email will be sent to you from this website with another email to follow with a receipt (paid invoice). Please ensure that any email spam/junk filters are not blocking these emails. If you do not receive any emails after booking, please call ATAP at 306-244-8828. CANCELLATION POLICY: If the registrant cancels two weeks before a workshop/course or earlier, they are eligible for a full refund. Within two weeks of the start of the course/workshop, no refunds for cancellations are available unless ATAP cancels the training. The registrant who cancels in the two weeks prior to the start date will, however, have a credit that can be held for up to 1 year. Students who are absent, without informing ATAP of that absence prior to the course start, will receive a credit, which may be held up to 1 year, but are not eligible for a refund. Exam cancellations during a course: registrants must indicate at the time of registration (whether online or by telephone), the course exams they are writing (both, one, none). No credits or refunds will be available for exam cancellations once the course has begun. No examinations can be added during the course.

  • Starts Sept 25
  • 280 Canadian dollars
  • Regina

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