About Us

Streamline Learning was formed in 1996 with the aim of developing and delivering training and assessment for workers in the water industry that would enable them to achieve recognised 'trade' qualifications. The advent of the National Water Training Packages NWP01 and later NWP07 has made that possible. The Training Package provides an integrated set of nationally endorsed competency standards, assessment guidelines and Australian Qualifications Framework qualifications for workers across the Water Industry.

We specialise in the training and assessment in aspects of construction, maintenance, operation and asset management of water supply and sewerage networks. Our courses meet the requirements of NWP07 and our training and assessment is conducted under the auspices of Goulburn-Murray Water, a Registered Training Organisation. Our trainers have decades of industry experience and several have contributed to the development of industry standards and the revision of the National Water Training Package. All trainers and assessors have a Certificate IV in Assessment and Workplace Training.

We also offer consultancy in training needs identification, development of work practices and industry standards, development of specifications and auditing of work practices in relation to standards and codes.

Scheduled Courses

CCTV conduit inspection and reporting for operators, supervisors and managers
14 August 2018, Coffs Harbour NSW

Internal inspection of underground assets such as sewers, stormwater pipes and culverts, using specialised closed circuit television (CCTV) systems, provides asset owners with important information on the condition of these assets.

The Conduit Inspection Reporting Code of Australia WSA05, published by the Water Services Association of Australia(WSAA), provides a standard for the inspection and reporting on the condition of sewers and stormwater drains.

Two versions of the Code are available. WSA05-2008 is used by most agencies with WSA05-2013 specified by a significant number.

Training of operators, supervisors and managers involved in aspects of the inspection and reporting on the condition of assets in accordance with the Code is critical for effective management of essential sewerage and drainage infrastructure.
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CCTV conduit inspection and reporting

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Course Outline Brochure
Registration Form
Expression of Interest Form




CCTV conduit inspection and reporting for operators, supervisors and managers
17 September 2018, Preston VIC

Internal inspection of underground assets such as sewers, stormwater pipes and culverts, using specialised closed circuit television (CCTV) systems, provides asset owners with important information on the condition of these assets.

The Conduit Inspection Reporting Code of Australia WSA05, published by the Water Services Association of Australia(WSAA), provides a standard for the inspection and reporting on the condition of sewers and stormwater drains.

Two versions of the Code are available. WSA05-2008 is used by most agencies with the later version WSA05-2013 also specified by a significant number of asset owners.

Training of operators, supervisors and managers involved in aspects of the inspection and reporting on the condition of assets in accordance with the appropriate Code is critical for effective management of essential sewerage and drainage infrastructure.

Read More

CCTV conduit inspection and reporting

PDF Downloads

Course Outline Brochure
Registration Form
Expression of Interest Form




Courses

Water supply construction

Water supply construction
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Gravity sewer and drain construction

Gravity sewer and drain construction
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Water supply operations and maintenance

Water supply operations and maintenance
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Water service installation and repair

Water service installation and repair
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