Due to COVID-19 and a shift in the way companies do business, many users of CivilGEO software are working from home. These circumstances present new challenges but also new opportunities to boost your knowledge and improve your skills. Think of it this way: Your commute time now becomes crucial learning time.
Equip yourself and your employees with the knowledge needed to make the most of your investment in state-of-the-art software.
Our Experts, Your Turf!
Private onsite courses offer your team the opportunity to get the best possible training on HEC‑RAS and HEC-HMS using CivilGEO’s software—the most powerful hydrology and hydraulics modeling software available.
We can provide standardized and customized training. Learn from the experts that develop, maintain, and support HEC-HMS and HEC-RAS. Upon completion of this training, you will have a thorough understanding of our software and the know-how to perform your engineering projects with complete confidence.
The primary focus of this training course is to provide “hands‑on” experience. Participants will be trained using a learning-by-doing approach, which means use of CivilGEO’s software in “real‑world” modeling scenarios. Combining this training with an “in‑house” project allows participants to bill the training to an actual project while earning continuing education credits. The training course focuses on the application of the software to a variety of standard engineering problems. In addition, CEU (continuing education units) or PDH (professional development hours) are provided to all course participants.
Official HEC-HMS and HEC‑RAS Training, Wherever You Are!
With live online delivery of our training material by expert HEC-RAS and
HEC-HMS modelers, you gain maximum flexibility and access to CivilGEO’s software specialists from anywhere in the world.
This training course is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of our software’s capabilities for hydraulic engineers, hydrologists, and project managers of all experience levels who are involved in floodplain studies, bridge and culvert replacements, hydrologic routing, stormwater modeling, event infiltration, and other HEC‑RAS as well as HEC-HMS modeling work.
Through “real-world” examples, participants will develop their own models and simulate different design alternatives. Tips and tricks to increase overall proficiency and productivity are provided throughout the training.
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