DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR SMALL COASTAL STORMWATER OUTLETS

The aim of this course is: to provide training to relevant municipal personnel and practising engineers by presenting comprehensive design guidelines for small coastal stormwater outlets. The following aspects will be covered, namely: coastal processes; design methods; beach usages; aesthetics and location; shoreline changes and scour; protection of the outlet; water quality; and to list applicable legislation. Recommendations on the construction of small stormwater outlets will also be made.

Scheduled dates:

  • 23 January 2020 – Stellenbosch
  • 28 January 2020 – Port Elizabeth

Targeted attendees:
This course is for all employees within Municipal Engineering Departments. Other staff from municipalities may also register for this course subject to capacity. A maximum of 50 attendees per course will be registered and preference will be given to staff from Engineering Departments.

Course Content:

  • Module 1: Introduction
  • Module 2: Coastal processes 1
  • Module 3: Coastal processes 2
  • Module 4: Guidelines for design 1
  • Module 5: Guidelines for design 2
  • Module 6: Construction guidelines
  • Module 7: Case studies and discussion 1
  • Module 8: Case studies and discussion 2
  • Attendees questions and final discussions

There is no charge for attendance of this course by staff from Local Municipalities, however registration is essential. Attendance without a registration number will be not be allowed.

Design Guidelines for Small Coastal Stormwater Outlets:

708 kBCourse Overview
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CAPACITY BUILDING IN URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING

The aim of this course is to empower municipal engineers and engineering staff to have a basic understanding of the theory, concepts, definitions, practices and procedures underpinning the Profession of Planning. The point of departure is not to train engineering staff to become Urban and Regional Planners but to enable such members of staff to engage with planning specialists and related applications such as spatial plans, land development applications etc.

Scheduled dates:

PLEASE NOTE: No courses will be run while the national State of Disaster for COVID-19 is in effect. 

• IMESA Capacity Building Course 1: Durban – t.b.a
• IMESA Capacity Building Course 2: Port Elizabeth – t.b.a.
• IMESA Capacity Building Course 3: Cape Town – t.b.a
• IMESA Capacity Building Course 4: Polokwane – t.b.a

Targeted attendees:
This course is for all employees within Municipal Engineering Departments. Other staff from municipalities may also register for this course subject to capacity. A maximum of 50 attendees per course will be registered and preference will be given to staff from Engineering Departments.

Course Content:

  • Module 1: Need for Capacity Building and Orientation.
  • Module 2: Policy and Legislative Framework Guiding Planning.
  • Module 3: Spatial Development and Layout Design.
  • Module 4: Human Settlement Planning and Development.
  • Module 5: Building, Construction Management and Development Control.
  • Module 6: Transportation, Sectoral Plans and Engineering Services.
  • Module 7: Environmental Management, Planning and Development.
  • Module 8: Integration of Professions involved in Spatial Planning and Development.

There is no charge for attendance of this course by staff from Local Municipalities, however registration is essential. Attendance without a registration number will be not be allowed.

Capacity Building in Urban and Regional Planning:

245 kBCourse Overview
537 kBEnrolment Form

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