In any major construction project - whether it be the development of a new road, a rail embankment, an earth dam or preparation for a new building - earth needs to be excavated and relocated.
The process for these works is covered in this two-day course, including the compaction process, quality controls, testing and many other elements essential to a successful operation. As a participant, you’ll be exposed to various earthworks models - geotechnical, laboratory, analytical, and design - as well as their limitations.
You’ll come away from the course being able to identify soil and rock properties, problem materials and identify testing requirements for quality control. You’ll also learn how to apply earthworks design and construction to your own projects.
Participants will be given access to the ‘Introduction to Earthworks’ video presentation.
Once you have completed the Earthworks course, we recommend you register for Earth Structures.
Is this course for you?
We’ve designed this course for those with some previous knowledge or experience in soil mechanics. It’s ideal if you’re also involved in the investigation, design and construction of earthworks. The course will be particularly useful for civil engineers, geotechnical engineers, project managers, inspectors, site engineers and other construction staff.
- A degree or diploma training in Civil Engineering or Geology, or
- At least five years of experience on earthworks-related projects.
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