Lake & Reservoir Management training from DTL
04 April 2017
Unlike rivers and streams, lakes and reservoirs are typically store water for use or protection of the environment. As a result they can pose a hazard to those downstream and can be an asset or a liability to their owners. Some can be subject to legislation which attracts a criminal liability.
Their vulnerability means they require more careful and complex management than most structures. Often the legislation means that a number of activities are legally required and the individuals who manage them have to be trained to a particular standard.
Comprehensive reservoir management training solutions
Develop Training Ltd (DTL)’s comprehensive portfolio of reservoir management courses provides effective training suitable for engineers entering the industry through to those responsible for supervising others, and even engineering managers:
- (WRE2) Reservoir Inspection
This two-day training course incorporates City & Guilds assessment and accreditation, and provides delegates with the knowledge to undertake effective inspections of reservoirs.
- (WRE1) Reservoir Supervision
This is a five-day training course for engineers with responsibility as reservoir supervising engineers within the terms of the Reservoirs Act 1975. It is also suitable for engineering managers looking to gain a detailed insight into reservoir supervision and related procedures.
- (WRE3) Soil Mechanics for Supervising Reservoir Engineers
This three-day course is designed for supervising engineers under the Reservoirs Act 1975 or civil engineers with responsibility for headworks, reservoir safety and remedial works.
- (WRE4) Hydraulics and Hydrology for Supervising Engineers
This is a three-day course for supervising engineers under the Reservoirs Act 1975 or civil engineers seeking such an appointment. It is also suitable for civil engineers with responsibility for headworks, reservoir safety and remedial works.
For further information on any of our courses or to discuss your training requirements, our friendly team will be pleased to assist. Call today on 0800 876 6708 or e-mail email@example.com.