- Research project
- – Western Pacific
We provide custom-designed courses for organisations of all sizes – from small businesses, through to large enterprises. Our custom-designed courses tailored and contexualisaed for each client and often include a combination of class-room based learning and practical experiences, incorporating the concepts and principles of integrated water management.
We have provided custom-designed courses to organisations and groups across the world since 2006. In our courses we:
Our customised training courses are individually designed to match clients’ needs and professional interests. We customise our programs to accommodate participants’ time frame, English skills, location, group size and other requirements.
Our approach is to facilitate highly participative and active learning through a range of classroom workshops (~60% course time) and field-based activities (~40% course time) with scientific experts and industry leaders.
Learning activities can include:
We use a range of training venues through-out Australia, depending upon the course topics. Courses longer than 2 weeks usually involve multiple classroom and field venues, such as The University of Queensland (Brisbane), Griffith University (Brisbane, Gold Coast), Stradbroke Island Research Station (Moreton Bay), Sunshine Coast, Cairns, Gladstone, Melbourne.
We also develop and deliver in-country customised courses.
Courses can be designed to strengthen knowledge and skills in any of these IWM themes, or in one or more specific topics, including:
We developed a 2-week training program, to be delivered to 25 participants, including staff from central agencies, such as BAPPENAS, National Planning Board, Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Public Works and Housing and Ministry of Agriculture, as well as representatives from local agencies from two provinces, three districts and one city.
The delivery methodology included the following components:
Specific topics discussed during the training included, but were not limited to: