Welcome to the Australian Water School (AWS)

AWS has been transferred to a new custodian Water Research Australia, ensuring the water industry continues to receive demand-driven and industry-designed professional development and training to up-skill and share knowledge across water industry professionals.

AWS has continued to go from strength to strength delivering high-calibre online training, focusing on significant, innovative or critical advances in water science, technology and management. The webinars, live training and on-demand training, provide a learning and discussion forum for the water industry globally. Attendees come from across widely varying roles including science, engineering, technical, planning, policy, environment, agriculture, mining, asset management and manufacturing.

What’s coming in 2022

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Upcoming online live training

2

Feb

Webinar: Just for fun: recreational hydraulics

Applying hydraulic concepts to artificial whitewater parks, wave pools, waterslides and more!

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3

Feb

Live Course: Uncertainty Analysis in Groundwater Modelling

Develop confidence in decision-making by learning how to manage uncertainty in modelling results

Date: Thursday, 3 February, 2022 - Thursday, 10 February, 2022

Location: Online

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16

Feb

Webinar: Urban pipe network modelling

Hydraulic calculations that are important for pipe network modelling

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2

Mar

Webinar: Froude, Dude!

From first principles to present applications

Location: Online

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On-demand Training

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Python for hydrology and hydrogeology

Explore Python programming for water modelling.

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Sediment Transport with HEC-RAS

Learn how to predict sediment movement, along with mud and debris flow measuring capabilities, using the latest version of HEC-RAS.

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Structures with HEC-RAS

Hydraulic modelling of bridges and culverts

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MODFLOW groundwater modelling

Practical introduction to groundwater flow models. Simulate steady and transient flow in an irregularly shaped system in which aquifers can be confined, unconfined and mixed.

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