This two-day course will focus on stormwater modelling, covering Australian 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.
Training course registration closes two weeks prior to the course date.
- Product Overview
- Using the Graphical Interface
- Background Layers
- RAFTS Hydrology
- Applying ARR 2019 Rainfall
- 1D Hydraulics
- Running a simulation
- 2D Hydraulics
- Analysing Results
- 1D Rivers & channels
- Advanced hydraulic structures
- 1D – 2D Connections
- Utilising the GPU function
Q: What does it cost?
A: You can find the cost of the course on the right-hand side when you select the online training course option. Training course prices vary per course.
Q: How long does it take?
A: On-line and in-person training courses usually run over two days. Each day will contain two, three-hour sessions that include breaks in between.
Q: What is our method of online training?
A: We use the GoToTraining virtual platform. This is a very easy user interface and your trainer will guide you through its use.
Q: Do we provide licenses for the duration of the training?
A: Yes for all courses besides those that feature XP products. Each registered participant will be sent their licence prior to the course commencement date.
Q: Do we provide course notes and data?
A: Yes, course notes in .pdf format will be provided.
Q: What is the maximum number of attendees?
A: Our general maximum number of attendees is 8 per course. This allows our trainers to effectively train and answer your questions throughout the course.
Q: What are the minimum requirements for the trainee doing an online course?
A: For online courses you will need a computer that is capable of running the software and the on-line training session. We suggest one screen for the training session and another screen for the software to run if you are able. Also required is a headset and microphone. All of these points will be covered with each attendee a day or two prior to the course starting.
Q: Will there be certificates and feedback forms?
A: Yes, these will be emailed after the event.
Q: Will the training be recorded?
A: Only some training sessions will be recorded. Check with your trainer prior to the course if your session can be recorded.
Q: Who can I contact with any further questions?
A: You can reach out to our Client Services team on +61 7 5506 5700 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Matthew Piggott, Stormwater + Water Resources Engineer
Matthew is an experienced Stormwater and Water Resources Engineer from Brisbane with over 3 years’ experience working in the Civil Engineering Industry.
He has spent the majority of his time as a designer and consultant with a demonstrated history on a range of infrastructural projects involving catchment hydrology, flood studies and mitigation strategies, drainage design, water quality planning and GIS analysis.
Matthew has joined the Innovyze Support Team focusing on Storm, Sewer and Flood Software Packages.
Paul Guilas is a water resources engineer based in Manila. He has several years of experience as a local hydrology and hydraulics consultant in the Philippines prior to joining Innovyze.
He has been supporting customers with storm and floodwater XP & ICM products over the last 5 years in the Asia-Pacific region, and works with software development and management teams to continuously improve and support Innovyze products.