Watershed and stormwater professionals face ever-increasing regulatory requirements, prompting a need for more staff, more technical expertise, and more resources. The Center is dedicated to providing these practitioners with the skills and the tools they need to do more effective and efficient watershed work. We offer technical training on specific watershed management topics through our annual Watershed and Stormwater Webcast Series and our on-site training. We have also trained our audiences through university courses, videos, webinars, institutes, and conferences. Our goal is to understand the training needs of the client and to tailor our training materials to suit unique training objectives and budgets.
Since 2009, the Center has been providing high quality webcasts for stormwater and watershed professionals. Over the past six years, an estimated 17,000 professionals have participated in the Center’s webcasts.
If you have to miss a 2017 live webcast, you can purchase and view it within 60 days of the original airing.
The Center provides customized on-site training for watershed and stormwater professionals so that they can better understand, select and apply the most appropriate protection and restoration strategies for their watersheds.
Our workshops can be tailored to meet the needs of a wide range of audiences, including watershed groups, engineers, government personnel, stormwater managers, developers, watershed planners, public officials, environmental organizations and others interested in watershed protection. Training workshops generally run from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and range from 1-3 days. Half-day training sessions are also available. A typical workshop day may include some combination of the following:
Our staff can speak on a wide variety of topics, including:
You can select from this wide range of topics, or Center staff may develop new sessions designed to address your unique training needs.
Workshop costs vary widely depending upon the length of the workshop, the degree of customization required, and the course materials provided. Cost includes preparing materials and providing two to three technical speakers per day. Additional fees include reproduction of support materials and travel expenses. A detailed scope of work and budget is prepared on a case-by-case basis for every workshop. The Center reserves the right to assign the most appropriate technical staff to the workshop.
For more information on training contact Laurel Williamson at firstname.lastname@example.org.