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1 Training Course Brochure 2015 Building Capacity in Rural & Urban Water Management

2 Introduction The WastePro Academy seeks to encourage the use of desktop software applications in the water and environmental management sector both in professional practice and academic institutions. We offer a bouquet of standard and customized training courses within the following categories: MS Office Proficiency Courses Free and Open Source (FOSS) GIS Proficiency Courses Water Modelling Software Proficiency Courses Computer Aided Engineering Design Courses Customized in-plant training programmes can be organized on a one-on-one basis for senior professionals or for small class sizes of up to four participants. Each training course has a modular structure which ensures that participants are well grounded in the essential hydrologic/hydraulic engineering concepts and principles as well as the requisite computer modeling techniques. Microsoft Office Proficiency Courses This category of training courses is provided for water facility managers at the community level on behalf of donor agencies or NGOs. Training is offered at zonal or regional training locations. The funding agency will be required to provide the necessary hardware and software resources. FOSS GIS Proficiency Courses FOSS GIS refers to Free and Open Source GIS software. There are numerous benefits your organization can gain by replacing your expensive GIS software with FOSS GIS software. The software can be installed on multiple computers i.e. official or home use. You can easily download and install updates for free. Most significantly, money saved on software licenses and annual renewals fees can be spent on staff training and development. Our FOSS GIS courses are being provided for water sector professionals with no or limited knowledge of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) who want to become familiar with free and open source software packages such as MapWindow GIS, gvsig, Quantum GIS and SAGA GIS to support the decision making process in their various fields of endeavour.

3 Water Modelling Software Proficiency Courses This category of training courses are provided for professionals and academics who wish to become acquainted with specific industry standard water modeling software packages. The main focus is on practical skills, hands-on exercises and on teaching you how to get the most out of your software. Our software training courses are modular and allow you to build your expertise so as to match the requirements of your job whether you are a new or current user. Computer Aided Engineering Design Courses These training courses equip water sector professionals with the knowledge and skills to harness the capability of various industry standard software packages to accomplish a range of engineering analysis and design tasks. Participants will have the opportunity to work with datasets from real engineering projects. Courses will typically involve the use of more than one software application as such basic level software proficiency in some specific software packages is recommended before you can enroll in these sessions. These courses are highly recommended for early and mid-career graduate engineers in both consulting and public sector organizations. Additional Information Should the training course of your interest not be on the list, please feel free to contact us so that we can arrange for future courses or do a one-to-one course at your office.

4 MS OFFICE FOSS GIS HEC SOFTWARE EPA SWMM EPANET COURSE LIST Software Course Title Fee (-) Water Distribution Modelling with EPANET 250 Advanced Water Distribution Modelling with EPANET 250 Water Quality Modelling with EPANET 300 Design of Small Town Water Supply Systems 350 Design of Urban Water Distribution System 350 Rainfall Runoff Modelling with EPA SWMM 450 Stormwater Sewer Modelling with EPA SWMM 550 Sanitary Sewer Modelling with EPA SWMM 400 Sewer Water Quality Modelling with EPA SWMM 350 Design of Urban Drainage Systems 500 Hydrologic Modelling with HEC-HMS 400 Advanced Hydrologic Modelling with HEC-HMS 250 River Channel Modelling with HEC-RAS 350 Advanced River Channel Modelling with HEC-RAS 250 Bridge and Culvert Hydraulic Analysis with HEC-RAS 250 Flood Risk Assessment in Urban Areas 500 Data Viewing with FOSS GIS 150 Vector Data Processing with FOSS GIS 250 Raster Data Processing with FOSS GIS 150 Map Production with FOSS GIS 200 Advanced Map Production with FOSS GIS 350 Hydrological Analysis with FOSS GIS 350 MS Word 2010 for Water Management 250 MS Excel 2010 for Water Management 250 MS Access 2010 for Water Management 250 MS Project 2010 for Water Management 250 MS PowerPoint 2010 for Water Management 250

5 EPANET COURSE DESCRIPTIONS Water Distribution Modelling with EPANET Advanced Water Distribution Modelling with EPANET Water Quality Modelling with EPANET Design of Small Town Water Supply Systems Design of Urban Water Distribution Systems This 2 day, hands on course provides a practical introduction to hydraulic modelling of water distribution networks using the EPANET computer program. You will learn how to set up and run EPANET models of urban water supply systems and evaluate the simulation results. No pre-requisites are required for participation in this course. However, participants are expected to be familiar with basic theoretical concepts in fluid mechanics and hydraulic engineering. This 2-day course will take participants through the advanced modelling capabilities of the EPANET computer program. Participants will have the opportunity build models from GIS data and perform complex rule-based hydraulic analysis. Attendance at the basic level EPANET course is a pre-requisite before you can enroll on this course. This 2-day course provides a comprehensive overview of the various water quality modelling capabilities of the EPANET computer program. Focus will be on knowledge of the relevant modeling techniques and procedures features of EPANET that will enable you to set up and run simple water quality models and evaluate simulation results. This 3-day training course seeks to introduce participants to the use of the EPANET computer program to design new rural water supply systems. The course modules consist of water distribution modeling theory lectures and computer modeling exercises. Attendance at the advanced level EPANET course is strongly recommended. This 3-day training course seeks to introduce participants to the use of the EPANET computer program to design new urban water distribution systems. The course modules consist of water distribution modeling theory lectures and computer modeling exercises. Attendance at the advanced level EPANET course is strongly recommended. Defining Project Parameters Nodes and Pipes Demands and Demand Patterns Reservoirs and Tanks Pumps and Pump Curves Single/Extended Period Simulations Valve Static Analysis Fireflow Analysis Pumping and Energy Analysis Rule-Based Extended Period Analysis Project Scenarios Water Age Analysis Source Tracing Analysis Constituent Chlorine Analysis Importing/Scaling Background Images Water Demand Estimation Water Storage Requirements Horizontal and Vertical Alignment Hydraulic Design of Pipe Networks Importing/Scaling Background Images Water Demand Estimation Water Storage Requirements Horizontal and Vertical Alignment Hydraulic Design of Pipe Networks

6 EPA SWMM COURSE DESCRIPTIONS Rainfall Runoff Modelling with EPA SWMM Stormwater Sewer Modelling with EPA SWMM Sanitary Sewer Modelling with EPA SWMM Sewer Water Quality Modelling with EPA SWMM Design of Wastewater Collection Systems Design of Stormwater Conveyance Systems This 3 day, hands on course provides a practical introduction to rainfall-runoff modeling. You will learn how to set up and run a hydrological model for an urban catchment with the EPA SWMM software. No pre-requisites are required for participation in this course. However, participants are expected to be familiar with basic theoretical concepts in fluid mechanics and urban catchment hydrology. This 3 day, hands on course provides a practical introduction to stormwater modeling. The aim is to go through the basic and advanced features of EPA SWMM to enable you set up and run a stormwater conveyance model and evaluate the simulation results. No pre-requisites are required for participation in this course. However, participants are expected to be familiar with basic theoretical concepts in fluid mechanics and hydraulic engineering. This 3 day, hands on course provides a practical introduction to sanitary sewer modeling using the EPA SWMM software. You will have the opportunity to set up and run models for both gravity and pressure sewer systems as well as interpreting the simulation results. Participants are expected to be familiar with basic theoretical concepts in fluid mechanics and hydraulic engineering. This 2 day course teaches the fundamentals of sewer water quality modelling and gives you an introduction on how to develop your own water quality models using EPA SWMM. No pre-requisites are required for participation in this course. However, participants are expected to be familiar with basic theoretical concepts in urban water quality. This 3-day intensive course provides specialist training in computer aided design of wastewater collection systems using the EPA SWMM software. It is designed for early to mid career civil/environmental engineering professional involved in urban drainage and real estate development. Attendance at the introductory level EPA SWMM course is a pre-requisite for this course. This 3-day intensive course provides specialist training in computer aided design of stormwater conveyance systems using the EPA SWMM software. It is designed for early to mid career civil/environmental engineering professional involved in urban drainage, flood risk management and real estate development. Attendance at the introductory level EPA SWMM course is a pre-requisite for this course. Rainfall Data Types Overland Flow Routing Infiltration Methods Sensitivity Analysis and Calibration Continuous Simulation Defining Project Parameters Stormwater Model Components Hydraulic Routing Methods Outfall Boundary Conditions Culvert Analysis Sanitary Sewer Model Components Modelling Dry Weather Flows Gravity and Pressure Sewer Analysis Pump Station Analysis Defining Pollutants and Land Uses Buildup and Washoff Functions Pollutant Transformation in Sewers Detention Pond Treatment Delineation of Sewersheds Dry Weather Flow Analysis Hydraulic Design of Gravity Sewers Pump Station Design Delineation of Catchments Terrain Analysis Rainfall-runoff Analysis Hydraulic Design of Conveyance Systems

7 HEC SOFTWARE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS HEC-HMS Hydrological Modelling with HEC-HMS HEC-HMS Advanced Hydrological Modelling with HEC-HMS HEC-RAS River Channel Modelling with HEC-RAS HEC-RAS Advanced River Channel Modelling with HEC-RAS HEC-RAS Bridge and Culvert Hydraulic Analysis with HEC- RAS HEC-RAS/HEC-HMS Flood Risk Assessment in Urban Areas This 3 day course teaches the fundamentals of watershed modeling. Participants will learn how to construct watershed models in HEC-HMS and calibrate the model parameters through optimization methods. No pre-requisites are required for participation in this course. However, participants are expected to have familiar with basic theoretical concepts in urban catchment hydrology. This 3-day training programme is an advanced level hydrologic modeling course and covers topics of precipitation, infiltration, surface run-off, channel routing and model calibration. Participants will use the HEC-HMS software is used to simulate these processes within the context of the urban watershed. No pre-requisites are required for participation in this course. However, attendance at the introductory level HEC-RAS course is recommended. This 2 day course provides a practical introduction to 1-D river channel modelling. Focus will be on the basic features of HEC-RAS that will enable you to set up and run simple river channel with the HEC-RAS software and evaluate the simulation results. No pre-requisites are required for participation in this course. However, participants are expected to be familiar with basic theoretical concepts in open channel hydraulics. This 2 day course provides a comprehensive overview of the advanced features of the HEC-RAS software. Attendance at the introductory level HEC-RAS course is a prerequisite for this course. Attendance at the basic level HEC-RAS course is recommended. This 2 day course teaches the fundamentals of modelling river flows through highway bridges and culverts using the HEC-RAS software. Attendance at the introductory level HEC-RAS course is recommended. This 3 day training course teaches the fundamentals of integrated flood risk assessment using a combination of flood modelling tools. Participants will learn how to develop a flood risk assessment model for an urban catchment by coupling of a hydrologic model (HEC-HMS) and a 1-D hydraulic model (HEC-RAS) to simulate flow dynamics between the catchment areas and river channel and floodplains. Attendance at the introductory level HEC-HMS and HEC-RAS courses is recommended. Defining Project Parameters Creating Basin Models Creating Meteorological Models Computing Simulation Runs Calibration /Optimization of Models Modelling Future Urbanization Modelling Varying Rainfall Patterns Modelling Extreme Flooding Events Calibrating an Urban Hydrological Model Drawing River Reaches Entering River Cross Section Data Entering Steady Flow Data Performing a Steady Flow Simulation Stream Junctions Multiple Plans Mixed Flow Analysis Unsteady Flow Analysis Bridge and Road Deck Geometry Bridge and Culvert Modelling Methods Interpreting Results Importing HEC-HMS Basin Models Precipitation Models for Extreme Events Importing River Geometric Data Importing HEC-HMS Flow Data View and Analyze HEC-RAS Output

8 FOSS GIS COURSE DESCRIPTIONS Data Viewing with FOSS GIS Vector Data Processing with FOSS GIS This 1-day introductory level training course provides hand-on experience on using the key functions of FOSS GIS. Participants will learn how to visualize geographic data, analyze data using common analysis tools and create maps for printing. A basic understanding of the fundamental concepts of Geographic Information Systems is a prerequisite for this course. This 2-day training course provides further training the use of vector data processing tools available in various FOSS GIS packages. Participants will also be introduced to the various attribute table editing tools. Defining Project Settings Adding Vector and Raster Data Layers Viewing Layer Information Changing Layer Display Properties Creating New Shapefiles Merging and Clipping Shapefiles Exporting Shapes to New Shapefiles Spatial Queries Raster Data Processing with FOSS GIS Map Production with FOSS GIS Advanced Map Production with FOSS GIS Hydrological Analysis with FOSS GIS This 1-day training course provides further training the use of raster data processing tools available in various FOSS GIS packages. This 1-day training course provides training on the use of the desktop map production tools available in various FOSS GIS packages. This 2-day training course provides further training on the use of the desktop map production tools and techniques available in various FOSS GIS packages. Participants will learn how to georeference background images as well as create lines and polygons from imported field survey data. This 2-day training course provides further training on the hydrologic analysis tools and techniques available in various FOSS GIS packages. Participants will learn how to delineate watersheds using raster data layers. Converting Shapefiles to Grids Merging and Clipping Grids Raster Calculations Resampling Grids Configuring Map Layouts Inserting and Editing Map Elements Using Templates Exporting/Printing Maps Georeferencing Background Images Importing Survey Data Creating Lines and Polygon from Survey Data Advanced Labelling and Symbology DEM Pre-processing Determining Catchment Areas Determining Channel Networks Determining Watershed Basins

9 MICROSOFT OFFICE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS MS Word for Water Management I MS Word for Water Management II MS Excel for Water Management I MS Excel for Water Management II MS Access for Water Management MS PowerPoint for Water Management MS Project for Water Management This 2-day course introduces participants to the use of MS Word 2010 for creating, editing and printing documents. This 2-day course provides participants with a comprehensive overview of the advanced capabilities of MS Word This 2-day course introduces participants to the use of MS Excel 2010 for data entry, simple calculations and producing charts. This 2-day course provided participants with a comprehensive overview of the advanced capabilities of MS Excel This 2-day introductory level course provides hands-on training on the use of MS Access 2010 to develop a simple database. Emphasis will be on the creation of tables, data entry forms, queries and the generation of reports. This 2-day introductory level course provides hands-on training on the use of MS PowerPoint 2010 for presentations. This 2-day introductory level course provides hands-on training on the use of Microsoft Project 2010 for project management. Emphasis will be on scheduling of tasks, assigning costs and resources, as well as tracking progress. Creating Word Documents Editing and Formatting Text Inserting Symbols, Tables and Photographs Printing Word Documents Page Formatting and Layouts References and Citations Preparing Tables of Contents Reviewing Word Documents Entering Text and Numbers Formatting Text and Numbers Creating Charts Printing Spreadsheets Using Functions and Formulae Filtering Data Importing and Exporting Data Creating Pivot Tables Creating Tables Creating Queries Creating Forms Generating Reports Adding and Formatting Text Adding Tables, Charts and Photographs Slide Effects and Transitions Developing a WBS Inserting Tasks Assigning Resources Tracking Actual Progress Printing

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