TRAINING & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
T & PD Support Sub-Committee firstname.lastname@example.org VACANT, Coordinator
FOCUS OF SUB-COMMITTEE
Be the first reliable resource for hydrologic operators to go to for answering questions, getting assistance, and training needs.
Objectives: Create an educational program for operators covering all facets of hydrologic warning. Offer opportunities to foster networking amongst hydrologic warning providers. Group is tasked with exploring the viability of certification programs.
NHWC Texas Hydrologic Best Practices Training Workshop
October 19-20, 2011 Fort Worth, TX
A two-day seminar/workshop sponsored by the National Hydrologic Warning Council and the Tarrant Regional Water District. Designed for:
- Owners and operators of high hazard dams and levees
- River authorities
- Emergency managers
- Floodplain managers
- Flood control districts
- Public works officials
- Drainage and flood control engineers
- Owners and operators of existing flood warning systems
NHWC Member? NHWC MEMBER
(Before October 1st is $150; after is $175)
Not a NHWC member? JOIN NOW!
Still not a NHWC Member? Register here: NON-MEMBER
(Before October 1st is $175; after is $200)
Only attending a single day? SINGLE DAY
(For NHWC Members: Before October 1st is $75; after is $100)
(For non-members: Before October 1st is $100; after is $125)
TRAINING & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT NEWS
Comments wanted! We have drafted a document that begins to describe the training needs for major areas identified in the hydrologic warning community.
Please click on the following link Training Areas to review the draft. Then, please share your suggestions by emailing them to us at email@example.com. Thanks!