News posts tagged "Short Course"
Monday, 31 August, 2020
In partnership with eWater, we are offering training in Australia’s leading water modelling tools.
MUSIC Fundamentals: 22-23 September, cost $1,400 per person
Urban Developer in Source 5.0: 28 September 2020 10:00am – 2:00pm, cost $300/person
Source Refresher – Advanced: 29 September 2020 10:00am – 2:00pm, cost $400/person
MUSICX Transitioning Course: 30 September 2020 10:00am – 3:00pm, cost $400/person
Using Source with version control (git) – Advanced: Date TBA (contact – [email protected]), cost $700/person
To register, or find out more email [email protected] or call +61 2 6206 8637
Friday, 17 March, 2017
The Australian Water School’s 2nd Gas Policy and Water Management Course, led by Arris Water’s Ben Kele and George Gates from NSW’s Gateway Panel, along with a team of four presenters, attracted 20 environmental assessment and policy officers from across Australia.
Tuesday, 14 February, 2017
The spate of black-outs in South Australia, and the threat of power outages along the Eastern Seaboard, has created a passionate debate about energy security in Australia. The speed of the drive towards renewable energy in the electricity market has highlighted the planning gaps in relation to energy reliability and the required transitional infrastructure.
Wednesday, 16 November, 2016
Water modelling enables us to make informed decisions on best-practice water management, to ensure clean water is available to future generations.
Thursday, 10 November, 2016
ICE WaRM’s HEC-RAS Water Modelling Course saw participants update their skills and hydraulic modelling proficiency.
Monday, 5 September, 2016
ICE WaRM will present a special workshop on River Modelling for Decision Makers on 9 October.
Monday, 5 September, 2016
ICE WaRM’s free monthly Webinar in September examines the issue of water trading.
Waterfind is among Australia’s leading water exchanges, allowing irrigators to trade water through a free online water exchange or through a water broker. Its online trading platform has been used by more than 11,000 customers across key irrigation districts in South Australia, Victoria, NSW, Queensland and Western Australia.
Thursday, 21 August, 2014
For the second year in a row ICE WaRM organised this successful, highly regarded training course, this time in Sydney.
Sunday, 1 September, 2013
When: Thurs 17 October (Basic day) and Fri 18 October (Intermediate day)
Where: Melbourne, Citigate Hotel, 270 Flinders St.
HEC-RAS (Hydrologic Engineering Centres-River Analysis System) is a computer program, primarily used for the computation of water surface profiles in steady and unsteady, gradually-varied flow situations. It is recognised as an industry-standard program and is widely used throughout the world.
Limited places remaining, register now to avoid disappointment:
- Book online: www.icewarm.com.au/register
- Complete Registration Form on back page of flyer
- Or contact ICE WaRM direct: T: +61 8 8236 5208 E: [email protected]
Monday, 1 July, 2013
This course demonstrates the tools and techniques that can be used in adapting to climate variability and change. It also examines the range of responses to climate change on livelihoods and lifestyles at the global, national, regional level.
Friday, 3 May, 2013
The School is an intensive 3-day professional short course that is fast becoming the national standard for training in water-focussed organisations, public and private. The School provides an excellent overview of the current technical, economic, environmental and legislative issues associated with water resources management.
Friday, 20 July, 2012
The controversial issue of desalination came under the microscope at a special workshop organised by ICE WaRM and the National Centre of Excellence in Desalination Australia (NCEDA) in Adelaide.
Friday, 20 July, 2012
The ICE WaRM Australian Water School is set to become a regular event, following the outstanding success of the inaugural programme in Adelaide in February.
The three-day school, presents an overview of key aspects of water resources management – including current technical, economic, environmental, legislative and social issues associated with water in Australia.
Wednesday, 17 November, 2010
The final two-day Australian Water Industry Essentials course for 2010 has been staged in Brisbane.
The course, which attracted 16 people from a wide range of water-related industries, was led by Paul Harvey, who has wide experience with the Department of Water in South Australia, and Rod Lehmann, a water engineer from Queensland with experience in the planning and management of water and sewerage supply systems.
Thursday, 29 April, 2010
Positive feedback has been flowing after the three latest ICE WaRM short courses.
During April, Dr Anne Jensen from the University of Adelaide and Jeff Camkin, Adjunct Professor at the University of Western Australia, led the Australian Water Industry Essentials course in Perth – while Susan Worley from the Department of Water and Dr Pierre Horwitz of Edith Cowans University focused on specific water issues facing Western Australia. The AWIE course is delivered jointly with the Australian Water Association (AWA).
Tuesday, 19 January, 2010
The Australian Water Industry Essentials one- and two-day courses developed in conjunction with the Australian Water Association are scheduled to start in Adelaide on 25 and 26 February, before moving to Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney and Brisbane during the year. The final course for 2010 is in Perth on 2 and 3 December.
Wednesday, 2 December, 2009
ICE WaRM has delivered the first two-day short course on Hydraulics and Hydrology for Non-Engineers at the Water Corporation of Western Australia.
The course, led by Dr Terry Lucke from the University of South Australia’s School of Natural and Built Environments, introduces the basic principles of hydraulics and hydrology to people with limited or no prior training in water engineering.
Wednesday, 2 September, 2009
Research priorities for the Fleurieu Peninsula Wetlands are being refined, following the second in a series of ICE WaRM’s Living Laboratories workshops in Adelaide in early September.
Sunday, 29 March, 2009
ICE WaRM recently held a one-day version of the Australian Water Industry Essentials course in response to demand from stakeholders.
Thursday, 26 March, 2009
The ICE WaRM short courses programme commenced in March with the two day Hydraulics and Hydrology for Non-engineers.
Held in Brisbane, the course was presented by Terry Lucke of UniSA and attended by a group of 14 people, whose work backgrounds were in local government, health or natural resources.
Friday, 28 November, 2008
In response to popular demand, ICE WaRM and the Australian Water Association have made provisional plans to stage the Australian Water Industry Essentials short course in Adelaide early in 2009.
The two-day course, held across three states in 2008, provides an overview of the current technical, economic, environmental, legislative and social issues associated with the Australian water industry.
Sunday, 19 October, 2008
ICE WaRM held a short course in Hydraulics and Hydrology 15-16th October in Adelaide. The course was very well attended, culminating in a thought-provoking round of questions and networking.
The course – run by Terry Lucke, a research engineer with the University of South Australia Urban Water Resource Centre – introduces the basic principles of hydraulics and hydrology, covering the occurrence and distribution of water (hydrology) and the movement of water through pipes and open channel systems (hydraulics).
Tuesday, 22 July, 2008
There has been a big response to the first of ICE WaRM’s new Australian Water Industry Essentials programme.
The initial programme, run in conjunction with the Australian Water Association, was staged in Sydney in early July for 25 industry professionals from New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia and the ACT
Tuesday, 18 March, 2008
Professor Simon Beecham and research engineer Terry Lucke from the University of South Australia headed a recent ICE WaRM short course on Siphonic Roof Drainage Design – a state of the art drainage system involving complex hydraulic analysis.