Workshops and Trainings

Upcoming Workshops and Trainings

Learn how to respond to medical emergencies, treat injuries and illnesses, by improvising solutions with the items you have available in your surroundings. Technical Skills Training

Learn how to respond to medical emergencies, treat injuries and illnesses, by improvising solutions with the items you have available in your surroundings. Technical Skills Training

This course provides comprehensive training in the three-parameter approach to identifying and delineating wetlands. Emphasis is placed on learning to recognize indicators of wetland vegetation, hydric soils, and wetland hydrology. Participants will go into the field and apply methods learned in a variety of area wetlands and gain knowledge and skills to meet wetland conservation goals or regulatory needs. Coastal Training

Past Workshops and Trainings

Round-robin sharing associated with the “R” workshops, breakout rooms based on data analyses and types of data. These technical assistance sessions are designed to encourage skill building and peer-to-peer learning with the statistical software “R.” Technical Skills Training

A workshop for land managers and resource managers on invasive species found on the Gulf Coast. Coastal Training

Round-robin sharing associated with the “R” workshops, breakout rooms based on data analyses and types of data. These technical assistance sessions are designed to encourage skill building and peer-to-peer learning with the statistical software “R.” Technical Skills Training

Round-robin sharing associated with the “R” workshops, breakout rooms based on data analyses and types of data. These technical assistance sessions are designed to encourage skill building and peer-to-peer learning with the statistical software “R.” Technical Skills Training

Round-robin sharing associated with the “R” workshops, breakout rooms based on data analyses and types of data. These technical assistance sessions are designed to encourage skill building and peer-to-peer learning with the statistical software “R.” Technical Skills Training

This course provides comprehensive training in the three-parameter approach to identifying and delineating wetlands. Emphasis is placed on learning to recognize indicators of wetland vegetation, hydric soils, and wetland hydrology. Participants will go into the field and apply methods learned in a variety of area wetlands and gain knowledge and skills to meet wetland conservation goals or regulatory needs. Coastal Training

Workshop for identifying common turtles in Southeast United States. Coastal Training

Round-robin sharing associated with the “R” workshops, breakout rooms based on data analyses and types of data. These technical assistance sessions are designed to encourage skill building and peer-to-peer learning with the statistical software “R.” Technical Skills Training

Round-robin sharing associated with the “R” workshops, breakout rooms based on data analyses and types of data. These technical assistance sessions are designed to encourage skill building and peer-to-peer learning with the statistical software “R.” Technical Skills Training

This the second workshop in a yearlong series that includes three formal workshops with optional monthly sharing sessions. Participants will learn to streamline daily tasks, work with data in a reproducible framework, make publication ready graphs, write your own functions, and generate and decipher basic statistical outputs.  Technical Skills Training

“Science and So Much More: Putting science into practice through the Coastal Training Program” NOAA’s Science Seminar Series featuring the Gulf Coastal Training Programs. This session is an overview of the Coastal Training Programs of the gulf coast reserves with a special highlight on the work Mike Shelton has been doing at the Weeks Bay NERR. Coastal Training

Technical follow-up” allows participants to discuss successes and roadblocks and find technical assistance to these issues. 

This virtual meeting helped participants gain a better understanding of the changes to how the flood risk to properties is determined. The Region IV Director of the ASFPM presented background and answered questions. 

This course informed Real Estate agents about “beyond-code” FORTIFIED construction and the benefits it offers their clients. This two-hour course provided agents with the knowledge needed as demand for FORTIFIED homes grows in coastal and inland markets.  

Participants gain knowledge and skills for making meetings more effective, productive, and efficient. The Basic facilitation skills including techniques for dealing with disruptive behaviors were also presented.  

Participants gain knowledge and skills for making meetings more effective, productive, and efficient. The Basic facilitation skills including techniques for dealing with disruptive behaviors were also presented.  

Technical follow-up” allows participants to discuss successes and roadblocks and find technical assistance to these issues. 

This yearlong series includes three workshops with monthly sharing sessions for those who want to use R in their daily workflow. This series will help users streamline daily tasks, work with data in a reproducible framework, make publication ready graphs, write their own functions, and generate and decipher basic statistical outputs.  

During this event researchers presented an overview of the work that they have been doing at the Grand Bay NERR or surrounding area. They participated in a roundtable for discussion and to answer questions. The goal was to share and learn about current research at Grand Bay, provided an opportunity to network and build new collaborations and identify future needs and direction of Grand Bay research.  

Meet the Coordinator

Margo Posten is the Coastal Training Program Coordinator.
She oversees the Grand Bay NERR's training programs.