ARR Course #1: Rainfall Design Inputs
Learn what the most important inputs are, where to find them in the data hub and how to use them for rainfall design.
In this 3-hour intensive training course our experts will guide attendees through the importance of design rainfall for flood estimation.
Attendees will increase their knowledge of the different rainfall related design inputs in Australian Rainfall and Runoff, including Intensity Frequency Duration (IFD), temporal patterns, spatial patterns, and tips and tricks for their application. We will also investigate the differences between historical and design rainfalls, and issues associated with development of rainfall models for design flood estimation in ARR.
Format: Take course at anytime, at your own pace with unlimited course access until Jan 2022.
Cost: AUD$195 (includes GST) or combine with the full ARR Series and save 25%
Contact: Joel Voortman
Or register now for this individual course in On-demand.
Throughout the course attendees will be shown practical working examples, learning hands-on how to use and apply different rainfall related design inputs, including:
Key concepts/topics covered
• design rainfalls
• very rare design rainfalls
• temporal patterns
• how to get IFD data
• how to use ARR data hub
• how to select which temporal pattern to use
The course is delivered through 5 sequential units via the learning platform
- 3-hour recording of the live session
- Pre-and-post-course materials to go through via the learning platform.
- Course Manual.
- Ability to access all the online course materials until Jan 2022. The pre-readings/videos and manual/s are available for ongoing learning.
Australian Rainfall and Runoff (ARR) is the national guideline document, data and software suite for the estimation of design flood characteristics in Australia.
Originally published in 1958 by Engineers Australia, ARR 4th edition was released in 2019 with support of the Commonwealth Government of Australia and Geoscience Australia. With national applicability, balancing the varied climates of Australia, it is a pivotal framework to the safety and sustainability of Australian infrastructure, communities and the environment. The information and the approaches presented in Australian Rainfall and Runoff are essential for policy decisions and projects involving:
- infrastructure such as roads, rail, airports, bridges, dams, stormwater and sewer systems;
- town planning;
- developing flood management plans for urban and rural communities;
- flood warnings and flood emergency management;
- operation of regulated river systems; and
- estimation of extreme flood levels.
ARR 4th edition is a major update to guidelines, the first in 30 years and consists of The Guidelines and associated Data hub and software.
The ARR On-demand Training Series is designed to be taken individually. Each course is highly practical and hands-on (ie; not simply a PowerPoint of lectures), turning ARR policy and research into practice.
To provide the best desired learning outcomes, setup in a quiet space with dual monitors (ie one screen with the session recordings and the other with the software/exercise that attendees can work on simultaneously). The courses are not designed for a board-room setup.
Dependent on the course, attendees will be interacting and developing models, learning software, working through exercises and case studies. Where relevant, attendees will also have homework between courses.
What’s included within each of the 8 On-demand courses in the series:
- 3-hours of session recordings to view as many times as required;
- Ability to ask questions to the presenters at anytime through the learning platform;
- PDF manual of the course. The manual is recommended for ongoing use;
- Any working models / software’s necessary as per instructions in individual course, downloaded from the learning platform before starting the session recordings;
- Some courses have Exercises / homework to complete between courses;
- Pre-reading and viewing materials;
- Ability to access all the online course materials for a month. The pre-readings and manual are available for ongoing learning;
- Attendees earn CPD hours/points (ie with Engineers Australia) for at least 5 hours per-course (therefore 40+ hours for the Series).
Pre-course reading and video watching is encouraged.
A good internet connection and software and downloads as described in the learning platform. To provide the best desired learning outcomes, setup in a quiet space with dual monitors (ie one screen with the on-demand recording and the other with the software/exercise that attendees can work on simultaneously). The courses are not designed for a board-room setup.
On completion of the course attendees will be issued with a Certificate of Participation.