GeoEnviroPro 2018 Winter/Spring Training Program!
As contaminated site practitioners, we know how important it is to stay up-to-date. The GeoEnviroPro Winter/Spring program has been designed to provide the professional training you need. The program includes FREE weekly Talks for sharing of experience and innovation by contaminated site experts, monthly extended training webinars with certificate of professional development, and some face-to-face workshops and symposiums.
GeoEnviroPro Talks: Starting on January 10, join us for 1/2 hour each Wednesday for insightful and focused Talks on critical issues to practicing professionals today. These sessions are FREE! For more info and sign up click HERE
Certificate Training Webinars: Starting in February, sign up for monthly multi-session training webinars on selected topics and earn professional training certificate in topics such as:
- Dry cleaning Investigation and Remediation
- Forensic testing for PAH and PHC
- Soil investigation planning and field methods
Workshops and Symposium: NEW! Livestreaming of Face-to-Face Workshop and Symposium. These events will be held at our home location of Vancouver, Canada. New this year is the option of on-line participation through the livestreaming of the presentations. This option will allow those of you to participate who are not able to join us Face-to-Face. The events include:
- April: Field School for Soil Sampling
Beef up your knowledge of soil investigation! The field school is a companion to the webinars on investigating soil contamination, and include demonstration of tried and true, as well as innovative sampling methods.
- April/May: RISK SOLUTIONS FOR CONTAMINATED SITES: AN EXPOSITION OF CASE STUDIES
We have used risk-based solutions for contaminated sites in BC for over 25 years – it is time to profile and share our learnings! This Expo will feature case studies where risk assessment and risk management (RA/RM) have been used effectively.
- June: CONTAMINATED SITE REGULATION UPDATE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
Major amendments to the Contaminated Sites Regulation and guidelines were introduced November 1, 2017. What has the impact been? Find out from experts and regulators.