CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD) MODULES FOR CONTAMINATED LAND CONSULTANTS.
One of the core values and aims of ACLCA is to provide relevant, topical and up-to-date training and professional development to its members, so that individuals within member companies can and will maintain and improve the technical and professional standards and skills of member companies.
ACLCA Qld will be been running foundation training in early - mid 2022 on Environmental Site Assessment geared towards graduates and new entries into the industry. ACLCA is confident that the training covers all major aspects of the contaminated land practice at a level of detail suitable for practitioners new to the field. CPD module workshops will be run as a combination of webinar and face to face workshops during 2022.
Module 1: Phase 1 Introduction to Environmental Site Assessments - 24 Feb 22 ACLCA
Module 2a: Phase 2 Sampling, Analysis and Quality Plan - 24 March 22
Module 2b: Field Investigations - 21 April 22 ACLCA
Module 3: Phase 2 Site Assessments (Interpretation and Reporting) – 26 May 22 ACLCA
MODULE 2a -Phase 2 Sampling, Analysis and Quality Plan
Who should attend:
This module will target recent graduates and professionals new to the contaminated land industry.
Introduction and Module Overview
QLD Auditor Guidelines Section 3.15: The contaminated land investigation document must demonstrate that the investigation components of an assessment of site contamination listed in Section 1 of Schedule B2 of the contaminated land NEPM have been conducted for every stage of investigation. The components include a conceptual site model, data quality objectives, a sampling strategy, and a sampling and analysis quality plan. Those components should be updated as the investigations acquire better information about the site.
By the end of the session you will:
1. Understand the importance of the systematic planning process in the collection of environmental data
2. Understand why data collected must be representative for site assessment decisions
3. Understand the process for development of Data Quality Objectives (DQOs), identification of Data Gaps and design of Sampling Analysis and Quality Plans (SAQPs)
4. Have the tools and resources to use these design tools for your SAQPs and to assess third-party SAQPs
Facilitator: Luke Amies: Epic Environmental Pty Ltd. Associate Environmental Scientist.
Luke is a qualified Environmental Scientist, Licenced Asbestos Assessor and Certified Site Contamination Specialist with over sixteen years of experience in contaminated land and environmental consulting throughout Australia. Luke has worked on a wide range of soil and groundwater contamination and remediation projects and has developed and implemented remediation strategies to address and identify environmental risk at a variety of complex sites including former gas works, landfills and abandoned mine sites.
Registration details Bookings CLOSED
Date: 24th March 2022
Venue: Epic Environmental Level 17, 95 North Quay
Cost:. Inperson workshop Member $150.00 Non -Member $200.00
Please book early to secure placements. Workshop limited to 18 participants
Please refer quereis to ACLCA Executive Officer, Jennifer Ingham
E: firstname.lastname@example.org M: 0421 714 449