|Last week I assisted at two training courses RRC were holding up in Warrington. We held the Hydromorphology for River Restoration (Level 2) training on Thursday 17th October at the Warrington Deaf Club.|
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"I found the "Hydromorphology for river restoration" training extremely valuable and was packed full of useful information to help in delivering restoration schemes in the Derbyshire Derwent Catchment.
It has given me confidence in identifying the pressures and impacts of natural processes on a river, and how these can be addressed in a well-designed restoration scheme.
I look forward to playing "River Detective" in the field, and I am now confident in the data that needs to be collected and assessed before scheme implementation."
Earlier this week we held a training course in Cookstown, Northern Ireland, for the Rivers Agency local area staff, entitled Introduction to Hydromorphology for River Management. 29 participants from engineering and design backgrounds attended the training event which aimed to identify the main hydromorphological features and processes of rivers.