An online presentation covering the content of Module 5ASpecifications for Ground Improvement in residential areas prone to liquefaction’ is now available on IPENZ’s learning webpage. This is a free resource available for geotechnical professionals.

You can also download the document free of charge from our NZGS library here.

Viewing the presentation and undertaking a quiz can be claimed as Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours.

This learning module is the first release of a joint education initiative between the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, NZGS and IPENZ and will run over the next few years.

Note: you will need to register to access the module.

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