Hydrology and Water Resources Panel WA
The Hydrology and Water Resources Panel normally holds technical meetings on the second Monday of every month at Engineers Australia, WA Division, 712 Murray Street, West Perth.
Meetings usually commence at 12.00pm with light refreshments followed by a 1-hour presentation from 12.30pm.
Up to date details of meetings, dates, time and venues are advertised in Engineering WA and on the WA Division website.
Flyers are distributed from the WA Division office thorugh the weekly email.
Members of the Institution and others interested in hydrology and water resources engineering issues are always welcome at Panel activities.
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To promote the effectiveness and technical excellence in theory and in practice of hydrology and water resources through development of a cohesive, well represented network of researchers, practitioners and educators.
- To identify the panel's constituency and its views and needs with regard to continuing education, technical support and other services relevant to water engineering.
- To provide a forum for dissemination and discussion of research, practice and experience in water resources and hydrology.
- To promote improvements in educational curricula so that the content and delivery of water engineering courses and prerequisite education are relevant to the working environment of the graduates.
- To represent the panel's constituency on the various committee and boards of the Institution of Engineers, Australia and other relevant organisations and learned societies in the field of hydrology and water resources.
- To promote the profession of hydrology and water resource engineering to the community through public discussion and involvement.
Why you should be involved
Participation in the Panel's activities facilitates your professional development by:
- Expanding your network of professional contacts in the hydrology and water resource field, and
- Contributing to your skills and widening your knowledge.
The Panel welcomes ideas and contributions from resources engineering. Please feel free to contact a committee member at any time.