Part of what makes CPEE different is our ongoing commitment to our stakeholders (that means you) and as such we strive to offer expert training to those of you who require it. For us this means not just stopping by the 'Capital Cities' but taking the training to where its requested, needed and in some cases demanded! The CPEE Short Course Program certainly did this in 2016.
This commitment extends to the offering of 'customised courses' that can be adapted to the requirements of a single employer or in conjunction with an alliance.
We suggest that you take a brief moment to check out the course available and when they will next be offered in your area. Designed to might meet your needs by the experts you turn to.
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Already this year our highly regarded course content and presentations have led to a number of "Customised Courses" being agreed and the NSW Roads and Maritime Services is leading the increasing preference for more specific client focussed content. Large numbers are not necessarily needed as even 10-12 delegates can justify and secure the presenting of a "customised" course in an organisation, at a time and location of your choosing. So don't hesitate to enquire if at all interested.
Launching on the 4th June CPEE is pleased to announce our latest technical one day course, 'Road Haul Design'. With the first course to be staged in Brisbane on June 4 in conjunction with Curtin University, the course has been specifically developed as a result of demand and is ideal for those engineers and engineering technologists working for Consultants, Mining Companies, Contractors and Federal, State, or local authorities impacted by, or involved in haul road development and use.
This Brisbane course will feature Mr Roger Thompson, Professor of Mining Engineering with Curtin University's Western Australian School of Mines who is the co-author of numerous peer reviewed publications in the field of mine haul road design. Roger has also run Australian ARRB mine-site and International workshops in mine road design construction and management. He is also the contributing author of the 2011 SME Mining Engineering Handbook Chapter on Road Design.
The annual Student Excellence Awards program recognises and rewards student excellence across a range of Unit topics.
The Award gives recognition to students who have demonstrated excellence in their performance during the period of consideration, whilst undertaking any of the postgraduate programs, the Graduate Certificate of Pavement Technology, the Master of Pavement Technology, and the Bachelor of Engineering (Professional Honours) "Road Engineering and Construction".
Each award on ofer is to recognise outstanding performance in Units of study from Semester 1 and 2.
CPEE is delighted to inform on the recent developments of one of our major supporters, the ARRB Group, who have launched their "Knowledge Base", a free access to over 7000 full text articles online.
After many years of transitioning previous hard copy document(s) by the experienced land transport information professionals of ARRB's MG Lay Library, this access will provide CPEE students with a wide range of choice and support in gaining additional resource/reference material to assist in their studies.
Access to the knowledge base is gained via http://arrbknowledge.com Your active use is encouraged and welcomed by both CPEE and ARRB Group.