Training and Events

Keep up to date with important dates and events

The LGIDA is committed to providing training and events to keep its members and stakeholders up to date. COVID-19 has caused suspension of training and events since March 2020. Resumption of training is now occurring. Contact the Executive Officer on for details of any of the events or training listed below.

Drainage System Design Methods Training Dates

 A further face-to-face training course is likely to be held on Thursday 16 and Friday 17 May 2024 at a regional venue that is dependent upon the levels of interest and availability of a venue for up to 25 attendees. It may be subsidized for LGIDA member Council representatives. The training will be provided by Stormy Water Solutions. It has been over six years since this training was offered, and now incorporates developments of ARR 2019 as well as computer modelling changes. 

Please forward your initial registration of interest to by close of business on Thursday 22 February 2024.


RORB modelling software Training Dates

To be advised.

Town Planning for Engineers Training

The most recent (face to face) training was held at Ballarat by Bespoke Training (Glossops) in June 2023. 


Sustainable Infrastructure Guidelines Engineers

LGIDA has been advised recently that pitt&sherry, who developed the Sustainable Infrastructure Design Guidelines in 2018, has had to postpone the Webinar presentation to Tuesday 20 February 2024.

The webinar will be commencing at 9.00 a.m. The presenter will be  Anna Butler, a consultant engaged by pitt&sherry (she was formerly employed by them and participated in the development of the webinar). She has kindly offered to run the session on pitt&sherry’s behalf. Please allow up to four hours from 9.00 a.m.

 Further details have been provided as to the platform and program times have now been confirmed by pitt&sherry. You can still send your  registration of interest to by close of business on Friday 16 February 2024.  The TEAMS connection can be forwarded to those have registered and who wish to attend.  The cost of this training will be fully subsidized by LGIDA for member Council representatives as well as for stakeholders.


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