Empowering geotechnical practitioners with spatial data and tools to support geotechnical investigations
Mineral Resources Tasmania (Department of State Growth) and Land Tasmania (Department of Primary Industries Parks, Water and Environment) in association with the Australian Geomechanics Society recently held a one day training course in Hobart (February 15) and Launceston (February 23), specifically aimed at geotechnical practitioners. A link to the flyer outlining the course objectives is below.
The course was attended by about 20 external consultants and feedback received was generally positive. Depending on interest, this course could be repeated, perhaps in 2017. If you are interested in attending a future workshop please send an email to email@example.com and outline any preferences for course content.