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Music training courses

Wednesday 14th Nov 2012 - Thursday 15th Nov 2012 8:00AM - 5:00PM

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Clearwater, in partnership with eWater delivers a range of software training courses that models urban stormwater drainage, and assists the decision making process for stormwater management and Water Sensitive Urban Design. 

Registations must be made via the eWater website.

Music V5: Stormwater Modelling

Music (Model for Urban Stormwater Improvement Conceptualisation) can assist you in planning, simulating and evaluating on site stormwater treatment measures and Water Sensitive Urban Design.

Day One - Introduction to music
‘Introduction to music’ will enable participants to apply the music software and understand the theory and assumptions behind the model. Users will learn how to simulate and evaluate the performance of stormwater treatment measures, either singly or in a treatment train.

Day Two - Intermediate music
Intermediate music provides a greater understanding of the theory behind music and its application to successfully model stormwater treatment. Participants will also complete a series of tutorials on various stormwater treatment scenarios and develop a model for a real urban development.
Dates: Melbourne 14 & 15 November 2012
$1,290.00 (2 days)

Music V5: Advanced Stormwater Modelling
Clearwater in partnership with eWater present this one-day workshop for experienced MUSIC users who have completed the introductory and intermediate training and would like to get more out of the software. The advanced music course is tailored to the needs of engineering and environmental professionals with an understanding of hydrological and water quality processes, preferably within an urban context.
Dates: Melbourne 16 November 2012

Music: Development Assessment of WSUD
This one-day course is designed for local government music users. It covers how to use music in the assessment of development applications where Water Sensitive Urban Design is required.
**A prerequisite to this course is that attendees have completed an introduction to stormwater modelling using music.
Dates & cost: visit eWater for details

Music: Urban Developer
Urban Developer lets users examine, design and assess how a system based on water–sensitive urban design principles will operate. The modelling framework is equally applicable to brown and greenfield sites, and can also be used to explore issues such as urban renewal by enabling exploration of innovative service delivery strategies.
Cost: visit eWater for details

For more information, course dates and how to register, visit the eWater Website.