Flood Estimation Handbook users training course

Improve your industry knowledge with our upcoming Flood Estimation Handbook Users course

Looking to further your flood hydrology expertise? Don’t miss our upcoming Flood Estimation Handbook User training course, which is suitable for delegates of all experience levels.

Designed to give you the opportunity to build on industry knowledge and discover practical advice from our in-house technical specialists, our courses are the perfect way to learn from industry experts.

Flood Estimation Handbook Users – Book your place here
(Three days, delivered as 6 half day sessions)

Pre course webinar – 2nd November 2021

Module 1 – 10th November 2021

Module 2 – 11th November 2021

Module 3 – 16th November 2021

Module 4  – 18th November 2021

Course close out – 23rd November 2021

What does the course cover?

Our Flood Estimation Handbook Users course is a more advanced course and aims to give you hands on experience using the methods detailed in the Flood Estimation Handbook.

This course covers all the latest guidance and findings from ongoing research, including the REFH2 method, FEH13 design rainfalls, small catchments research, climate change / latest non-stationarity guidance, and FEH local guidance.

By the end of this course you will have an understanding of:

  • The key principles of the FEH
  • The sources of hydrometric data used in FEH methods
  • The steps involved in the FEH statistical and ReFH2 methods
  • How to use the FEH web service, WINFAP, ReFH2 and related software
  • Options for dealing with unusual catchments including urbanised, permeable and small catchments
  • How to record and check the calculations in accordance with industry guidelines
  • Common pitfalls and how to avoid them

About the trainer

James Molloy BE(Hons) MEngSc

James is a technical specialist in flood hydrology, hydrometry and flood risk modelling, working in consultancy since 2012.

He has aided the delivery of numerous flood risk modelling studies for JBA, on a range of catchment types across the UK and Ireland, utilising his knowledge of statistical Flood Estimation Handbook methods and Flood Study Update methods, alongside urban rainfall-runoff models.

Want to know more?

Book your place for the Flood Estimation Handbook users course click here.

The course price is £600 excluding VAT per attendee.

More details about the specialist training course we provide can be found by visiting our dedicated Training Course page.



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