Training Programme on Water Sensitive Urban Design and Planning at Building and Neighborhood Scale by CSE from 6-9 August '19 at Nimli, Rajasthan, India

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Training Programme on Water Sensitive Urban Design and Planning at Building and Neighborhood Scale by CSE from 6-9 August '19 at Nimli, Rajasthan, India

Training on Programme on Water Sensitive Urban Design and Planning at Building and Neighborhood Scale
Date: 6- 9 August 2019
Venue: Anil Agarwal Environmental Training Institute (AAETI), Nimli (Tijara), Rajasthan
Language of Instruction: English


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Background
Water problems jeopardise the survival of millions of people in urban India. Rapid and unregulated growth of towns and cities is a key reason for unsustainable water management. The current water model primarily focuses on supply side management and emphasize on the energy as well as resource intensive centralised urban water management. The increasing demand–supply gap and deteriorating environmental conditions are increasing the need for environment friendly alternatives. It is important to take up the challenge in controlling and judiciously using natural resources to reduce our ecological footprint. This can be done by using water-sensitive urban design and planning (WSUDP) approach which integrates the urban water cycle, water supply, wastewater, stormwater and groundwater management. This approach contributes to sustainability and livability, particularly when considered part of an overall urban strategy.

Recognising the importance of WSUDP at local level, School of Water and Waste, Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) is organizing a four day training programme on “Water Sensitive Urban Design and Planning” (WSUDP). This training will focus on the components of WSUDP – designing Rainwater Harvesting (RWH) systems, Sustainable Urban Drainage System (SUDS) and Wastewater treatment, recycle and reuse using Decentralized Waste Water Treatment system (DWWTs) at neighborhood and building scale.

Aim:
The aim of the training is to mainstream decentralised WSUDP through capacity building of practitioners involved in planning and management of urban infrastructure.

Learning Objectives:

- Developing community of practice in WSUDP sector
- Exposure and use of key tools and approaches for existing and upcoming policies, programmes and projects
- To generate awareness about BMPs, state of art knowledge in the area of WSUDP

Program Design: August 6-9, 2019
The training programme will follow a mix method approach involving lectures, in-class exercises, interactive discussions and audio-video training support. The participants will get the opportunity to plan and design water sensitive urban systems including RWH and DWWTsas part of ‘Do It Yourself ‘- group exercise. It will also include field visit to showcase relevant water sensitive features in a building.

Day 1: Concepts of green buildings and WSUDP

This module will focus on the essential elements of green buildings with reference to latest design and guidance documents. Measures to reduce water consumption within a building and neighbourhood would be discussed. There would be dedicated sessions providing overview of the aim, benefits and the components of WSUDP for any new developments and redevelopments.

Day 2 and 3:SUDS, RWH and local reuse of treated wastewater

This module will start with introduction to diverse interventions and new urban design processes aligned to storm water management at different scales. This will be followed by urban RWH and the potential it holds in augmentation of water resources by using public spaces to recharge local groundwater resources and local storage. This will also focus on the wastewater component of WSUDP and local reuse of treated wastewater using decentralized wastewater treatment (DWWT) systems. This module will impart skills on planning anddesigning of water sensitive structures, their techno-economic feasibility, operation and maintenance measures etc.

Day 4: Hands-on exercises for planning and designing

This module will focus on imparting hands-on skills for planning and designing of WSUDP structures. This will showcase examples of best management practices (BMPs) and provide platform for do-it-yourself exercises in groups for planning and designing with case examples at neighborhood and building scale.

Target Groups

Architects, planners, engineers and other water and sanitation professionals working with consultancies, design firms, non-profits, government departments & agencies, research institutions and academic centres.

Course Fees:

For Indian Participants:
Rs. 20,400 (for double occupancy accommodation)
Rs. 26,400 (for single occupancy accommodation)

For international participants:
590 USD (for double occupancy accommodation)
760 USD (for single occupancy accommodation)

Limited full and part fellowships available

Full Fellowship includes travel, boarding & lodging costs and training kit & fees costs. Accommodation on double sharing basis and group pick-up & drop for local travel from pre-defined locations.

Part Fellowship doesn't include to & fro Delhi travel (from your respective location) costs. However, it covers all other costs mentioned above.

Special Offers

- 15% off for group participation (2 or more) from the same organization
- 30% off for college students
- 30% off for full-time working representatives from registered NGOs

TO APPLY
Please visit: bit.ly/2MsQWFk

Or email your request to:

Shivali Jainer, Deputy Programme Manager,
Water Programme, CSE
+91-11-40616000 (Ext: 244)
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Dhruv Pasricha,
Research Associate,
Water Programme, CSE
+91-11-40616000 (Ext: 322)
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