Problematic Delineation Seminar (2019)
How Does This Course Work?
Intended for professionals with prior training and/or multiple years of experience in wetland delineation.
Through a combination of group discussion and lecture this course will explore the issues involved and techniques required when delineating in “Problematic Wetland Situations.” A variety of commonly encountered disturbed areas and naturally problematic situations will be discussed.
This course takes place in Wisconsin but our instructor has experience and can help you address challenges you’ve encountered in any part of the United States.
Students will be encouraged to present a case study of their most challenging personal encounters with problematic wetland situations. 16 contact hours (2 days).
Tuition cost: $650.00
Your Course Includes
2017 Pocket Guide to Hydric Soil Field Indicators
This book is based on the National Technical Committee on Hydric Soils’ Field Indicators of Hydric Soils in the United States v. 8.0.
WTI instructors are available to answer specific questions during and after your course.
Frequently asked Questions
Where is the specific location or venue for the course?
We finalize specific logistics once a course has reached minimum enrollment and is officially “confirmed.” Once confirmed, all registered participants will be notified of specific details so travel and other arrangements can be made as needed.
Will this course cover current Regional Supplements?
Yes, this course will reference current regional supplements. Also note that as with most WTI courses, this course has broad applicability throughout the United States.
Does this course have any certificates?
You will receive a certificate of completion with instructional contact hours documented once you have completed all course requirements.
This 2-day in-person course focuses on a variety of problematic delineation situations. Discussion and classroom lectures are tailored to respond to the experiences and challenges course participants have encountered in delineating wetlands. Participants are encouraged to present a case study of their most challenging personal encounters with problematic wetland situations. The course instructor will contact each participant prior to the course to explain the assignment and assist with identifying a case study.