|Area of Study||Type of Course||Level of Study|
|Course||Using Evidence to Improve Waterway Management|
|Partner Faculty||Faculty of Science|
|Course Description|| |
The University of Melbourne is offering a new guided learning workshop. This workshop will use case studies and real world exercises from Australia and overseas to focus on understanding physical aspects of changes in waterways. We will teach you how to use historical evidence, data and analyses to question conventional views and paradigms about waterway behaviour and make decisions based on evidence.
|Delivery Mode||Face to face - case study workshops|
|Who Should Apply|| |
Waterway Managers, Land Managers, Mine Planners, Bridge Engineers, Consultants in Land and Waterway Management, Students of Science and Engineering, Employees of Catchment Management Authorities, Melbourne Water, Urban and Rural Water Authorities, Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, Environmental Water Holders, Environmental NGOs, VicRoads.
|Academic and Teaching Team|| |
Dr John Tilleard - John has an engineering background and extensive experience in river morphology. He has served on the Boards of Yarra Valley Water and Southern Rural Water and has provided advice on water and the environment to governments, public authorities, private companies and individuals in Australia and overseas
Dr Anthony Ladson, Tony has more than 25 years experience in hydrology and river management and has worked on projects throughout Australia, the US, PNG and Taiwan. Tony has more than 100 refereed publication and has completed a book on Australian Hydrology for Oxford University Press. Tony is an experienced researcher, consultant and teacher.
For further information please refer to this link. morokaconsulting.com/capability
|Delivery Dates and Times|| |
30 March 2017
Arrival - 9.30am
|Delivery Venue||Parkville campus - Room to be confirmed|
|Course Fees|| |
$795 (excl gst) per day
Limited to 30 registrations per workshop
|Fee Inclusions|| |
Course fees include:
|Related Courses and Subjects||Graduate Certificate in Catchment and Waterway Management|
|Contact Us||Program Coordinator: Claudine Evans|
Phone: (03) 9035 6419