Who Should Attend:
Attendees in ICE WaRM’s Short Courses Programme include:
• Presentations by experienced, highly regarded water professionals
• Course notes - hard copy, electronic
• Tutorials, discussions, demonstrations
• Field trips, where relevant
• Networking with industry colleagues
• Small group sizes to allow greater interaction
• Venues - CBD locations, light, modern, comfortable
• Catering: lunch, morning, afternoon teas, networking drinks
|Continuing Professional Development:
Claim CPD hours with Engineers Australia for all ICE WaRM Professional Short Courses: www.engineersaustralia.org.au
|Terms and Conditions:
Available at icewarm.com.au/fine-print
|Help in gaining employer approval:
We know you are busy, so to help with gaining approva
l to attend an ICE WaRM Short Course, we have a few tips to help you put your business case forward. More details
|Tailored Short Courses:
ICE WaRM also tailors Short Courses, enabling:
• Content and Presenters matching your specifications
• Whole of team training at one time
• Delivery time & location at your convenience
• Fees by negotiation
Attendees come from a wide range of organisations in both public and private sectors and across various industries including agriculture, education, engineering, environment, irrigation, mining, research, water authorities and utilities.
Trevor Pillar or Joel Voortman
PHONE: 08 8236 5211 EMAIL: email@example.com
|ICE WaRM University Shareholders:
ICE WaRM is a Member of:
|See more ICE WaRM Affiliates|
Course DetailsWhen: Thu 21 Aug 14 - Fri 22 Aug 2014
Where: Sydney, Rydges Hotel, 28 Albion St, Surry Hills
Fee: $1,430.00 incl GST
Purchase after Mon 28 Jul for $1,650.00 incl GST
Sydney, Rydges Hotel, 28 Albion St, Surry Hills
This course consists of two days, covering basic and intermediate levels. Attendees can come to one or both days.
Attendees bring their own Windows-based laptops for installing trial software. If you are unable to provide one, please inform us on your registration.
The first day targets people who require a BASIC understanding of flow profile modelling and the use of the HEC-RAS model.
The course has been designed to equip participants with:
- An understanding of basic open channel flow hydraulics
- Principles of computation of water surface profiles
- Introduction to the HEC-RAS program
The second day INTERMEDIATE workshop, targets people who already have a basic understanding of flow profile modelling and the use of the HEC-RAS model and wish to extend their knowledge to solve more complex design problems.
The course has been designed to equip attendees with:
- An understanding of HEC-RAS features such as junction analysis
- Introduction to bridge and culvert modelling, multiple openings and encroachment options
- Bridge analysis with HEC-RAS
- Open Channel Hydraulics & Introduction to HEC-RAS
- One Dimensional Flow Profiles in Context
- Cross Section Locations & Friction Slope Options
- Bridge Analysis and Modelling
- Mobile Boundaries, Bridge Scour
- Intermediate Floodplain Modelling
- Culvert Modelling
- Case Studies & Discussions
PresentersRobert Keller, Monash University
Dr Robert Keller has over thirty years of experience in Civil Engineering Hydraulics. Currently a consulting engineer, he has over twenty years of experience in river engineering and hydraulic structures. He was previously an Associate Professor at Monash University where the department honoured Robert by naming its Hydraulics Facility after him. He has carried out many flood studies using the HEC-RAS program and has conducted many training courses in the use of HEC-RAS. Dr Keller's main areas of expertise are: Open channel flow, flood plain hydraulics, physical and numerical modelling, sediment transport, hydraulic structures, urban hydraulics.
ICE WaRM will send you an email to confirm your place in the course and also an invoice.
All courses are in city-central locations and include presentations, notes, tutoring and catering ie: lunch, morning & afternoon teas (prices include GST).