Live. Face-to-Face. Across North America.
NASTT offers multiple in-depth, high quality courses each year in cities throughout North America covering targeted trenchless topics – CIPP, HDD, pipe bursting, laterals and new installation methods. You will find that our course content is of the highest quality as the material is thoroughly peer-reviewed for consensus-based information and non-commercialism. We often hear from attendees how pleased they are with the high-level of information and instruction offered by our experienced course instructors. We continually strive to improve the quality of the entire educational experience for our attendees through course evaluations and feedback. Earn valuable Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for your participation.
To view our current offerings, please visit our calendar. Click below to view sample agendas for each course.
Get the trenchless training you need from NASTT, where you need, when you need it. With NASTT on-site training, we will bring the experts to your doorstep, saving you time and money. All of NASTT’s Good Practices Courses are available for private on-site training. If you’re interested in bringing an NASTT course to your company, city or public works/utilities personnel, please contact us. Our 2018 training schedule is filling quickly. For groups of 20 or more, please email Kari Webb.
Educational programs offered by NASTT further your education, provide opportunities to get involved and gain knowledge of technical advances in your field, and in many cases are required in order for you to renew licenses or certifications. NASTT offers Continuing Education Unit (CEU) certificates for educational sessions at NASTT’s No-Dig Show, along with full or half day Good Practice Course training sessions. CEUs are not offered for complimentary educational events. Earn one CEU for every 10 hours you participate.
NASTT is seeking qualified persons to instruct NASTT Good Practices Courses focused on these trenchless technology methods: Cured-in-Place Pipe (CIPP), Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD), laterals, new installation methods and pipe bursting. The training offered by NASTT does not advocate the use of specific products or name brands. Applicants may submit a letter of interest and qualifications to Kari Webb.
Click here for a complete list of NASTT instructors.