BEST (Built Environment Sustainability Training): More water courses?
Integrated Catchment Management – free training course starts next month
23rd April 2015
Eligible professionals working in the built environment in Wales have the opportunity to attend free training in managing natural resources using Integrated Catchment Management (ICM). This course equips participants with a comprehensive understanding of the design, planning and engagement activities required for effective implementation of ICM approaches. Benefits of ICM include an improved water environment as well as reduced flood risk, improved water quality and habitat creation. You will leave with a toolkit of techniques to enable you to work in line with the emerging Welsh Government water strategy as well as deliver ICM solutions in your day to day role. The course is designed for Built Environment professionals such as designers, planners, clients, consultants, decision-makers, water or drainage managers and those involved in construction or green infrastructure. Professions include Civil Engineers, Water Engineers, Planners, Urban Designers, Landscape Architects, Ecologists, Main Contractors, Landscape Contractors, Land and Property Owners, Estate Maintenance Professionals.
Arup is leading the training delivery, in partnership with Newcastle University and JBA Consulting. This team brings together a unique mix of leading technical specialists from consultancy as well as a high-ranking UK university. All tutors have practical experience of delivering schemes using Integrated Catchment Management, River Restoration and Natural Flood Management schemes coupled with extensive involvement in leading, related research in this field.
Using the link below please register now to join the course in Cwmbran, Margam or St Asaph