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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.

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.

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LNAPL NSZD course_newsletter body
Date:
Location:
https://crccare.thinkific.com/
Category:
Events, Training
About:
This online course covers the science of natural source zone depletion (NSZD) of light non-aqueous phase liquids (LNAPLs), including measurement techniques/methodologies and options for incorporating NSZD into LNAPL conceptual site model development and site management strategy. It draws on CRC CARE Technical Reports 44, 46 and 47.
Summer school generic 212 x 212
Date:
16 August 2021
Location:
Online 10 weeks, self-paced
Category:
Events, Training
About:
This 10-week self-paced online master class is Australia’s most comprehensive training to manage & remediate contaminated sites globally. Accelerate your knowledge and expertise with the world’s leading experts for site contamination and remediation.
Date:
05 October 2021
Location:
Online
Category:
Events, Training
About:
Recent acid sulfate soil national guidance has been introduced to cover data gaps in state guidance and provide best practice for the assessment and management of acid sulfate soils. This 4-hour workshop is designed for consultants and project managers who are not experts on this issue but need to understand, and make management decisions regarding, acid sulfate soils.