Survey for river models training course

Join us for our upcoming specialist training course: Survey for River Models.

Following our recent lunchtime webinar Introduction to surveying for flood management, we’re excited to invite you to the latest training course in our specialist series covering topics from across the flood risk and environment management industry.

Survey for River Models – Book your place here.

Module 1 – 28th September 2021

Module 2 – 29th September 2021

 What does the course cover?

This bespoke course is ideal for land surveyors, hydraulic modellers and project managers involved in topographical surveys and model building/management.

Designed to give you a practical understanding of how to specify and undertake an optimised river model survey, you’ll receive industry specific advice on planning, managing and carrying out surveys for 1D and 2D river models.

After completing both modules, surveyors will have a better understanding of how river models work, and modellers and managers will have the knowledge to successfully plan and execute a river model survey.

About the trainer

Delivering this course on Survey for River Models will be Robbie Cowan, JBA Consulting Technical Director and Chief Land Surveyor.

A chartered land and engineering surveyor with 28 years professional experience in surveying, Robbie has worked on a wide range of projects including topographic, hydrographic, land use and measured building surveys. In his role at JBA he leads an in-house team of surveyors and survey assistants, and he is also the current Chair of the RICS Geomatics Professional Group Board in Scotland.

Discover more about some of the projects Robbie has worked including Reservoir Spillway Surveys in Galloway and Topographical surveying in the Outer Hebrides.

Want to know more?

Email our Training team to book your place on this course.

The course price is £340 (+VAT) per attendee.

For more information about training courses provided by JBA Consulting, visit our dedicated Training Course page.

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