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Upcoming Training

Check these out - SITCOM training e-newsletter and SITCOM Training e-newsletter.  Sign up to receive SITCOM training e-newsletter by contacting Penny Pohle at penny@wisconsinlandwater.org

Partner Training Programs Catalogs, Publications, Websites

2017 Northwest Operational Area Training Catalog (Note:  Area staff and technicians have first priority for attendance.  Inquire with trainer/coordinator for registration availability)

2017 Northeast Operational Area Training Catalog (Note:  Area staff and technicians have first priority for attendance.  Inquire with trainer/coordinator for registration availability)​

2017 Southwest Operational Area Training Catalog (Note:  Area staff and technicians have first priority for attendance.  Inquire with trainer/coordinator for registration availability)

2017 Southeast Operational Area Training Catalog (Note:  Area staff and technicians have first priority for attendance.  Inquire with trainer/coordinator for registration availability)

Phragmites australis: Keeping Momentum (Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department's publication)

Conservation Professional Training Program

SnapPlus Training Opportunities 

NRCS Training Catalog

EPA Webcast Archive

DATCP

Dept Natural Resource

Lynda.com (technology training)

Conservation Professional Training Program

The Conservation Professional Training Program recently launched a new website to streamline course registration and provide valuable information and resources to conservation professionals in one simple interface.

Enhanced web features at conservation-training.uwex.edu include:

  • Online course catalog with integrated registration
  • Status of courses taken, courses registered for, and courses completed
  • Interactive communities of practice and discussion groups
  • Conservation blog
  • News aggregator
  • Courses and events from other partners/conservation agencies

If you've used CPTP's old registration site, you'll need to reset your password on the new one to remain active. Click here to visit the new Conservation Training website.