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ACPF Technical Cohort Training
This training will teach users how to download the ACPF toolbox and the base data and run the terrain analysis tools on a sample watershed. By working through the online training as a group, learners will have the opportunity to become part of a community of users and get feedback. The course will also provide information on available ACPF support and customizing the ACPF tools for use in your watersheds.

REQUIREMENTS:
This course will be conducted virtually and is designed for individuals who have an intermediate knowledge of GIS as it assumes attendees are comfortable navigating toolboxes, using tool dialogs, manipulating map characteristics, and moving and joining tables. Attendees must have access to ArcGIS Desktop 10.5 or newer or ArcGIS Pro 2.7 or newer.

FORMAT:
This course will be 6-weeks in length with hour and a half virtual course check-in meetings held each week on Thursdays from 2-3:30PM CT. The course will run from Monday, September 13th through Friday October 22nd. Along with the course check-ins, participants will go through assigned readings and online learning modules and run the ACPF on a sample watershed. Participants will also have the chance to attend a number of webinars on a range of advanced topics - from creating your own ACPF geo database to the ACPF economic tool and how to run ACPF on low relief watersheds. Participants should expect to spend an average of 6 hours on the ACPF each week during the duration of the course.

This course is a cohort-style training and is limited to 15 participants. Given the limited space, those who register will receive communication from the ACPF team to confirm your spot.

For more information on ACPF visit www.acpf4watersheds.org.
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