Online, on-demand – Continuing education courses are included with INASEP membership, and are also available for individual purchase by non-members
Online Professional Development Training
Continuing education is paramount in the rapidly developing environmental field. Professionals need to keep up-to-date with new knowledge, technology, regulations and standards, and approaches to best practices.
INASEP’s online professional development training courses may qualify for continuing education credits with your employer or professional certification body. Once all modules of a course have been completed and the quizzes successfully passed, a Certificate of Completion will be provided in the Member’s name, detailing the number of training hours and the topic.
Featured courses below are now available for registration. See below for a list of more courses currently in development. We are striving to deliver a comprehensive range of training courses for your professional development, and we thank you for your patience while the courses are being developed for online learning. If there are any courses that you would like expedited, let us know here!
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Courses in Development & Coming Soon
Groundwater – Characterization, Field Sampling and Monitoring Programs – COMING SOON!
Groundwater’s role in the water cycle – Hydrogeology basics – Planning groundwater sampling events – Groundwater level measurement – Purging and evacuating a well – Low-flow purging and sampling – Monitoring field parameters – Sample collection procedures – Equipment decontamination – Quality assurance and control – Sample handling, chain-of-custody and shipping – Collection of drinking water samples
Soil Characterization and Field Sampling
All about soil! – Soil types and classification standards – Soil ecosystems – Soil condition standards and regulation – Soil sampling best practices – Distribution, fate and transport of contaminants – Transformation, distribution and accumulation of contaminants – Organic & inorganic pollutants (hydrocarbons, metals, and others) – Microbial – Nanomaterials – Ecotoxicology of soils – Risk Assessment vs. Remediation
EnviroFundamentals – The Basics
Air – Land – Water – Ecosystems – Climate
EnviroFundamentals – Advanced
Soil Remediation Technologies and Strategies
Technologies for site remediation – Electroremediation – Excavation and removal – Soil flushing/washing – Stabilization – Asphalt batching – Vitrification – Composting & Biopiles – Phytoremediation – Best practices for remediation project teams – Sampling and Analysis Plans – Stakeholder consultation – Strategy documents – Consideration for property reuse
DNAPL (Dense Non-Aqueous Phase Liquids) Contaminated Site Characterization
Groundwater Remediation Technologies and Strategies
Surface Water Characterization, Field Sampling and Monitoring Programs
Air Pollution – Sampling and Monitoring Programs
Industrial Hygiene and Health – Monitoring Programs
Technical Writing for Environmental Professionals
Spill Prevention, Contingency and Emergency Response Planning
Environmental Due Diligence for Property Investors and Developers
Species at Risk – Identification and Management Strategies
Invasive Species – Management Planning
Best Practices for the Management of Excess Soil
ISO14001 – Environmental Management Systems – Implementation and Self-Auditing
Introduction to Eco-Toxicity
Marine EcoToxicology (in Saltwater and Freshwater Environments)
Unexploded Ordnance and Chemical Weapons; Site Characterization, Field Sampling and Remediation Strategies
Best Practices for Managing Environmental Project Teams
Noise Pollution – Testing and Management Plans
Noise as a pollutant – Health impacts of noise – Regulatory guidance – Sound pressure levels, frequency and propogation – Sound levels – Monitoring point source noise – Monitoring transient noise – Noise control and management
Emergency Response – Hazardous Materials