Training in SuDS and WSUD for professionals working in the built environment
Flooding and water management have become key subjects in recent years for those working in the built environment. Legislation and government strategies are steadily encouraging a more sustainable approach to water management, which will affect not only all new development, but will increasingly influence regeneration plans to make property more resilient to extreme weather events.
This course is aimed at all those working within the Built Environment, whether as designers, planners, clients, decision makers or those involved in construction. It will develop the participant’s understanding and benefits of Sustainable Urban Drainage (SUDs) and Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) approaches, multi-discipline design, planning aspects and community engagement, and will support the Welsh Government’s Water Strategy: Land Use and Environment
The course will be delivered through a blended approach including some self-directed e-learning and two workshop sessions. It’s anticipated that the course will entail 20 hours of study overall.
The course is 100% subsidised to employed (including self-employed) individuals who live and/or work in any of Wales’ Convergence areas.
The course comprises both workshops
This course is delivered by the expert consortium of Illman Young and Energy Protection Group (EPG).