This course shows both beginners and advanced users how to get the most out of ReWaRD 2.8 - the latest version of our embedded retaining wall design program. This is a very practical course, supplemented by short lectures on key aspects of retaining wall design and theory.
Do you know the difference between earth pressures as-built,
at minimum safe embedment, with maximized safety factors, and
at failure - and when these are needed in the design of embedded
retaining walls? Find out on this course.
Delegates should have their own computer with the latest version of ReWaRD installed on it. A temporary licence will be provided to delegates who do not have their own licence for the program.
'Hands-on ReWaRD 2.7' is presented by Dr Andrew Bond (of Geocentrix). Andrew is the architect and chief developer of a number of geotechnical design programs, including ReWaRD®, ReActiv®, and Repute®.
How to book:
- Register on the right for the individual lectures you want to atttend
- Visit our online shopping cart to make your payment for the course
Please contact Jenny Bond at Geocentrix to arrange a course tailored to your needs.
|Price list Hands-on Training
|Online courses (6 lectures)
||Only available in-house
|All prices subject to VAT at applicable rate
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- Subsequent dates are provisional
- All dates are subject to change depending on demand
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Feedback from past delegates
'Very thorough and accomodating for complete beginners'
Alistair Maidman, Suttle Projects
'Excellent introduction to the software, targetted really well considering [I] had no previous knowledge'
Chris Jackson, Halcrow
'Very informative and practical'
Isaac Griffiths, Atkins
Malcolm Wong, Mouchel
'It was excellent and geared at just the right level for my requirements'
A. Binns, Terraconsult
'Excellent course - hands-on examples were particularly useful'
Tim Jeffery, Derbyshire County Council