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The Watershed Academy is a focal point in EPA's Office of Water for providing training and information on implementing watershed approaches. The Academy's self-paced training modules, webcast seminars and live training courses provide current information from national experts across a broad range of watershed topics.
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Watershed Academy Web
Watershed Academy Web offers more than 50 self-paced training modules that provide a broad introduction to the watershed management field.
A Watershed Management Training Certificate is available to trainees who complete 15 modules and pass the module self-tests. More than 2,500 trainees have received certificates to date.
EPA's Watershed Academy sponsors free Webcast seminars. Offered on a monthly basis, live webcasts are conducted by expert instructors on a range of watershed topics including low impact development, the Clean Water Act, watershed protection and planning, nutrient management, and much more. Participants can register to participate in a live webcast or view the presentations and listen to the streaming audio of archived webcasts.
Live Watershed-Related Training Courses
The Watershed Academy teaches several courses, and also provides contact information on many watershed courses taught by others.
- Links to Live EPA Training Courses
- Key EPA Internet Tools for Watershed Management: A Hands-On Computer Training Course
The Watershed Academy houses several types of watershed-related publications.
Information Transfer Series documents are technical references that supplement our live and internet based training courses.