Surface Water Master Class Series (ForesterMedia)

Webinars have been trending for some time now since they are one of the means by which persons can connect and learn across different geographic locations in an easy an efficient manner. Even though our company may not be able to fund such training at this moment I am still taking the opportunity to forward any such pertinent information for those of you who have credit cards and can afford to register.

Please note the information below on a new webinar offered by Forester University.


New Series!
Surface Water Master Class

8 Sessions | 12 PDH / 0.12 CEUs!

Live Mar. 8 – Jul. 21

Surface Water

Join industry expert and former two-time IECA president, Dr. David T. Williams, for our 4-part live and on-demand master class series exploring surface water behavior, effects, and techniques from the first rain drops to stream restoration.

In this comprehensive series we’ll dive into the surface water details starting with a look at rainfall and runoff (hydrology), its effect on rivers and the surrounding environment (hydraulics), how water forms the changing river environment (fluvial geomorphology), and how these concepts and applications effect and are applied to stream restoration. This series offers a comprehensive look at surface water and is a great resource for professionals entering or working within the water, erosion control, and riverine environments and are interested in brushing up on the fundamentals, exploring the techniques available, and discussing real-world application best practices.

This Master Class Series consists of eight 1.5-2 hour live and on-demand presentations and Q&A session (two sessions per topic, 12 PDHs / 1.2 CEUs total) focusing on the following topics.

Learning Objectives:

Mar. 8 & 10: Hydrology 101
(for Those Who Skipped It In College)

Apr. 12 & 14: Hydraulics 1011
(for Those Who Skipped It In College)

May 31 & Jun. 2: Fluvial Geomorphology1
(for Those Who Skipped It In College)

Jul. 19 & 21: Stream Restoration Basics & Techniques

All sessions are available live and on-demand so you may attend at your leisure, and are accompanied by a quiz to test your skills. Learning on your own at home online, or with a group, Forester University’s Master Class Series is designed as an interactive experience with a leading expert in the field.

Miss a session? Not a problem! All sessions and workshops are recorded and available on-demand so you can learn when you want, and where you want.

Group Discount
Train your whole team without the hassle of travel, and at a discounted rate! For a limited time you may register your first attendee and location for $495 and all additional attendees at $319. We’ll provide your group administrator a single logon to access all lectures and workshops to broadcast to your group, and each attendee who attends will receive a certificate.

David T. Williams, Ph.D., P.E., PH, CFM, CPESC, D.WRE
DTW and Associates

Live: March 8 – July 21

Credits: 12 PDH / 0.12 CEU

Price: $495 (1st logon / location) & $319 per additional attendee

This webinar series will be available live on the above dates at 11am PDT / 2pm EDT, and available on-demand after each live event.
Register for the event by clicking the button below.



About WRlibrarian

Currently employed with the Water and Sewerage Authority at the Water Resources Agency, I have created this blog to provide an online presence for the Agency's library. This purpose of this blog would be to inform staff about library related activities, as well as, relevant information that can have an impact on the Agency's operation.
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