In these times of widespread water metering, WRc are launching a topical training course aimed at the water industry to cover the measurement of water flows from source to tap. This training course has been developed in collaboration with UK water utilities, and will provide an introduction to those working with meters and metering data within the clean water side of the industry. The course will give an understanding of the measurement techniques and applications covering the principal types of meters used by the industry - their working principles, performance, benefits and experience in operation.
By teaming up with water utility practitioners in the development of this training course, we can ensure that all clean water metering aspects, including the latest metering technologies, are covered to fully meet the needs of the potential audience.
WRc has an established capability in flow measurement derived from practical experience and in-depth theoretical understanding. Our experts specialise in flow measurement in everything from small pipes to large channels – clean water, waste water and gases. This expertise is complemented by understanding how the industry uses flow information, enabling us to provide practical and robust solutions.
Courses can be either at WRc’s premises in Swindon, at client offices or any other location that suits. Courses typically run in groups of 6 - 20 to facilitate an informal and relaxed training style. Our philosophy is that training should be interactive and practical. Therefore, during our courses participants will benefit from practical demonstrations of new and old flowmeter technologies.
If you want to focus on a particular topic, WRc can provide a bespoke course based upon the range of individual modules:
- Module 1 General guidance;
- Module 2 Source and Strategic meters;
- Module 3 District Metering Area (DMA) and Network meters;
- Module 4 Revenue metering and per capital consumption (PCC) meters.
Course content, pace, timing and duration are flexible and can be adapted according to your requirements. Content can be pitched to meet the needs of the audience, from broad primers for inexperienced staff, to detailed technical training for more experienced staff. The modular nature of the courses means that topics can be covered on a ‘mix and match’ basis to provide the most relevant content.
For further information contact Andy Godley at email@example.com or telephone +44 (0) 1793 865060.