(CSARM) Short Courses Series - Module F: Remediation Principles and Closure
This module is one of six in the series developed with the support of Contaminated Sites Section of DECCW. The modules are designed to provide opportunities for professionals working in or intending to enter the field of contaminated site assessment, remediation and management (CSARM) to update and enhance their knowledge in this multi-disciplinary area.
The goal of contaminated land management and site auditing is to ensure the protection of human health and the environment. This module considers the principles and choices of appropriate site remediation strategies and, where required, the development of a remediation action plan (RAP), as well as new developments in technologies relating to remediation of contaminated sites.
The roles of environmental consultants and site auditors in remediation and closure are reviewed, and the purpose and requirements of adequate, defensible reporting are discussed.
Who Will Benefit?
This program is particularly useful for:
- Environmental consultants and managers
- Aspiring contaminated site auditors
- Local Government Environmental Health and Planning Officers
- Allied professionals including engineers, soil scientists, chemists and ecotoxicologists
- Environmental professionals seeking a change in career direction.
- Roles of environmental consultants and site auditors
- From site assessment to remediation
- Small site remediation, new remediation approaches, inculding petrol station sites.
- Defensible reporting guidelines and responsibilities
- Making communications work
- Site visit, case studies.
The teaching team will include: regulators from NSW OEH; industry practitioners; site auditors and specialists from UTS Science.
Continuing Professional Education
Participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance which can be used as credit towards Continuing Professional Development programs run by Engineers Australia, Australian and New Zealand Institute of Environmental Health, Australian Soil Sciences institute and Environmental Health Australia.
Recognition of Prior Learning
Successful completion of CSARM short course assessment tasks gives participants a Certificate of Completion which can be used as recognition of prior learning for the UTS MSc (Environmental Change Management) program. Please refer to the UTS Handbook for more information.
- Register as UTS Alumni ($1050 GST included)
- Register with Multiple Module Discount - to do this you will need to book the modules sequentially one after another, and within a period of 2 hours ($1050 GST included)
An early bird rate of $1139 (GST included) will apply until 15 October 2012. After this date the fee will revert to the full price of $1340 (GST included).Please note that American Express is not yet available, even though it appears on the drop-down menu. We are working to have this facility enabled as soon as possible.
Payment by credit card is the fastest way of processing of your enrolment. To pay by cheque, please contact the UTS Short Courses team on (02) 9514 9881 or by email email@example.com
To register visit Module F website.