22 March 2023
This accredited training course is designed for experienced users wishing to further their knowledge of Flood Modeller. By the end of the course, you will have an appreciation for several initialisation and runtime errors that can occur when using Flood Modeller and understand how to fix these. You will learn how to use a number of review tools within Flood Modeller to diagnose problematic areas of your model and understand how these can be improved upon. You will also gain experience using the latest automation tools and obtain detailed insight into the use of structures.
The training course is provided through a series of presentations, practical exercises and additional self-learning materials, which include complementary training videos.
You will cover a range of topics through the training, including:
Additional online and in-person versions of the course are available, see below or on the course page for more information.
This course is approved by the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management and attendance will contribute toward your continuing professional development (CPD).
If you have any queries about this event, please contact Marion Neale at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adam Parkes, Senior Modeller and Hydrologist
Adam has been using Flood Modeller for more than 15 years. He has delivered many training courses, including our introductory and advanced Flood Modeller courses, hydrology and a number of bespoke courses.
Konrad Adams, Senior Developer and Forecasting Specialist
Konrad has been using and developing Flood Modeller for more than 20 years and has delivered training for the last 10 years. He regularly delivers training, including the 1D modelling, 2D modelling and flood forecasting courses.
The in-person version of this course is delivered in one day. The course starts at 09:30 and finishes at 17:00.
The online version of this course is delivered across two-days. It consists of four sessions, with each session being delivered across a two-hour period. Two sessions are delivered each day with the first session in the morning followed by a second session in the afternoon.
Prior to the training, you will receive a detailed document which provides all the information you need to undertake the course, including the agenda, links to the various resources, and details on how to access Flood Modeller.
Each attendee must provide their own laptop to undertake the training. However, a one-month Flood Modeller Standard edition training licence (worth £600) is provided to each attendee.
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