Accreditation Framework and Requirements
An accreditation framework for River Styles® work has been developed to ensure quality control. The following guidelines have been established for individuals applying principles from the River Styles® framework. By doing the River Styles® Short Course and passing the assessment, participants will be awarded provisional River Styler status. To become fully accredited, a River Styler completes a reviewed River Styles report. A River Styles® report has certain requirements that are also outlined in the downloadable pdf file.
Other geomorphology and River Styles training options
There are several options for further training in fluvial geomorphology and River Styles®. These tend to run on demand and once minimum numbers and hosting can be guaranteed. Further information is contained in the pdf attachments below and further information can be obtained by contacting Kirstie Fryirs.
The current training portfolio consists of:
Five-day River Styles Short Course
One day workshop “Introduction to Fluvial Geomorphology”
One day workshop “Introduction to the River Styles framework”
Three-day River Condition and Recovery Potential Short Course, Stages 2 & 3 of the River Styles framework