MWH Soft announces advanced software training schedule

MWH Soft announces advanced software training schedule

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Colorado, US: MWH Soft announced advanced training offerings for its leading line of water and wastewater hydraulic modelling software. Regularly scheduled training classes will be held in the USA (Arcadia, CA; Broomfield, CO; Ft. Worth, TX) and in Wallingford, UK. The expanded offerings reflect MWH Soft’s reputation for supporting users of its world-leading GIS engineering, modelling, and management software for water and sewer utilities.

MWH Soft has always offered training classes for its core water distribution and collection system modelling software. As its product line has expanded and its user base diversified, the company has expanded its training menu. Highlighted offerings include:
– Best Practice Model Building, Calibration, and Infiltration & Inflow for InfoWorks CS,
– Advanced Water Modeling & Master Planning in H2OMAP Water and InfoWater,
– Introduction to InfoWorks SD,
– Demand Area & Leakage Analysis in InfoWorks WS.

J. Erick Heath, P.E., MWH Soft Vice President — Business Director, Americas, said, “Developing the best tools for modelling and managing the world’s wet infrastructure is only part of our job. Our training team is constantly working to update and broaden our training offerings to keep up with our rapid development pace.”

Best Practice Model Building, Calibration and Infiltration and Inflow is a comprehensive two-day course. It has been designed for advanced InfoWorks CS users. Advanced Water Modelling & Master Planning provides hydraulic engineers with a step-by-step, best-practice approach for developing a sound water system master plan using the latest techniques in GIS data manipulation for hydraulic model construction, analysis and calibration. Introduction to InfoWorks SD is a starting point for anyone new to the InfoWorks modeling suite, focused on learning functions specific to stormwater drainage systems. Demand Area & Leakage Analysis in InfoWorks WS is aimed at InfoWorks WS users who need to identify system losses or want to create real-time operational models.

Source: MWH Soft