RRC Courses and Workshops

Training > RRC Courses and Workshops
The River Restoration Centre (RRC) has a long history of facilitating and hosting a range of different training courses which include presentations and interactive sessions where participants will be expected to work through technical examples and, where applicable, a site visit to consolidate learning.
Our training courses are open to anyone who has an interest in the topics including: NGOs, trusts, statutory agency project managers, consultants, contractors, and early-stage researchers interested in linking science to practitioners’ needs. 
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Course title and information


3rd July 2019

Cranfield University, Bedfordshire

Mapping Historical Floodplains using Hydrogeomorphological Survey

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(either or both courses)

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4th July 2019

Cranfield University, Bedfordshire

Mapping Surface Runoff and Flood Storage Opportunities for NFM

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September TBC  

Hydromorphology for River Restoration (Level 2)

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October TBC  

Developing a Catchment-wide Restoration Plan

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November TBC

Cranfield Desktop Assessment

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View the Events Archive for more information on previous RRC Training Courses

Our courses
Introduction to Hydromorphology Hydromorphology for River Restoration
(Level 1) (Level 2)
Developing a Catchment-wide
Restoration Plan
Mapping for
Natural Flood Management
River Habitat Survey
Certification Course

The RRC also supports and helps to facilitate external workshops run by other organisations. From promoting to presenting and organising we can help make workshops a success.

As well as stand-alone workshops we also hold a range of workshop sessions at our Annual Network Conference. You can find out more about these workshops at our previous conferences, on our Conference Page.

If you would like us to help with your workshop, please contact us.