Storage Meter Installer & Validator | includes 2 Years certification (CSV)
Units of competency
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In order to install and validate water storage meters, you must become qualified and certified as a Storage Meter Installer & Validator (CSV). The NSW Government requires that approved storage water meters be installed where a landowner holds a floodplain harvesting access license. This course covers how to select water storage meters, data loggers and telemetry systems and the installation, commissioning/maintenance and validation of water storage meters.
Who is the course for?
This course is designed for anyone looking to become responsible for installing and validating water storage meters. This course provides candidates with an incredible opportunity to gain a nationally recognised certificate.
Prior to enrolling and undergoing training, you are required to hold the RIIWHS204E Work safely at heights unit of competency or equivalent. A sighted* copy of the Statement of Attainment is to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org for verification.
*Sighted copies are those that are verified by a JP as an accurate copy of the original
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Existing Certified Meter Installer and Validators
Participants who have already completed Meter Installation & Validation training (and obtained certification as a CMI/DQP) and want to obtain CSV certification are required to attend the full Storage Meter Installer & Validator training course.
The reasons for this are:
- this course has been contexualised for storage meter installation and validation
- some of the units of competency have been updated
Please contact Irrigation Australia to discuss eligibility on 07 3517 4000
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Units of Competency
- NWPIWS004 Install meters for rural water supplies
- NWPIWS006 Maintain meters for rural water supplies
- AHCWHS301 Contribute to work health and safety processes
- NWPGEN018 Follow environmental and licensing procedures