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Short Course Update and Presenter Receive Major “Thumbs Up”

The Centre for Pavement Engineering Education (CPEE) is very pleased to have received such positive feedback following presentation of our updated short course ‘Pavement Maintenance and Rehabilitation – Understanding and Evaluating Options’ in Sydney last week.

“Thank you for a knowledgeable two days of training.”

As is usual practice with CPEE courses, delegates were asked to provide feedback to assist us to improve course offerings and to better meet our educational and training objectives. In addition to providing feedback on the course structure and content, many delegates went out their way to provide positive additional comments, especially for presenter Geoff Webb.

The following is a sample:

“Geoff did well to navigate varied audience and road networks i.e. rural and urban. Really enjoyed the course! Thanks!”

“Presenter is the best I’ve seen!”

“Geoff is very knowledgeable and passionate with many stories to support learning.”

“Thank you for a knowledgeable two days of training.”

“Excellent organisation, presentations and printed material. Very convenient venue. Thanks a lot.”


CPEE is delighted to have received such excellent feedback for this practical course as considerable work has gone into revising the content to give delegates the knowledge and practical understanding to enable full evaluation of pavement maintenance and rehabilitation options, and their most beneficial use.

With this course to be presented in Melbourne (May 1-2), Brisbane (May 23-24) and Adelaide (November 6-7) there will be good opportunity for others to benefit but be quick to register as such courses often reach “Full house”.

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