The Interagency Wild & Scenic Rivers Coordinating Council has collaborated with various partners to develop tools, competencies, live and on demand trainings, and guidance documents to support wild and scenic river training.

River Management Society's River Training Center

The River Management Society’s River Training Center (RTC), established in 2018, supports the effective management and stewardship of North American rivers by providing training for professionals and volunteers who study, protect, and manage them. Courses offered Include those on the right.

Link to the River Management Society's River Training Center

Link to River Management Society Training Videos

Eppley Institute For Parks & Public Lands

The Eppley Institute at the University of Indiana, in partnership with the Bureau of Land Management and the National Park Service, offers a comprehensive wild and scenic river training through their proValens education system. These free, on-demand online training modules are self-paced and cover the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act from 101 fundamentals to the study process to river management to and planning.

Link to Eppley Institute Training

Interagency Wild & Scenic Rivers Council

The Council has outlined the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed for river management specialists and non-specialists.

Wild and Scenic River Core Competencies

The Council's technical papers, found under the River Resources heading above, are also wonderful educational resources.