Landscape irrigation professionals can learn how to troubleshoot electrical issues in an irrigation system with the new Electrical Troubleshooting Technician Program from Hunter University. Designed to give contractors the knowledge they need to confidently troubleshoot any irrigation system, this innovative program demonstrates the tools, techniques, and trends that are commonly used to solve irrigation system problems.
“Our new program trains novice-to-advanced irrigation contractors on electrical troubleshooting basics that will help them quickly resolve system issues in the field. From locating wires and valves to testing controller power output to learning safe grounding methods, they’ll learn valuable skills that help speed service calls.”
–Dan Conger, Multimedia and Product Training Manager
Learn the Basics of Irrigation System Electrical Troubleshooting
This comprehensive online program offers several information-packed modules to help contractors deliver results and grow their businesses.
- Five self-paced videos provide an overview of proper grounding techniques and teach contractors how to locate wire issues, perform wire tracing, diagnose system issues with a multimeter, and more!
- Contractors can learn the information on their own schedule — perfect for onboarding new employees
- Participants who successfully complete the program with a score of 80% or higher will earn a professional certificate to recognize their achievement
When paired with the Hunter Product Specialist Program and the Irrigation Designer Program, the Electrical Troubleshooting Technician Program provides a solid foundation to prepare learners of any background for success. To access the full learning library, visit Hunter University.
The new Electrical Troubleshooting Technician Program is available now.