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February 13, 2015

Training courses in transportation

Training courses in transportation

Roads and pavements are one of the public sector's most valuable assets and their management requires a good understanding of asphalt, as well as a good knowledge of the key standards of the DMRB, Volume 7. How you manage your practices, both in terms of design and on site, will drastically affect the quality and durability of your transportation surfaces.

Closely aligning with current industry standards, our March training courses for transportation professionals offer complete specialist guidance on specifying and using asphalts in practice, and pavement design using the DMRB.

Specifying and using asphalts in roads and other paved areas with confidence
3 March, Birmingham

This is a useful one day training course that enables delegates to understand, specify and confidently manage the asphalts used in the contruction, maintenance and repair of roads and other paved areas.

Why enrol?

  • Gain clarity on the current standards for asphalts
  • Enrich your knowledge on the factors that contribute to the succesful use of asphalt
  • Be able to identify problems with existing paved areas, including TAR-bound materials, and recognise the range of remedial and preventative measures to deal with them
  • Know how to maintain surfaces in a durable and safe condition and confidently address challenges that occur on site

For more information on this training course, and to book online click below:
Specifying and using asphalts in roads and other paved areas with confidence


Pavement Design using the DMRB
4 March, Birmingham

This popular one day training course provides a comprehensive grounding in the scope and application of the four key standards in Volume 7 of the DMRB for pavement design.

Why enrol?

  • Benefit form specialist guidance on the structure and scope of volume 7 of the DMRB document
  • Enrich your knowledge on the principles of pavement design and asphalt technology
  • Be able to confidently assess traffic loading for design in your projects
  • Understand the principles behind the design of pavement foundations and know how to design pavements

For full information on this training course, and to book online, click below:
Pavement Design Using the DMRB



 


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