Equip Exposition offers irrigation continuing education

The Irrigation Association will provide irrigation education sessions at the 2023 Equip Exposition, set to take place October 17-20.
Classes will include a myriad of topics covering business, repairs and troubleshooting, controller operation and Wi-Fi device knowledge.

The Irrigation Association, Fairfax, Virginia, will provide irrigation education sessions at the 2023 Equip Exposition, set to take place October 17-20 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky.  

The event will include a number of educational opportunities for contractors to expand their knowledge on various industry topics.  

There are several sessions hosted by the Irrigation Association, Fairfax, Virginia, including sessions titled “How To Get Into the Irrigation Business,” and “Basic Irrigation Repairs,” both of which are worth continuing education credits. Attendees will leave the seminar with a wealth of tips and advice from a panel of successful irrigation contractors who will share their stories and answer questions.  

“We listened to what past attendees wanted — more education on key trends that will impact the industry and their businesses. We heard you and we’re going to deliver,” says Kris Kiser, president and CEO of the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute, which owns and manages Equip Expo. “We’re bringing in the best of the best education experts that landscape contractors and outdoor power equipment dealers have asked for.” 

The Irrigation Association will also host education sessions covering topics such as Electrical Troubleshooting, Anatomy of an Irrigation System, Basic Controller Operation and Wi-Fi & Connected Device Knowledge for Green Industry Professionals. Find out more information about the Irrigation Association’s sessions on the IA website.  

More information regarding the educational sessions offered at Equip can be found on the exposition’s website.

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