CSARM Module F: Remediation Principles and Closure (SCI19014)

<p>The goal of contaminated land management and site auditing is to ensure the protection of human health and the health of the environment in which we live.</p> <p>The aims of this module are to consider the principles and choices of appropriate site remediation strategies, and where required, the development of a remediation action plan (RAP). New developments in sustainable remediation practices will be discussed, as will that of community engagement.</p> <p>The module also addresses the roles of environmental consultants and site auditors in community engagement as well as the importance of defensible reporting at all stages of contaminated site assessment, remediation and management.</p> <p><h4><b>Who Will Benefit?</b><br></h4></p> <p>This program is particularly useful for:</p> <ul><li>Environmental scientists, engineers, managers, consultants <li>Professionals aspiring to become contaminated site consultant or a site auditor as part of career development <li>Environmental professionals seeking to change career direction <li>Professionals whose discipline/employment is in an area allied to contaminated site assessment </ul> <p><h4><b>Program</b></h4></p> <ul><li>Remediation and regulatory framework; RAP and EPM <li>Roles and legal responsibilities of environmental consultants and site auditors in remediation <li>From site assessment to remediation – approaches to soils, vapours and groundwater <li>Sustainable remediation practices including bioremediation and risk assessment <li>Communication skills and defensible reporting guidelines <li>Role of community engagement in CSARM <li>Workshopping and case studies</ul> <p><h4><b>Course outcomes</b></h4></p> <p>On completion of the module, the participants will gain an understanding of:</p> <ul><li>The essential elements of a remedial action plan (RAP) and an environmental management plan (EMP). <li>The relevance of human health and ecological risk assessment to remediation and closure processes; <li>Current trends in sustainable remediation approaches; <li>Standard approaches to contaminated site reporting and the relevance to principal reporting stages, as demonstrated through case studies and workshopping; <li>The legal responsibilities of reporting and of the fundamentals of a acceptable, defensible report; <li>The elements of community engagement and risk communication.</ul> <p><h4><b>Presenters</b><br> </h4></p> <p>The teaching team will include: regulator from NSW EPA, environmental lawyer, academic specialist, contaminated site auditors and other professionals in allied disciplines.</p> <p><h4><b>Duration of the module</b><Br> </h4></p> <p>The sessions will start at 9 am on Wednesday, and 8.30 am on Thursday and Friday. Wednesday and Thursday sessions finish by 5 pm normally, and on Friday, by 1.30 pm.</p> <p><b>Dates and Times</b><Br><ul></p> <li><b>DAY 1</b> - 6 November 2019, 9 am – 5 pm <li><b>DAY 2</b> - 7 November 2019, 8.30 am – 5 pm <li><b>DAY 3</b> - 8 November 2019, 8.30 am – 1.30 pm</ul><p> <p><h4><b>Additional Information</b><Br></h4></p> <p>Participants will receive a UTS Certificate of Attendance at the end of the module. Those participants who satisfactorily complete a post-module assignment will receive a UTS Certificate of Completion.</p> <p>For <i>Continuing Professional Development:</i> The Certificate of Attendance can be used as credit towards CPD programs run by Engineers Australia, EIANZ, Soil Science Australia, and Environmental Health Australia. This module contributes at least 35 hours for CPD.</p> <p>For <i>Recognition of Prior Learning: </i>Certificate of Completion can be used towards elective subjects in MSc coursework course in selected universities. For details, contact Dr Alex Pulkownik on <a href=" A - Contaminated Site Assessment Remediation & Management: Ground Rules for Contaminated Sites"></a></p> <p><i>Consultant Certification Program: </i>Completion of this module can be used as credit towards the certification with <a href="">CEnvP Site Contamination (SC) Scheme</a> and Sol Science Australia <a href=>(CPSS) Scheme</a>.</p> <p><h4><b>Fees and Discounts</b><br></h4></p> <p>Standard fees - $1760 (GST Free)</p> <p><strong>Discount can be selected from the drop-down box on the Book Now page</strong></p> <ul><li>Early Bird Registration Discount - until 25 October 2019 ($1600.02 GST Free) <li>Group discount (more than one participant from the same organisation) OR Multiple Module Discount (book the modules sequentially one after another, and within a period of 2 hours) ($1530.14 GST Free) <li>UTS alumnus or member of professional association (AGLA, EIANZ, Engineers Australia, Soil Science Australia) ($1530.14 GST Free). <i><b><font color="red">Please seek approval for this discount from Dr Alex Pulkownik prior to enrolment.</font> </b></i><br/> </ul> <p><h4><b>Payment Options:</b><br></h4></p> <p>Credit Card – proceed to the <b>'BOOK NOW'</b> button and follow the prompts</p> <p>To be invoiced – Please complete the <a href=""> Manual Enrolment on Invoice Request Form </a> and email it to <a href=" Module A invoice request"> UTS:Short Courses</a><br></p> <p><h4><b>Contact Information</b><br></h4></p> <p>For specific queries regarding course content, please contact the School of Life Sciences, Faculty of Science on Tel: +61 0419 253 069/(02) 9514 4035 or email <a href=" A - Contaminated Site Assessment Remediation & Management: Ground Rules for Contaminated Sites"></a></p> <p>For all other enquiries regarding enrolment or payment, please contact UTS Short Courses on Tel: +61 (02) 9514 2913 or email <a href=""></a></p>

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