Customized Engineering Training Courses

Itasca provides client-requested training courses on a variety of advanced engineering topics in the application of geomechanics, hydrogeology, and microseismic. Instruction is available either at Itasca or at the client's location and can range in length from several hours to several days depending on the topic and depth of information requested. The course may, or may not, incorporate Itasca software and will focus on providing participants with a recommended approach for effectively analyzing and engineering the requested topic(s). Examples of consulting courses Itasca has provided include: slope stability, dynamic analysis for earthquake simulation, underground tunnels, groundwater flow, and microseismic evaluation.

The training course will be designed to fit your needs and experience. Participants are encouraged to submit sample problems prior to the training session for review and course preparation. Training course costs depend on the course location, duration, preparation time required, and the number of participants (approximately six individuals per instructor is recommended). Course slides and other documents will be provided electronically for each participant.

If you are interested in exploring a customized consulting training course, please complete the following form.

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Customized training courses for introductory and advanced application of Itasca software are also available

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Upcoming Events
8 Mar
FLAC3D 2021 Online, Live Introductory Training
Three days of general feature training addressing basic concepts and recommended procedures for geotechnical numerical analysis.... Read More
22 Mar
3DEC and UDEC 2021 Online, Live Introductory Training
An introduction to UDEC and 3DEC for application to geotechnical analysis.... Read More
12 Apr
PFC 2021 Online, Live Introductory Training
This four-day course provides guidance in the use of the PFC2D and PFC3D to simulate the mechanical behavior of granular and solid mate... Read More