IWC training projects
- Integrated water management training projects
- Water, sanitation and hygiene training projects
- Healthy river basin training projects
- Sustainable urban communities training projects
- Leadership training projects
Australian Awards Fellowship Round 15 - Enhancing Peru’s water supply practices through Integrated Water Management
Professionals working in water-supply management in Peru spent three and a half weeks with IWC in Australia as part of the Australian Awards Fellowship Round 15, to increase their integrated water management (IWM) tools and knowledge for the improvement of water-supply practices in urban and rural Peru.
IWC designed and delivered a six-week program on Training Trainers in Irrigation and Sustainable Water Resources Management, with a domestic component of 5 weeks and a re-entry week in Pakistan. The program design included subject expertise in irrigation and adult education as well as site and institutional visits.
A customised training program to enhance water leadership skills in consulting staff.
Twenty Indonesian water professionals visited Australia for a three week training program in August under the Australian Leadership Awards Fellowships program.
IWC hosted 16 Fellows from ANA, the National Water Authority of Peru, for a month-long training program under the Australian Leadership Awards Fellowships.
International WaterCentre hosted ten fellows from Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Laos, Indonesia (5) and Philippines for two weeks.
The project developed integrated frameworks that support enhanced understanding, evaluation and management of the water resources of Peru.
In 2011 IWC delivered a custom-designed course in integrated river basin management to 15 professionals from the Yellow River Conservancy Commission.
In 2012 IWC delivered a professional development program to 14 professionals from the Yellow River Engineering Consulting Company. During the 24-week long program the participants deepened their knowledge and skills in integrated water management.
Monitoring and Assessing for Health of Estuary and Coastal Waters - Australian Leadership Award Fellowship 2012
In 2012 IWC hosted 15 professionals from the Pearl River Water Resources Commission (PRWRC) during a professional development program with the intent to gain new insights and knowledge into monitoring and assessing health of estuary and coastal waters in the context of integrated water management.
In 2012 IWC hosted 19 professionals from the Ministry of Water Resources, China, who deepened their skills in integrated water resource management and leadership during a professional development program.
River Health Management in the Pearl and Yellow River, China - Australian Leadership Award Fellowship 2011
In 2011 IWC hosted 21 professionals from the Yellow Rivers Conservancy Commission, China, during a four week professional development program to explore the river health management in the Pearl and Yellow Rivers, China in an integrated water management context.
In 2011 IWC hosted 10 professionals from the Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Studies (CRAES), where during a three week professional development program they carried out river health assessment for Chinese rivers in an integrated water management framework.
In 2013 10 staff from the Department of Groundwater Resources, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Thailand, participated in a 10 day professional development program where they deepened their skills in groundwater resource management.
Integrated Water and Sanitation Management in the Context of Climate Change - Australian Water Leadership Fellowship 2010
In 2010 IWC hosted 20 professionals from various key Indonesian water agencies (BAPPENAS) during a four week professional development program to explore integrated water and sanitation management in the context of climate change.
Water and Sanitation in an Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) Context - Australian Leadership Awards Fellowship 2011
In 2011 IWC hosted 20 professionals from the Ministry of National Development and Planning (BAPPENAS), and other organisations in Indonesia, during a three week professional development program to broaden their skills in water and sanitation in an integrated water management context.
Water Supply Sustainability through Integrated Water Management - Australian Leadership Awards Fellowship 2013
In 2013 IWC hosted 14 professionals from the Nepal Town Development Fund (TDF) during a four-week professional development program.
IWC, on behalf of the Department of Environment and Natural Resource Management, facilitated stakeholder workshops and processes to identify the most appropriate management arrangements to support the implementation of the South East Queensland (SEQ) Natural Resource Management Plan.
The CRC for Water Sensitive Cities brings together the inter-disciplinary research expertise and thought-leadership to undertake research to revolutionise water management in Australia and overseas.
The AUD $3.9 million River Health and Environmental Flow in China Project was managed by the IWC from August 2009 to March 2012 under the Australia-China Environment Development Partnership (ACEDP). The project aimed to improve China’s national approaches to water resource management in the areas of river health and environmental flow assessment and implementation.
Three day training workshop for water managers from across Indonesia to build capacity to implement IWRM.
Water Supply Management in the Context of Integrated Water Resource Management - Australian Leadership Award Fellowship 2010
In 2010 the IWC conducted a ten-week training program in Water Supply Management in an Integrated Water Resources Management context for a group of professionals from the Indonesia Water Supply Association (PERPAMSI).
In 2009 the IWC hosted 17 professionals from the Ministry of Water Resources in China during a professional development program to broaden knowledge on Integrated River Basin Management.
In 2009 the IWC hosted professionals from the Philippines National Water Resources Board and affiliated organisations who broadened their skills in integrated water resources management.
Water Supply Management in the Context of Integrated Water Resource Management - Australian Leadership Award Fellowship 2009
In 2009 the IWC hosted six professionals from PERPAMSI, Indonesia’s Water Supply Association who were on an AusAID sponsored Fellowship Program to deepen skills in water supply management in the context of integrated water resources management.
Integrated water management: Capacity building program for Libyan Environment General Authority (EGA)
Libya may only have 50 years of groundwater left before it runs dry. A team of IWC teaching staff visited Tripoli to run an eight day workshop for senior staff of the Libyan EGA to explore solutions to this issue.
Institutional support for education and training in water and sanitation, public sector linkages program
The project aims to strengthen the capacity of Timorese higher education institutions, staff and students in engineering, especially within the water and sanitation fields.
IWC delivered a four-day training course in Brisbane for 18 participants with a science communication toolbox for effectively communicating their scientific data.
In 2008 the International WaterCentre hosted ten water professionals from China’s Yellow River Conservancy Commission (YRCC) in a seven-month long professional development program.
The International WaterCentre was commissioned by the Network of Asian River Basin Organizations (NARBO) to deliver a training workshop based on the Vu Gia -Thu Bon river basin in Viet Nam during February 2009.
The International WaterCentre in partnership with Monash University's National Urban Water Governance Program, delivered five capacity building and leadership workshops, in five Australian cities in 2009.
The program creates platforms for future leaders from diverse backgrounds to exchange experiences, build networks and gather knowledge through a practice-oriented approach to be sustainable future leaders.
International WaterCentre's CEO, Mark Pascoe, worked with World Vision Australia, WaterAid and the AusAID Water Group to deliver workshops raising awareness on AusAID’s Safe Water Guide in June 2006.
Institutional Strengthening for the Adoption of Integrated Water Resources Management - Australian Leadership Awards Fellowship 2007
International WaterCentre and QUT developed a training program "Institutional Strengthening for the Adoption of Integrated Water Resources Management" in integrated water resource management for the National Water Resources Board (NWRB) of the Philippines.