|This one day seminar is set to provide for a most interesting day of lectures, covering a broad spectrum of perspectives and diverse range of practical examples regarding shotcrete use and applications|
|Date||Start Nationally 21st March 2011|
|Members Cost||$520.00 inc GST|
|Non Members Cost||$720.00 inc GST|
|Event Contact||Ben Cosson|
|Contact Phone||(02) 9736 2955|
The Concrete Institute has recently published and released the Second Edition of the Recommended Practice, Shotcreting in Australia; which was prepared by the Australian Shotcrete Society. The release of the publication presents an opportune time for the delivery of the 'Shotcrete Essentials Seminar', where an overview of the updates on the First Edition of the Recommended Practice will be provided.
Attendees of this seminar will receive a complimentary hardcopy of Shotcreting In Australia together with a detailed set of course notes.
This unique seminar will provide attendees with examples of work done on recent shotcrete projects and will cover a wide range of cross-sector perspectives on the topic; including perspectives from the point of view of a:
· Consulting engineer,
· Shotcrete researcher, and
· Fibres and Admixture specialists
The program incorporates a series of lectures on shotcrete, developed and led by industry professional and topic expert Dr Stefan Bernard and leading industry experts from each of the above industry sectors. This course provides essentials on shotcrete and knowledge on the topic that is applicable to all industry sectors. The program covers aspects relevant to consulting engineers, suppliers, civil contractors, those in the mining sector, researchers and encompasses practical aspects of shotcrete use. The program further incorporates the latest fibre and admixture technology that continues to pave the way to significantly improve the material properties of shotcrete and its numerous applications.The seminar includes morning and afternoon tea, lunch and after seminar drinks and networking opportunities.
The Institute is further appreciative of the support shown through our seminar supporting partners of Engineers Australia and the Australian Shotcrete Society. Members of the supporting partners attend the seminars at the discount member rates.
Engineers Australia members can choose to record CPD hours for attendance at this event in their personal CPD logs. Members should refer to Engineers Australia CPD Policy for details of requirements and conditions.
The Institute encourages all those interested to click here for further information, full program details and registration.
Together with Engineers Australia and the Australian Shotcrete Society - our supporting partners, the Institute aims to deliver a thorough program that addresses all the necessary considerations regarding shotcrete practice.
The Institute encourages all within industry to pass information on this program onto their colleagues, and staff.