Implement a Maintenance Program for an Irrigation System


This workbook has been developed to support the learning activities for the unit “Implement a Maintenance Program for an Irrigation System”. The workbook contains a number of activities to be completed as part of the assessment requirements for this unit and covers the process of implementing a maintenance program for an irrigation system and defines the standard required to:
  • inspect irrigation systems 
  • test irrigation equipment 
  • undertake minor repairs of equipment 
  • record and report maintenance activities 
  • dispose of unused or waste materials from site


AQF - Australian Quality Framework
Certificate III

Competency Field

National Code -
AHCIRG301A: Implement a maintenance program for an irrigation system

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