(EXTERNAL) CRCWSC 3rd Water Sensitive Cities Conference (Perth) @ Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
Jul 18 – Jul 20 all-day
2017 Stormwater Queensland Winter School @ BMT WBM (Level 8)
Jul 26 – Jul 28 all-day

Winter School

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Date:  26, 27 and 28 July 2017

Time: 8.30am – 5.00pm each day

Venue: BMT WBM, level 8, 200 Creek Street, Spring Hill

Price: $450 (p/workshop, p/day) SQ members; $550 (p/workshop, p/day) non-members

Space is Limited!  Register today

Every year, Stormwater Queensland is proud to hold its annual “Winter School”. What is Winter School you might ask? Well, for those of you who have attended previously, the Winter School is a fantastic chance for all to brush-up on their stormwater management skills and possibly learn a thing or two, including updates on new or revised industry methods and applications. You get to learn one-on-one with industry experts and network with others in various stormwater management disciplines at the same time.

This year we are holding three full-days of workshops. These workshops are:

Day 1 – HEC-RAS 2D – Krey Price

A one day course targeting the practical applications of HEC-RAS 2D, with a particular focus on 2D modelling.

Day 2 – ARR Workshop – Neil Collins and Martin Giles

An interactive workshop covering the key changes to ARR16, and how this will effect stormwater design and regulation.

Day 3 – Stream Management – Misko Ivezich

A one day interactive workshop covering the fundamentals of Fluvial Geomorphology and waterway management.

Thanks to our host and sponsor we have been able to reduce the cost so to ensure you receive a valuable and rewarding participation.  Costs per workshop, per day are:

● $450 SQ Members (inc GST)
● $550 Non-Members (inc GST)

(EXTERNAL) 5th HEC-RAS Water Modelling
Sep 11 – Sep 15 all-day
Stormwater QLD & IECA State Conference – 50 Shades of Blue, Green & Brown @ Pullman Brisbane, King George Square
Oct 11 – Oct 13 all-day
Stormwater QLD & IECA State Conference - 50 Shades of Blue, Green & Brown @ Pullman Brisbane, King George Square | Brisbane City | Queensland | Australia

Effective land and water management requires a holistic approach across catchments and the development cycle. But it also throws up challenges – grey areas – that require new or different ways of thinking.

For that reason, Stormwater Queensland (SQ) and the International Erosion Control Association (IECA) Australasia have come together for a joint conference in 2017 to recognise the common values and purpose they share in effective land, stormwater and waterway management:

All soil and water professionals are invited to join us in beautiful Brisbane in October 2017. The conference will bring together practitioners, academics, suppliers, asset owners and students in a common forum to engage, collaborate, discuss and dive headfirst into the grey areas of land and water management.

With so many established concepts and approaches for land and water management, this conference will explore the grey areas, the subtleties that exist within those approaches that can trip us up or mean the difference between success and failure. We’ll look at emerging technologies, established approaches, and will never discount embracing the old ways; what can we learn from past mistakes and how can we work smarter to manage our land and water resources?

This conference aims to celebrate our successes, explore new challenges, encourage better integration of soil and water management, and promote engineering and science as complimentary disciplines.

This conference effectively unites two organisations that are in the business of managing stormwater quality and quantity at various stages of development, from design to construction and on to operation.

The conference will include keynote speakers, plenary sessions, open discussion forums, panel sessions, technical workshops, exhibitions and a comprehensive social program.

With SQ and IECA coming together for this conference, it is sure to be a fun, vibrant, thought-provoking event that will expand delegates’ thinking and knowledge while challenging them to investigate the nuanced grey areas of land and water management.

We look forward to seeing you in Brisbane in October 2017!

Avoid disappointment and register today HERE

(EXTERNAL) Engineers Aust: Hydraulics in Water Engineering Conference @ Dockside, Balcony Level, Sydney
Nov 13 – Nov 16 all-day