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IRP (PIEVC) Online Workshop

Feb 20, 2018 11:30AM to Mar 2, 2018 01:30PM

Infrastructure Resilience Professional (IRP) On-Line Workshop

Continuing Professional Development On-Line Workshop

Integrating Climate Risk into Infrastructure Development: The PIEVC Protocol

Engineers Canada is pleased to partner with Risk Sciences International (RSI) to offer this on-line version of the introductory workshop on the PIEVC Protocol for infrastructure climate risk and vulnerability assessment.

This workshop will provide participants with information about, and practice with Engineers Canada’s PIEVC Engineering Protocol, a practical tool and process that systematically assesses the risks of extreme weather and future climate on public infrastructure. Developed between 2007 and 2012 in partnership with Natural Resources Canada, the Protocol is a structured procedure using standard risk assessment science to assess and fully document the vulnerability of infrastructure to the impacts of current and future climate at a screening level.

This workshop consists of four (4) two-hour modules delivered through an on-line video-enabled webinar platform, and a one (1) final exam. Presentations and exercises will illustrate real life applications through hands-on, small group exercises using a case study approach that will include developing strategies and recommendations to address the identified climate vulnerabilities.

February 20, 22, 27, March 1 and March 2, 2018
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. EST

Fee: $795 (plus applicable taxes) (for professional development and recognition as meeting IRP course requirement)

Fee: $475 (plus applicable taxes) (for professional development only)

Fees cover course instruction and presentation materials in pdf format. Participants will be sent information to access the four sessions following completion of registration and payment. Note that this training is intended for individual instruction, and not for groups under a single registration.

Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan
Achieving a Safe & Prosperous Future Through Engineering & Geoscience