A professional development course to help you understand water and lead with confidence
Course curriculum focuses on:
2017 Water Fluency Course
The next Water Fluency course is scheduled to run May through July 2017 on the West Slope with classes in the corridor between Glenwood Springs and Grand Junction. Registration for the class is available on a first come, first serve. Class will be capped at 30 participants. All participants will be notified of final acceptance on April 7, 2017—at that time, final payment arrangements will be made. Read more information below and register here to join the class.
In-person sessions will take place:
- May 4-5 Glenwood Springs
- June 29 Palisade
- July 25 Grand Junction
Want to learn more?
- Review the class schedule and agenda here
- Watch the recording of an informational webinar that we offered in March to learn more.
This unique educational experience will increase your water fluency so you can better analyze water's influence on the issues you deal with everyday and evaluate creative solutions. Become immersed in the language and concepts of water as well as tools for navigating the culture, complexity and future of water management and policy issues. You will leave equipped with relevant knowledge and a new network of peers to create lasting, positive change in your community. If you're an elected official, a professional interested in water or a community or business leader, this program is for you!
Participants learn through four in-person classroom discussion days; site visits; and online material, presented in partnership with Colorado State University's online water course, with an estimated total time commitment of 30 hours over 13 weeks.
Interested? REGISTER TODAY!