Our live workshops teach you everything you need to take full advantage of the latest PCSWMM and EPA SWMM5 modeling packages. You will explore how to plan, design, analyze, and manage drainage stormwater/wastewater/watershed systems of all types, from simple to unlimited complexity.
IN A NUTSHELL:
We now offer specialty workshops on specific modeling topics, including watershed modeling, Low Impact Development (LID) modeling, wastewater collection system modeling, water distribution modeling, model review, and integrated 1D-2D modeling. All specialty workshops are hosted at CHI’s headquarters in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, where attendees can meet the friendly CHI staff and discuss their unique modeling challenges. See our list of upcoming workshops below to learn more.
* Specialty series hosted at CHI headquarters. Come meet all the friendly CHI staff in person.
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Our self-paced online workshop is designed to help you become proficient with the latest PCSWMM and EPA SWMM5 modeling packages. You can begin learning as soon as your registration is confirmed, you will receive an email to get you started and access workshop material.
IN A NUTSHELL
Design engineers, planners, technicians, regulatory officials and urban drainage/stormwater management modeling personnel are eligible to register. Participants must have basic computer skills typical of any engineering office. Undergraduate courses in hydrology and hydraulics are advantageous.
This online workshop is accredited for 1.5 continuing education units.