Proactive management of water during operations is essential to creating sustainable practices. This course will explore principle themes of construction site water management, providing delegates to with theoretical knowledge and linking it to practical management techniques. The sessions will draw from varied case studies and reference UK guidance and legislation, however the course will be useful for individuals based anywhere in the world. The course is especially appropriate for those working in a construction environment.
This course lasts eight hours and is delivered through four two hour sessions on interactive video calls (typically Zoom). These sessions are planned to take place over two weeks.
The course will cover:
By the end of the course, delegates will be able to:
Delegates will be asked to submit a short assessment consolidating their learning; preparation of this assessment is likely to take 8 to 10 hours.
Delegates should have prior experience of working in a construction environmental management role, have studied in this field or completed the Environmental Clerk of Works Foundation Programme. Delegates would typically be working in a construction or environmental compliance or consultancy environment.
This course is set at SCQF 11 (Masters Level).
The sessions are due to take place:
- Tuesday 25th/Wednesday 26th Jan (afternoons)
- Tuesday 1st/Wednesday 2nd February (afternoons)