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    By the end of this course, participants should be able to benchmark sustainability performance through achieving a certified IS Operations rating and drive continuous improvement into the future.

    Successful completion of this course, participants will achieve accreditation as an IS Accredited Professional (ISAP) and be recognised as an experienced IS rating scheme professional.


    This training is suitable for operators (this could include people dealing with operations, maintenance or associated capital works), consultants and infrastructure planners who want to understand the detail in the IS Operations rating scheme.

    Learning Objectives

    • Explain the key concepts and costs and benefits of the IS rating scheme
    • Identify material issues and map key risks & opportunities using the IS weightings assessment
    • Identify suitable base case resource use data for comparative benchmarking with current monitored data
    • Find key information in the IS Technical Manual
    • Interpret IS categories and credits and describe appropriate evidence for the pursuit of a certified IS rating

    Price: $255 


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    By the end of this course, participants should be able to explain the intent and application of the economics category and develop initiatives to advance sustainability outcomes through the IS rating scheme.

    Course format

    • 2 hour interactive webinar
    • facilitated by category author
    • rapid application


    1. Explain the structure of IS v2.0 and summarise and compare the updates or additions 
    2. Discover the different approaches to each credit and analyse possible evidence to be presented 
    3. Propose potential opportunities and describe the principles to be applied to maximise outcomes 
    4. Design an initiative which summarises supporting categories and lists potential collaborators and contributors for amplifying your impact

    Date and Time

    31 May | 11.30-1.30pm (EST)


    Member: $125 (excl GST)

    Non Member: $155 (excl GST)



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    The Introduction to Infrastructure Sustainability is an entry level session and is suitable for anyone who is interested in Infrastructure Sustainability or needs an overview and introduction to the IS rating scheme.

    ISCA member price $125+GST per person.

    Non-member price $155+GST per person. 


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ISCA Events

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    In collaboration with Transurban, ISCA is organising a free industry forum in QLD to discuss challenges and opportunities around sustainable materials use in roads.

    The intent of this session is to deliver an industry forum that facilitates collaboration and enhances the application of sustainability principles within the roads sector.


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    The inaugural Infrastructure Sustainability Summit ‘Enabling sustainability through infrastructure’ in Auckland on Thursday June 7, 2018.

    ISCA are hosting their inaugural New Zealand one-day Infrastructure Sustainability summit. The summit will explore how infrastructure can deliver better social and environmental outcomes and the most important local issues for delivering resilient, sustainable infrastructure in New Zealand. One of ISCA’s founding members, Arup, are the platinum partners for this event with Downer Soletanche Bachy and Liberty Onesteel silver partners.


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    Come along and celebrate the ISv2.0 launch with speakers including:

    • Helen Willoughby, Group Manager, Department of Jobs and Small Business,
    • Dr Mark Harvey, Research Manager, Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities,
    • Ainsley Simpson, Acting CEO, ISCA,
    • Nicole Boyd, Development Manager, ISCA.

    Tickets are limited - register today to avoid disappointment.


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Webinar 21 February & 6 March | Infrastructure Sustainability Training for Suppliers

Event date: 21-02-2018 1:00 pm - 06-03-2018 3:00 pm

Infrastructure Sustainability Training for Suppliers - customised training for the IS Supply program


By the end of this course, participants should be able to define and articulate their organisation’s IS value proposition.

Course Format

  • 2 x 2 hour interactive sessions
  • Delivered using a virtual meeting room

Course Outline

  • Partnering with ISCA: how your business can gain a competitive advantage through ISCA
  • The IS rating scheme: identify relevant aspects of the IS rating scheme for your product or service
  • Sustainability outcomes: communicate how your products and services help achieve sustainability outcomes through the IS rating scheme
  • Future IS Opportunities: map future IS market opportunities

A maximum of 40 participants will be accepted for each webinar.

Date & Time

Session 1: 21 February 2018 | 1:00pm - 3:00pm (Sydney time)

Session 2: 6 March 2018 | 1:00pm - 3:00pm (Sydney time)


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IS Training for Suppliers



All fees are quoted are per person, in Australian dollars and exclude GST. ISCA Member discounts are applicable to employees of member organisation only. All credit card payments will incur an additional 3.5% fee. 




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All fees are quoted are per person, in Australian dollars and exclude GST. ISCA Member discounts are applicable to employees of member organisation only. All credit card payments will incur an additional 3.5% fee.

Once registration and payment is received a confirmation email will be issued.

Where discounts apply in relation to date of payment, payment must be received by ISCA by the applicable date to be eligible for that rate. Where payment has not been received by the end of discount date, unpaid invoices will be amended and reissued with the applicable fee.

All accounts must be paid in full 21 days from the invoice date or 3 business days before the event start date, whichever comes first. The organisers reserve right, without notification, to cancel outstanding accounts any time after 30 days from date of invoice being sent. If payment is not received prior to the event, access may be granted only after full payment is made via credit card or cash onsite. Late processing fees may be applicable.

Refunds will only be issued for cancellations as follows:

Notice period


Cancellation more than 60 calendar days before the event

refunded in full

Cancellation between 30 to 60 calendar days before the event

75% fees refunded

Cancellation within 30 calendar days before the event

No refunds available

Registration may be transferred if notification is given at least 5 business days before the event. Please note that any difference in fees must be paid if the replacement registrant is not entitled to the same rate. (For example if the replacement registrant is not a member but the original registrant is a member). No refunds will be provided for transfers to a lower fee item.

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ISCA reserves the right to alter, amend or cancel all or any of the arrangements contained in the program.

ISCA accept no responsibility for delegates' late or non-arrivals due to events outside of its control.

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