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SHORT COURSE

CSARM module f: remediation principles and closure

This module considers the principles and choices of appropriate site remediation strategies including developments in sustainable remediation practices. The development of remediation action plan and the role of community engagement are considered, as well as the importance of defensible reporting of results in all stages of contaminated site projects.

About this course

The presenters in this module are experts in the field of CSARM. Your teaching team will include: regulators from NSW EPA, site auditors with expertise in risk assessment and remediation, technical expert in remediation, and communication expert.

Each will contribute up-to-date information to the overall theme of regulation, professional responsibilities and new approaches in CSARM by sharing their own experiences and expertise.

You can expect to gain new skills and up-to-date information on the topics such as:

  • roles and responsibilities of environmental consultants’ and site auditors in remediation;
  • current sustainable remediation practices;
  • consideration of soil and groundwater properties for effective remediation;
  • legal reporting requirements;
  • current case studies of remediation practices.

You will experience these through class / panel discussions, workshops and also by sharing your own experiences.

Course structure

Approximately two weeks before the module begins you will be able to access the online teaching platform, Canvas, to obtain details of any essential preliminary readings. As the module progresses, other resource materials including the lectures will also become available there, as will the post-module optional assignment.

Your pre-module readings will familiarise you with legislative and regulatory framework that underpin CSARM and relevant case studies. This preparation will allow you to fully participate and contribute to discussions during the presentations of the module. You may be asked to undertake a short online quiz prior to the start of the module.

On your first day of attendance you will be provided with a manual of lectures for the whole of the module. At the end of each day the PowerPoint presentations will be uploaded online. Normally there are 4 sessions of 1.5 hours per day, usually with different presenters for each session. The sessions are designed to be interactive so you will have the opportunity to ask questions as issues arise. Presenters can be contacted after the module by email should you have further questions on their topic.

 

Learning outcomes

In your lectures, workshops and panel discussions you will appreciate how the regulatory framework is applied in real projects of remediation. You will learn about:

  • Current remediation practices and regulatory requirements for remediation;
  • Framework for remedial action plans (RAPs) and environmental management plans (EMPs);
  • Updates on sustainable remediation practices;
  • Remediation methods for soils, vapours and groundwaters;
  • Risk assessment approaches in remediation practice;
  • Preparation of legally defensible reports;
  • Elements of successful community consultation
  • Case studies that demonstrate current acceptable practices in remediation.

Numerous studies and discussions with practitioners will demonstrate to you the importance of designing RAPs and using new approaches to remediation.

You can complete optional post-module assignment (no fee) based on the topics covered in the module. This will be eligible for recognition of prior knowledge elective credit for a 3-credit point subject in some MSc coursework degrees.

  • Importance of human health and ecological risk assessment in remediation and closure;
  • Trends in sustainable remediation technologies;
  • Defensible reporting;
  • Community engagement in contaminated sites projects;
  • Access to experts and networking opportunities;
  • New skills and/or updating your current ones;
  • Credit towards continuing professional development.

Who is this course for?

This course is recommended for:

  • a professional already working in the contaminated site area, such as environmental scientist, engineer, a manager, a consultant, or a local government office
  • someone who aspires to gain certification as a consultant or a site auditor as part of your career development, or just get to the higher step in your workplace;
  • A professional working in an allied area to contaminated sites, such as in local or federal government, or even in an entirely unrelated area, wishing to change your career direction to CSARM.

By doing this course you will be immersed in the latest developments in CSARM and will be able to acquire new skills and/or upgrade your current ones.

$1,760.00

START DATE

04 November

MODE

On-campus

DURATION

3 days

Book a session

09:00 AM, Wednesday, 04 November
Expert:
  • Wednesday, 04 November
  • 3 days
  • On-campus
  • 4 November 2020, 9am-5pm; 5 November 2020, 8.30am–5pm; and 6 November 2020, 8.30am–1.30 pm | UTS City Campus

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