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Introduction to Integrated Water Management

Introduction to Integrated Water Management

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We live in challenging times. Globally, fresh water is an abundant resource, yet there are still hundreds of millions of people worldwide who do not have access to a safely managed clean drinking water source and sanitation facilities. Demand from agriculture, manufacturing, electricity generation and domestic use will continue to grow, making fresh water one of the most contested resources on the planet. At the same time our climate systems are changing with drought and flood becoming more common and severe. How can we continue to secure reliable, good quality and affordable supplies of water and adapt our water systems to be climate resilient without degrading the ecosystems in which we are embedded and on which we rely?

Who should enrol? This online course is for those wanting to gain a foundational understanding of integrated water management (IWM). It will benefit anyone involved in water management, including professionals from local or state government, utilities, consulting firms, NRM groups, researchers, and students.

Delivery Mode? This online course is delivered over 4 weeks and includes self-paced learning modules with optional live discussion weekly.

Course Fees:
• General Registration - $715 (GST Inc)
• Group Discount - $644 (GST Inc): For Organisations that send 3 or more participants
• IWC Alumni - $572 (GST Inc): Special Discounted Rate: For Water Leadership Program or IWC Postgraduate study graduatesPlease contact the IWC team at IWC_training@griffith.edu.au who will provide you with the special discount code.
• Low Income Country Registration - $572 (GST Inc) If you want to check eligibility of your country please contact IWC_training@griffith.edu.au

Upcoming Dates: Our next course will commence on Monday 5th August 2024.

Please note that the delivery of this course is subject to Griffith University meeting the minimum enrolment numbers for the course. If in the event the course does not meet minimum enrolment numbers you will be contacted to either transfer your registration to the next course delivery or provide a refund.