On-demand training

Take control of your own learning anywhere, anytime with AWS On-Demand Courses.

Our courses present you with a wealth of information at your fingertips, and our commitment to ensure you receive industry-designed professional development and training has been enhanced by our new offering.

Participants can gain access to knowledge-based content in real time, anywhere and at anytime. Employers can deliver AWS On-Demand Courses to their employees without pulling them away from their jobs and the new knowledge can be immediately applied to the organisation – when it’s actually needed.

Choose from a wide range of  industry-designed online training courses designed to quickly take you from ‘not knowing’ to ‘doing’.

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On-demand: Python for hydrology and hydrogeology

Explore Python programming for water modelling.


Thursday, 1 January, 1970 12:12

Presenters: Luk Peeters, Chris Turnadge, Vincent Post

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On-demand: 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.


Thursday, 1 January, 1970 12:12

Presenters: Martin Teal, Krey Price

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On Demand: Structures with HEC-RAS

Hydraulic modelling of bridges and culverts


Thursday, 1 January, 1970 12:12

Presenters: Krey Price, Evan O'Brien

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On-demand: HEC-RAS Essentials 1D & 2D

Master the powerful features of HEC-RAS by building 1D & 2D flood models


Thursday, 1 January, 1970 12:12

Presenters: Krey Price, Con Katsoulas

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On-demand: QGIS for water modelling

Use QGIS in catchment and stream delineation for adding and visualising hydrological data.


Thursday, 1 January, 1970 12:12

Presenters: Hans van der Kwast, Kurt Menke

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On-demand: 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.


Thursday, 1 January, 1970 12:12

Presenters: Konrad Miotlinski

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