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CRC CARE provides short courses and workshops for industry professionals to build their knowledge of new technologies in contamination assessment, prevention and remediation. Often in collaboration with other peak bodies in the Environmental Remediation industry, CRC CARE training courses are designed to meet industry needs for information, provide an enhanced skill base in Australia and increase public awareness of enviro-technologies and applications.

CRC CARE 2018 calendar: upcoming professional development activities

Dates and venues coming soon – keep an eye out here for more details. Details on other events are available below the following tables.

Short courses / workshops

   

What

When

Where

Societal perceptions and acceptability of remediation technologies

21 September 2018
25 September 2018

Sydney
Perth

LNAPL natural source zone depletion

TBC

Major capital cities

Weathered petroleum hydrocarbons (silica gel clean-up)

TBC

Major capital cities

National Remediation Framework

TBC

Perth, Melbourne, 
Sydney

Recent advances in bioremediation

TBC

Major capital cities

Guidance on flux-based remediation and management of contaminants

TBC

Major capital cities

Advances in vapour intrusion, monitoring, modelling and remediation

TBC

Major capital cities

Summer school: Contaminated site assessment, remediation and management – theory, practice and field demonstrations

Contaminants of Emerging Concern Conference

4-8 March 2019

 

March 2019

Newcastle

 

Sydney

 

Webinar

What

When

Assessment and Management of B(a)P-contaminated land

28 September 2018


 


Current training opportunities (those offered by CRC CARE as well as some hosted by CRC CARE Participants) are listed below. For more information, contact us at aric@crccare.com.

Your search for returned 7 events.

Date:
21 September 2018
Location:
University of Technology Sydney, City campus, Building CB05D, Level 2, Room 20, Sydney, NSW 2000
Category:
Events, Training
About:
This one-day workshop will provide a detailed awareness of residents’ perceptions and acceptance of technologies, what factors are most likely to affect residents’ perceptions and acceptance, and how to engage with residents based on their perceptions and acceptance.
Date:
25 September 2018
Location:
Hotel Pan Pacific Perth, 207 Adelaide Terrace, Perth, WA 6000
Category:
Events, Training
About:
This one-day workshop will provide a detailed awareness of residents’ perceptions and acceptance of technologies, what factors are most likely to affect residents’ perceptions and acceptance, and how to engage with residents based on their perceptions and acceptance.
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Date:
26 September 2018
Location:
Parmelia Hilton, Perth, WA
Category:
Conferences
About:
Australasian College of Toxicology & Risk Assessment (ACTRA) 11th Annual Scientific Meeting and Continuing Education Day focuses on the toxicity and health effects of particulates.
Date:
28 September 2018
Location:
Online
Category:
Events, Training
About:
Contamination from polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and in particular benzo(a)pyrene [B(a)P] is ubiquitous in Australian urban areas. Where B(a)P contamination is identified, this will usually result in the fill being excavated and landfilled, at considerable cost and use of landfill space. Determining whether B(a)P poses a risk and warrants excavation and disposal is a critical matter. This subject was covered in CRC CARE Technical Report No. 39, "Risk-based management and remediation guidance for benzo(a)pyrene" (2017). This webinar will discuss the information in Technical Report 39 and how it can be applied to better determine the risk and the management response when B(a)P contamination is identified.
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Date:
22 October 2018
Location:
Coimbatore, India
Category:
Events, Conferences
About:
The Global Contamination CleanUp Congress will blend research and industry best practice, drawing on experience from Australian and international markets.
Date:
04 March 2019
Location:
University of Newcastle,Callaghan NSW2308
Category:
Events, Training
About:
The 5-day Summer School on Contaminated Site Assessment, Management and Communication is an all-inclusive course that draws together new knowledge with practical experience to provide participants with the cutting-edge skills to manage and remediate contaminated sites all around the world.
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Date:
25 March 2019
Location:
Korea University, Seoul, Republic of Korea
Category:
Events, Conferences
About:
The CleanUp Korea 2019 Organising Committee is preparing an outstanding scientific and educational program that blends research and industry best practice, drawing on experience from Korean and international markets.