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Training Schedule

February 2024 to July 2024

12 & 13 March 2024
(Perth)

Stormwater Modelling Management with InfoWorks ICM


This two-day course will focus on stormwater modelling, covering hydrology, 1D and 2D hydraulics. Attendees will learn the most efficient way of setting up models, analysing the results and reporting. Gain the skills and knowledge you need to complete your projects on time, on budget and to a high standard.

30 April & 1 May 2024
(Brisbane)

Stormwater Modelling Management with InfoWorks ICM

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This two-day course will focus on stormwater modelling, covering hydrology, 1D and 2D hydraulics. Attendees will learn the most efficient way of setting up models, analysing the results and reporting. Gain the skills and knowledge you need to complete your projects on time, on budget and to a high standard.


14 & 15 May 2024
(Central Coast NSW)

InfoWorks WS Pro Introductory

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This two-day Introduction to InfoWorks WS Pro course is designed to introduce the functionality of the InfoWorks WS Pro software. The course explains the data handling capability, file structure and basic functionality of InfoWorks and features basic case studies to demonstrate the features covered during the day.

22 & 23 May 2024
(Brisbane)

InfoWorks ICM  Introductory

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The InfoWorks ICM Introduction course is a two-day course introducing attendees to key concepts in using InfoWorks ICM for drainage system modelling. All aspects of sanitary, storm, combined and overland systems can be represented along with all the inflows such as population flows, rainfall, infiltration and trade discharges that contribute to them.

4 & 5 June 2024
(Central Coast NSW)

InfoWorks ICM  Introductory

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The InfoWorks ICM Introduction course is a two-day course introducing attendees to key concepts in using InfoWorks ICM for drainage system modelling. All aspects of sanitary, storm, combined and overland systems can be represented along with all the inflows such as population flows, rainfall, infiltration and trade discharges that contribute to them.

10 & 11 June 2024
(Perth)

Stormwater Modelling Management with InfoWorks ICM

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This two-day course will focus on stormwater modelling, covering hydrology, 1D and 2D hydraulics. Attendees will learn the most efficient way of setting up models, analysing the results and reporting. Gain the skills and knowledge you need to complete your projects on time, on budget and to a high standard.

8 & 9 July 2024
(Auckland)

InfoWorks ICM  Introductory

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The InfoWorks ICM Introduction course is a two-day course introducing attendees to key concepts in using InfoWorks ICM for drainage system modelling. All aspects of sanitary, storm, combined and overland systems can be represented along with all the inflows such as population flows, rainfall, infiltration and trade discharges that contribute to them.


9 & 10 July 2024
(Brisbane)

InfoWorks WS Pro Introductory

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This two-day Introduction to InfoWorks WS Pro course is designed to introduce the functionality of the InfoWorks WS Pro software. The course explains the data handling capability, file structure and basic functionality of InfoWorks and features basic case studies to demonstrate the features covered during the day.


11 & 12 July 2024
(Auckland)

InfoWorks WS Pro Introductory

tap, water, drop-84487.jpg


This two-day Introduction to InfoWorks WS Pro course is designed to introduce the functionality of the InfoWorks WS Pro software. The course explains the data handling capability, file structure and basic functionality of InfoWorks and features basic case studies to demonstrate the features covered during the day.

23 & 24 July 2024
(Melbourne)

InfoWorks ICM  Introductory

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The InfoWorks ICM Introduction course is a two-day course introducing attendees to key concepts in using InfoWorks ICM for drainage system modelling. All aspects of sanitary, storm, combined and overland systems can be represented along with all the inflows such as population flows, rainfall, infiltration and trade discharges that contribute to them.

Note – Training Calendar – August – December will be released in April

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