This one-day workshop will provide practical overview of the new standards and key changes in the TTM practice to achieve compliance. 

Key learnings will impart a better understanding of best practice TTM and explore the potential for substantial cost savings by reducing the level of TTM and the subsequent costs for a wide range of low impact and short-term activities without a reduction in safety. Offered in three locations:

📅15 October 2021, Cairns 

📅 1 December 2021, Maroochydore

📅8 February 2022, Brisbane

👉 Register today, with up to 6 CPD hours available.

IPWEAQ's online discussion forum, PW-TV also features a session on TTM Toolkit by Craig Moss. Now available on Knowledge Centre

Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Professional Development Manager | 07 3632 6807, should you have any queries

Streets and pathways are the building blocks of every residential neighbourhood. Planning therefore affects our quality of life eg our connectivity, access to green spaces, bikeways, walkways, access to public transport etc.

Meet the needs of your community by understanding the principles of good street design at the next Street Design for Practitioners workshop.

📅 2 December 2021, Brisbane

👉 Register today, with up to 8 CPD hours available.

Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Professional Development Manager | 07 3632 6807, should you have any queries.

Engage with regular online presentations on issues affecting the sector, designed to enhance your continuous professional development.

UPCOMING!  Debbie Laporte, Founding Director of Orterra a Brisbane based landscape architecture practice, will address Optimising Street Trees and Green Spaces, in the upcoming episode of Tech Talks on PW-TV, 29 September 2021.

This episode will explore:

- Why trees are so important in our streets

- What are some of the considerations before planting street trees

- What does ‘best practice’ look like when planting trees

Don’t miss out, register today, 1 CPD hour available.

Please contact, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Event Coordinator | 07 3632 6828, should you have any queries.

Supervisors play a crucial role in the Civil or Public Works sectors. Apart from technical skills, supervisors must also be skilled at planning, scheduling, estimation, logistics and project management.

They must also be able to communicate, lead and develop people, maintain harmony and efficiency, while maintaining safety on the worksite.

This workshop blend the essential management, supervisory and technical knowledge and skills required to supervise construction projects effectively.

📅1-2 December 2021, Darwin

👉 Register today, with up to 12 CPD hours available.

Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Professional Development Manager | 07 3632 6807, should you have any queries.

 

The quarterly Engineering for Public Works (EPW) journal is valued for its technical and industry-specific content.

Our September issue is now live! You can contribute to our next issue by becoming a published technical author and gain up to 45 CPD hours for papers published in our journal. 

 

 

 

The Lower Order Road Design Guidelines has been developed to assist practitioners with a risk-based approach for the design and construction of lower order assets held by local government in Queensland.

To assist with the implementation of the Lower Order Road Design guidelines, this training program has been developed that provides key stakeholders with the relevant knowledge and skills to apply the strategies embedded in the document in a practical and consistent way

📅3 November 2021, Townsville

📅18 November 2021, Rockhampton

📅16 February 2022, Darwin

👉 Register today, with up to 7 CPD hours available.

Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Professional Development Manager | 07 3632 6807, should you have any queries.