Working with partners – the Environment Agency, HR Wallingford, Jacobs, VolkerStevin and CIWEM - Brunel University London has created the Centre for Flood Risk and Resilience which aims to generate skills and knowledge in key stakeholders of flood risk and resilience, and thereby support the UK Government's Industrial Strategy.
This online eLearning course is designed for existing flood risk professionals (asset managers, partnership managers, flood risk managers) who wish to develop a deeper understanding of coastal flooding and associated science. It will be of particular interest to those who are looking for wider knowledge on flood risk modelling and the science behind it, as well as civil engineering and other graduates looking to develop specific knowledge of coastal flooding.
The focus of this short course is on fundamental processes linked coastal hazards, including floods and coastal erosion. It introduces key datasets and methods used in river flood risk assessment, referring to best practice guidance (e.g. UKCP18). It explores potential changes in coastal processes over different timescales in response to internal and external controls, including climate and sea level change.
Prior to enrolling on this course, we recommended that you have a basic understanding of coastal science, or have completed the free course An Introduction to Flood Risk and Resilience.
Upon successful completion of this online learning module, participants will be able to:
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This eLearning module is particularly designed for new entrants to the water sector and is focused on a general description and overview that demonstrates the way in which flooding can occur and how to mitigate the risk it poses.Enrol now
The focus of this short module is on fundamental processes linked to river hazards, including floods. It introduces key datasets and methods used in river flood risk assessment, referring to best practice guidance (e.g. UKCP18). It explores potential changes in river hydrological/hydraulic processes over different timescales in response to internal and external controls, including climate change..Enrol now