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      TRAINING   

WHERE:

Guelph, ON

 

WHEN:

March 25 - 26, 2020

 

OVERVIEW

This specialized PCSWMM and EPA SWMM5 workshop focuses on getting both new and experienced modelers familiarized with the processes and considerations essential for watershed model development within PCSWMM. An overview of the watershed planning process will be given, followed by a detailed review of the multiple design and operational objectives implicit in watershed planning, namely:

  • Hazard protection, which is intended to manage peak flows and velocities for the purpose of protecting people and property from flooding/erosion hazards;
  • Quality treatment, which manages sediment, pollution, and temperature to protect public health, habitats, and aquatic/terrestrial resources;
  • Volume reduction, which manages stormwater in a way that mimics pre-development conditions to preserve the natural environment; and
  • Environmental flow maintenance, which manages the intensity, duration, and frequency of flows over a wide operating range.

ACCREDITATION

You can earn up to 1.5 CEUs for participating in the 2-Day workshop. Earn 0.75 CEUs for participating in the 1-Day Advanced workshop.

  

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT

Register before February 28, 2020 to receive the early bird discount. 

Please note that a minimum number of registrations are needed by March 11, 2020 for the workshop to proceed. Please register early to avoid cancellation.

  


AGENDA

Day 1 (Beginner-Intermediate)

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Day 1 focuses on introducing the theory, concepts and tools available for EPA SWMM5 stormwater and wastewater modeling using PCSWMM. Lectures are interspersed with real-world hands-on exercises, with plenty of time for one-on-one interaction with the instructor.

TOPICS INCLUDE

Introduction to EPA SWMM5 and PCSWMM, hydrology and hydraulics theory, model construction, discretization and parameterization (including GIS integration), model validation and model inference, with a focus on urban stormwater and/or sanitary modeling including flood management, storage facility design, and system evaluation using both design storms and continuous modeling.

Day 2 (Advanced Watershed Modeling

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

DDay 2 focuses on advanced watershed modeling using EPA SWMM5/PCSWMM. We highly recommended that you have already participated in the Day 1 training of a PCSWMM workshop if signing up for only the second day (1-day advanced watershed modeling).

TOPICS INCLUDE

  • Building and calibrating a watershed model using open-access, online data resources;
  • Conducting rainfall/streamflow analyses of existing conditions;
  • Representing proposed development and quantifying downstream impacts; and
  • Evaluating the hydraulic performance of proposed improvement alternatives to minimize impacts.

WORKSHOP FEES

REGULAR REGISTRATION

2-day full training: $1,195.00
1-day advanced only: $595.00

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT

Receive a 10% discount if you register by February 28, 2020.

STUDENT DISCOUNT

Full-time students (with proof of status) are entitled to a 30% discount.

FEES INCLUDES

The workshop fee includes a 60-day single user license for PCSWMM Professional 2D software, workshop training materials, the Urban Drainage Modeling Workbook, the Rules for Responsible Modeling guide, complimentary lunch, beverages and snacks.

Please note that ALL prices are subject to applicable taxes.


REGISTRATION & MORE INFORMATION

Visit our training website to register and for more detailed information, including what we provide, what you need to bring, instructor bios, and more:

QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS?

If you have any questions or comment, please contact our workshop coordinator. 

WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THERE!

Please take a moment to forward this workshop reminder to any potentially interested colleagues.

   

   meghan@chiwater.com
   519-767-0197 ext 1001 
   www.chiwater.com​

147 Wyndham Street N
Suite 202
Guelph, ON
N1H 4E9 Canada

                        

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