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Join us today and unlock your full potential for success in the rapidly changing world of engineering and technology. UW-Madison’s College of Engineering (COE) is a leading professional development organization dedicated to empowering engineers and technical professionals with the skills and knowledge necessary to thrive in their fields. We offer a wide range of cutting-edge courses designed to enhance professional growth and provide opportunities for career advancement. Our expert instructors, both faculty and industry veterans, deliver engaging and practical training sessions that bridge the gap between theory and real-world applications. Whether you are looking to deepen your expertise in a specific technical area, stay abreast of the latest industry trends, or broaden your skill set to adapt to evolving challenges, UW-Madison’s College of Engineering is your trusted partner in engineering professional development.

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Slope Stability and Landslides

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  • Cancelled
    May 7-9, 2024 (D239)
    Face-to-Face Madison, WI
Learn how to investigate, analyze, design for, and remediate unstable soil and rock slopes, excavations, earth retention, and embankments. This course also covers: Shear strength and soil/rock properties Slope stability investigation, analysis, program demonstration, and reporting Case histories for landslides, rock falls, embankments, cut slopes, excavations and more

Soil Engineering for Non-Soils Engineers and Technicians

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  • Sep. 4-5, 2024 (D375)
    Face-to-Face Madison, WI
Learn how and when to select soil tests, interpret investigation and specifications, and apply sound soil principles into your projects. Through practice-based examples, you'll understand the three main engineering properties of soil strength, settlement, and permeability. In addition, you'll learn applied soil compaction, soil improvement techniques and the use of geosynthetics in earthworks. Upon completion of this course, you will have information directly applicable to your workplace and be prepared to continue on your own with further study of soil and ground engineering.

Solid Waste Landfill Design

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Developing or expanding a successful solid waste landfill requires extensive planning, a clear understanding of landfill engineering practices, and careful technical design and delivery. This course will guide you through the development process from start to finish. Interactive learning with group discussion and idea exchange will be emphasized. Learn about the critical factors of solid waste landfill design, operations, evolving industry issues, and economics from a diverse, highly experienced, and expert course faculty. 
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