One-day training course
About this course
|Type|| Classroom training
|Topic||Rivers drainage and flooding|
The course takes attendees step by step through the basis and requirements of current criteria and methods for delivering compliant surface water management systems. It provides them with an understanding of the inputs, outputs and parameters required in commonly used tools and models (including the uksuds.com tools) – and how to assess whether the right or sufficient information has been presented with drainage submissions. This one-day course assumes that attendees are already familiar with the concept of SuDS and are aware of the requirements of the non-statutory SuDS standards (Defra, 2015). The focus is on the requirements for developments in England, but Welsh, Scottish and Northern Ireland requirements are be touched upon where appropriate.
The course content is spread over one day with discussion and debate sessions, allowing attendees time to review and critique sample drainage submissions, become familiar with runoff and storage estimation tools, and understand and evaluate the suitability of key scheme characteristics.
However, it may also be of value to other SuDS practitioners, regulators and other environmental consultants.
At the end of the course, the participants will be aware of and understand the key criteria and requirements of current standards, and understand how to design and approve surface water management systems that:
The participants will also:
Other tutors: Helen Udale-Clarke
Helen project managed the delivery of the CIRIA SuDS Manual and 2012 Climate Change Risk Assessment. She is an experienced trainer – and has recently delivered courses on Low Impact Development in China.
Lots of information, knowledgeable lecturers, good to have examples to practice and go through after.”2018 delegates
"Answered many of the myths about SuDS extremely well.”
“Really enjoyed the course ... Confirmed lots of different applications. Was worried that one day would not be sufficient, one day was perfect.