Welcome to our Continuing Education program
for natural resource professionals. The workshops and learning
materials are sponsored by a wide variety of groups, from the
Forest Service, other federal agencies, and Universities to private
vendors. Every workshop is offered annually (pending adequate
participation), integrating current philosophies, techniques and
learning methods. A number of the workshops alternate locations
providing varied travel options. Some of the workshops travel
to other areas, pending interest and demand.
Participants are from diverse disciplines, other natural resource
agencies, and private organizations are encouraged to apply for
2015/2016 (FY16) Workshop Registration is available in AgLearn!
Non-FS Participants - contact the CE-WFW National Program Leader
USFS employees register in AgLearn
If you have unit funding you can register anytime.
Contact your Regional Coordinator if your region provides funding ...
You must REGISTER in AgLearn or with the vendor and fill out the SF182 to attend training.
Registering and filling out the SF182 are 2 different actions. Filling out the SF182 does NOT automatically register you for training. AgLearn isn't that sophiticated yet.
NOTE: Not all vendors and training are scheduled in AgLearn. If you have training you want listed/scheduled, please let me know.
We are in AgLearn! If you are unit funded, check out our "Register in AgLearn" page for advice on using AgLearn. Then register! Problems registering in AgLearn? Contact your Regional Coordinator or the National WFW-CE Program Leader. Only USDA employees can or need to access AgLearn. Everyone else wanting to register can contact the National WFW-CE Program Leader.
Check out the USDA Forest Service Geology & Minerals Training Program
- Got Bats & Mines? Consider Restoration/Reclamation
for Small Abandoned Mines
- Doing Bat-Mine surveys and need to certify as an examiner? Take Mine Safety.
It is taught alternating years - FY08 is the next time you will
see it on the GMTO calendar.
- Ecosystems - geology and minerals play a role too! Find out
at Geology & Ecosystems
The Geology & Minerals Training Program information as available on the Forest Service internal site. Visit the Minerals & Geology Management internal website. Contact us if you need help finding it.
For an even broader selection of education and training go to
our "Other Training"
Dropping from Workshops: Once registered you are considered confirmed. Workshops are coordinated based on the minimum number of registered participants. If you are registered and decide to drop, check with us first, just in case we have a waiting list. If there is not a waiting list,
you will need to find a substitute or pay fixed costs. The
budget has been set and spent based on current confirmation. Workshops
might be cancelled due to overall low participant registration.
In the case of a workshop being cancelled, registered participants
won't be charged (obviously). Thank you for your understanding
Accessibility: If you have special needs, such as sign language interpreters, please let the vendor know as soon as you register. We want to provide the very best quality experience and learning.
Interesting Thesis/PUBLICATION involving
our Leadership & Communications Workshop past participants.
Written by Cheryl R. Westley at the University of Alaska - Anchorage,
Exploring the Effectiveness of Leadership Training on Adult
Learners. An Evaluation of the 'Leadership and Communications
Workshop' for Natural Resource Professionals
pdf 784 KB 141 pages