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Water: Tribal Training

2011 CWA Curriculum

The following training opportunities will be available in 2011:

diamond1 Indicates that a particular course is specifically targeted to those involved with tribal programs.

100–level courses

100–level courses provide a foundation and the fundamentals for an understanding of CWA programs and how those programs function. Knowledge and skills obtained through these courses will give attendees a more focused view of the requirements and challenges involved in developing and implementing water quality programs.

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AQUATOX and its Application to Columbia River Fisheries diamond1
Base and Competitive Funding Processes and Developing a Good Work Plan under the CWA Section 319 Tribal Program diamond1
EPA Mining Training for Tribes diamond1
Integrating Quality Assurance into Environmental Monitoring Programs diamond1
2011 National Tribal Water Quality Conference, Posuwageh (Water Meeting Place), Where Clean Water Act Sections 106 and 319 Meet diamond1
Roadmap to Managing Nonpoint Source Pollution: Developing your CWA Section 319 Program diamond1
Water Quality Standards Academy - Basic Course
Water Quality Standards Academy Basic Workshop for Tribes diamond1

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200–level courses

200–level courses are designed for individuals who require more in–depth training to develop tribal water quality programs under their own water quality codes or to prepare them to pursue more mature water quality programs under the CWA. The 100–level courses lay the foundation and framework for the 200–level courses.

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2011 EPA Tribal Stormwater Workshop (Stormwater Controls for Tribal Industrial and Construction Sites) diamond1
Region 9 Webinar for Tribes on NPDES Pesticides General Permit (PGP) Requirements and How to Submit an Application diamond1
Tribal Data Management, Developing QC Review Procedures and Data Analysis diamond1
Tribal Webinar: WQX Web v2.0 and Submitting Biological and Habitat Data diamond1
Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Operation, Maintenance, and Management Training for Tribal Operators and Leaders diamond1

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300–level courses

300–level courses provide more advanced administrative, technical, policy and regulatory training. These courses focus on "real–world" situations that tribal reservation programs may face in implementing water quality programs under the CWA in every–day situations. These courses provide the degree of training that tribes will require to develop, manage and administer sophisticated water quality programs. The 100– and 200–level courses are a recommended pre-requisite to the 300–level courses.

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NPDES Permit Writers' Training Course

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