Events such as training courses and workshops in England and abroad will be advertised on this page.
The program for this occasion will focus on the technical and social challenges of dam and weir removal in the urban environment. The format of the workshop into a series of parallel session will allow delegates to pick the presentation to suit their particular interest. The wide range of speakers come from across the UK and the rest of Europe. The second day is given over to field trips to see the challenges of weir removal in the field.
The River Restoration Centre (RRC) has a long history of running friendly and informative site visits to really good examples of restoration best practice and innovation. Join this site visit to one of the runners up of the 2017 UK River Prize, and the winner of the Innovation Project category.
The Stroud RsuDs project is located in the catchment of the Stroud River Frome, which rises from the Cotswold escarpment in Gloucestershire. The project arose primarily out of a concerted effort by community flood action groups to reduce flood risk using natural flood management techniques.
A 4-day RHS certification course will take place in Cardiff (Wales) on the 13-16 March 2018
This comprehensive course will cover all aspects of the RHS methodology . There will be extensive field work at a variety of sites to give participants plenty of practical experience. A field and written test will take place on the last day of the course. The course will also feature presentations on applications and a hands-on session on Habitat Quality Assessment and context analysis using a new software for data input, QA and analysis that will be advertised shortly.
The cost of the course is likely to be around £700 for RRC members and £800 for non-members (to be confirmed). This includes course material, transport, packed lunches and refreshments. The fee does not cover accommodation. Please fill in the following form to express your interest in the course or contact us if you want more information.
While the course and tests will be to the standards of the Environment Agency it is important to note that the course certification is not currently recognised by the English Environment Agency. Surveyors who intend to do work for the Environment Agency in England need to attend one of their accreditation courses. The RHS certification course will be an exact replica of the RHS accreditation course and will include additional material on applications and data analyses.
The 19th RRC Annual Network Conference will be held in Nottingham in April 2018.
**Call for Abstracts** – Abstracts are currently being taken for presentations. Deadline September 25th. Submit an Abstract