Upcoming Courses

  • August 2017

    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Auckland

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      This one-day workshop is designed for engineers who are involved with the mechanical and structural design of industrial equipment. The workshop will have an emphasis on mechanical items such as pressure equipment (including pipe work) covered by the Pressure Equipment (PECPR) Regulations.
      Course Full
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Christchurch

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      An introduction or refresher to NZS 3910:2013 Conditions of Contract for building and civil engineering works. This course covers structure, application, and explores the roles and responsibilities of the Engineer to the Contract, Engineer’s Representative, Principal and Contractor.
      Course Full
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Auckland

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      This workshop explores other important knowledge areas that contribute towards successful project delivery, such as managing quality, team management, communication, managing stakeholders, procurement systems and integration into the project charter and plan.
      It’s intended for project team members, team leaders or project practitioners who may already be working in project teams and are familiar with the knowledge areas of scope, time, cost and risk management.
      Course Full
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Wellington

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      This one-day course gives you an introduction to the geotechnical design of simple earth retaining walls in New Zealand practice. The course provides an overview of the theory behind the design of retaining walls. This will include an opportunity to work through practical design examples, including seismic design. This course is suitable for professional engineers with two to five years’ experience after graduation.
      Course Full
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 hour

      City:

      Online

      Price:

      $80.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      Conflict is part of life. Whenever more than one person is involved in any situation for any length of time, personal boundaries will start to rub up against each other, different perspectives and attitudes will clash – and conflict will occur.
      Yet many people struggle with conflict and, poorly handled, it can split an organisation apart – whereas personal differences respectfully resolved can transform the working environment into one of openness, trust, and mutual understanding.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Wellington

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      The seminar will focus on the assessment of liquefaction in the engineering practice with direct reference to the recently updated MBIE & NZGS guidelines document, Module 3: Identification, Assessment and Mitigation of Liquefaction Hazards. Special attention will be given to the recent updates and revision of this document resulting from the 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquakes.
      Only 8 places left
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Wellington

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      This one-day workshop is designed for engineers who are involved with the mechanical and structural design of industrial equipment. The workshop will have an emphasis on mechanical items such as pressure equipment (including pipe work) covered by the Pressure Equipment (PECPR) Regulations.
      Only 9 places left
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Tauranga

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      An introduction or refresher to NZS 3910:2013 Conditions of Contract for building and civil engineering works. This course covers structure, application, and explores the roles and responsibilities of the Engineer to the Contract, Engineer’s Representative, Principal and Contractor.
      Only 3 places left
  • September 2017

    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Christchurch

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      The seminar will focus on the assessment of liquefaction in the engineering practice with direct reference to the recently updated MBIE & NZGS guidelines document, Module 3: Identification, Assessment and Mitigation of Liquefaction Hazards. Special attention will be given to the recent updates and revision of this document resulting from the 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquakes.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Hamilton

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      This workshop explores other important knowledge areas that contribute towards successful project delivery, such as managing quality, team management, communication, managing stakeholders, procurement systems and integration into the project charter and plan.
      It’s intended for project team members, team leaders or project practitioners who may already be working in project teams and are familiar with the knowledge areas of scope, time, cost and risk management.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Auckland

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      This course looks at the practical applications of the role and responsibilities of the Engineer to the Contract and the engineer’s representative under NZS 3910:2013 Conditions of Contract for building and civil engineering works. If you have knowledge of and experience in NZS 3910, or you’ve attended the one-day NZS 3910:2013 introductory course, this course is the next step.
      Course Full
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Auckland

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      The seminar will focus on the assessment of liquefaction in the engineering practice with direct reference to the recently updated MBIE & NZGS guidelines document, Module 3: Identification, Assessment and Mitigation of Liquefaction Hazards. Special attention will be given to the recent updates and revision of this document resulting from the 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquakes.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Christchurch

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      This one-day course gives you an introduction to the geotechnical design of simple earth retaining walls in New Zealand practice. The course provides an overview of the theory behind the design of retaining walls. This will include an opportunity to work through practical design examples, including seismic design. This course is suitable for professional engineers with two to five years’ experience after graduation.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Auckland

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      This valuable and entertaining workshop helps participants gain a wider, wiser, more reassuring perspective on the challenges of work – and of ‘Life beyond Work!’.
      Excellent practical tools are shared to help build “mental capital”, along with emotional and physical resilience – to better cope with and enjoy our busy professional lives.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Hamilton

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      The seminar will focus on the assessment of liquefaction in the engineering practice with direct reference to the recently updated MBIE & NZGS guidelines document, Module 3: Identification, Assessment and Mitigation of Liquefaction Hazards. Special attention will be given to the recent updates and revision of this document resulting from the 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquakes.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      Full Day

      City:

      Auckland

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      This course provides a detailed introduction to the relatively new NZS 3916:2013 conditions of contracts, for use when the contractor is responsible for the design. It will explore the key changes from the parent standards NZS 3910, including changes in the roles and responsibilities of Contractor and Engineer, and issues and considerations in its use.
      Course Full
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Dunedin

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      This one-day course gives you an introduction to the geotechnical design of simple earth retaining walls in New Zealand practice. The course provides an overview of the theory behind the design of retaining walls. This will include an opportunity to work through practical design examples, including seismic design. This course is suitable for professional engineers with two to five years’ experience after graduation.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      Full Day

      City:

      Auckland

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      This course will illustrate the inner-workings of AS/NZS 1170.2. Working examples will be presented to show how the Standard should be used in typical structures designed and built in the local construction industry, and a look into the code-writer’s mind in order to help practicing engineers to judge how to apply the simple codified guidelines to the real world problems.
      Engineers or designers that regularly use the code will benefit greatly from attending this course.
      Only 5 places left
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      Full Day

      City:

      Christchurch

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      This course will illustrate the inner-workings of AS/NZS 1170.2. Working examples will be presented to show how the Standard should be used in typical structures designed and built in the local construction industry, and a look into the code-writer’s mind in order to help practicing engineers to judge how to apply the simple codified guidelines to the real world problems.
      Engineers or designers that regularly use the code will benefit greatly from attending this course.
      Only 8 places left
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      Full Day

      City:

      Nelson

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      This course will illustrate the inner-workings of AS/NZS 1170.2. Working examples will be presented to show how the Standard should be used in typical structures designed and built in the local construction industry, and a look into the code-writer’s mind in order to help practicing engineers to judge how to apply the simple codified guidelines to the real world problems.
      Engineers or designers that regularly use the code will benefit greatly from attending this course.
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