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Essentials of CLM 1 - Introduction to Contaminated Land Management - 6-27 June 2022
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Essentials of CLM 1 - Introduction to Contaminated Land Management - 6-27 June 2022

This is a pre-recorded webinar. Estimated time to view webinar is 5 hrs. It is available for 2 weeks from 6 to 19 June 2022 (extended to 27 June 2022)

Fee = £295.00 plus VAT or 2 credits

This course will provide an insight into the relevant legislation and explains how the CSM is central to the risk assessment process.  It highlights the sources of uncertainties associated with land contamination and the importance of accounting for these within the risk management process.  It will also outline the phased approach to land contamination management recommended in CLR11 and BS10175 and explore the requirements of the first step of this approach – the Phase 1 assessment or Preliminary investigation.

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Essentials of CLM 2 - Site Investigation - 11-24 July 2022
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Essentials of CLM 2 - Site Investigation - 11-24 July 2022

This is a pre-recorded webinar. Estimated time to view webinar is 5 hrs. It is available for 2 weeks from 11 to 24 July 2022

Fee = £295.00 plus VAT or 2 credits

This course explores how the initial CSM should be used to set suitable objectives for a site investigation and then to develop an appropriate sampling and analytical strategy, which should ensure that an appropriate quantity and quality of data is collected to support a subsequent risk assessment. It will explain the different site investigation and laboratory analysis techniques commonly used in the UK and how this data should, and should not, be analysed and presented within reports.

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Essentials of CLM 3 - Risk Assessment - 3-16 October 2022
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Essentials of CLM 3 - Risk Assessment - 3-16 October 2022

This is a pre-recorded webinar. Estimated time to view webinar is 5 hrs. It is available for 2 weeks from 3 to 16 October 2022

Fee = £295.00 plus VAT or 2 credits

This course, which focuses mainly on human health risk assessment, will outline current UK guidance relating to human health (HHRA) and controlled waters risk assessments (CWRA), and then explore the technical complexity of HHRA in more detail.  It will summarise the importance of toxicology, explain the different Generic Assessment Criteria (GAC) commonly used in the UK (including the SGVs, the C4SLs and LQM/CIEH S4ULs) and outline the UK CLEA model, which is generally used to undertake detailed quantitative risk assessments (DQRA).

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Essentials of CLM 4 - Risk Management and Remediation - 9-22 January 2023
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Essentials of CLM 4 - Risk Management and Remediation - 9-22 January 2023

This is a pre-recorded webinar. Estimated time to view webinar is 5 hrs. It is available for 2 weeks from 9 to 22 January 2023

Fee = £295.00 plus VAT or 2 credits

This course will provide an overview of the range of remediation technologies used in the UK to demonstrably break source-pathway-receptor linkages, the implications of current waste legislation for brownfield development and how an updated conceptual site model (CSM) is key to developing any remediation strategy.

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Essentials of CLM 5 - Peer Reviewing Third Party Reports - 1-15 March 2023
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Essentials of CLM 5 - Peer Reviewing Third Party Reports - 1-15 March 2023

This is a pre-recorded webinar. Estimated time to view webinar is 5 hrs. It is available for 2 weeks from 1 to 15 March 2023

Fee = £295.00 plus VAT or 2 credits

This course is intended to give delegates a framework for reviewing third party reports, submitted in support of planning applications and conditions.  It will highlight key points to look for in any review, and suggest sources of information that can be used to update and maintain technical competence in a rapidly changing and technically challenging specialist area. There will be several practical sessions involving the review of hypothetical reports throughout the day to practice and embed the skills learned.

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Essentials of CLM Proficiency Test
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Essentials of CLM Proficiency Test

Fee = £160.00 plus VAT or 2 credits

An EMAQ+ delegate who has attended all 5 EMAQ+ Essentials of CLM modules and taken and successfully passed the associated Online Knowledge checks, gaining all 5 credits, is eligible to sit a final 'Proficiency Test'.  The test is designed to test their co-ordinated knowledge of all the aspects of Contaminated Land Managemed covered by the whole programme.

You cannot self enrol yourself for this test.  You will be invited by the EMAQ+ Team to take this test when you are eligible.