Countdown to the next Dredging for Sustainable Infrastructure Course in March
Worldwide there is an increasingly high expectation that infrastructure projects should contribute to achieving
the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Thus, if you are a dredging professional working on infrastructure
development projects, you are probably working towards achieving sustainable and resilient
solutions that have a positive impact as well. You may even have already purchased the CEDA-IADC book
Dredging for Sustainable Infrastructure but he CEDA-IADC joint course, of the same name, helps to
put the text into context.
What to expect
This second version of the joint course on Dredging for Sustainable Infrastructure is packed full with valuable
knowledge and designed specifically to help you apply sustainable best practice to your dredging
projects. In four livestreamed sessions, spread over four days, three industry experts will address
- What is the role of dredging in the global drive towards more sustainable development?
- How can water infrastructure be designed and implemented in a more sustainable and resilient way while aligning with natural and socio-economic systems?
- How can the potential positive effects of infrastructure development be assessed and stimulated as well as compared with potential negative effects?
- What equipment and which sediment management options are available today?
- A brief introduction to what knowledge and tools are available to make sound choices and control the project.
You can expect to learn from the practical experiences of expert contributors to the book and take
away practical knowledge that you can use right away.
Book your place
The Dredging for Sustainable Infrastructure course will be held online, during March and over four sessions. To
find out more details abour this ooportunity and to book your place in it, visit the course website by clicking the button below!
A participant's perspective
Read Mark Winkleman’s account of his experience of the course, and how it has helped him to
navigate the accompanying book in his blog at www.discoverdredging.com. It details some
of the areas covered and it is well worth a read.