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Training: Comprehensive Environmental Sampling: Methodology, Practice, and Analysis - Monday, June 19 – Tuesday, June 20 (8:30am - 4:30pm)

Comprehensive Environmental Sampling: Methodology, Practice, and Analysis


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Course Title: Comprehensive Environmental Sampling: Methodology, Practice, and Analysis
Course ID: CHEM-250
Status: OPEN
Date(s): June 19, 2017: 8:30am - 4:30pm
June 20, 2017: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Location: Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center
1625 118th Ave SE
Bellevue, WA
Instructor: Christopher Whitehead
Tuition: $645 / $595*

$545 / $495* (Before May 19, 2017)


**Registered attendees will receive a PDF copy of course materials prior to the class. A physical book can be purchased for an additional $50 charge. To purchase, select "Physical Book" above.

 


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Description:** Join us on June 6, 2017 at 11:00 am Pacific time for a FREE 30-Minute webinar that introduces some of the challenges of environmental sampling that will be covered in this course. To register for the free webinar, click here. **

 

This two-day course is designed for individuals and/or organizations performing field sampling of environmental media including soil and other solids; surface and groundwater; sediment; indoor and ambient air; solid and hazardous waste; and chemicals of commerce for the analysis of a broad range of analytical methods as established by a variety of regulatory and standards organizations.

Day one will include a full-day in a classroom with lectures discussing sampling methodology and theory; techniques and procedures; health and safety concerns; documentation and deviations; handling and preservation; equipment and supplies; and field quality assurance procedures.

The second day will consist of a half-day of lecture in the classroom discussing issues associated with laboratory techniques and processes, analytical measurement, and data reporting of sample results. The classroom portion will incorporate demonstrations and examples on certain points. The topics discussed are intended to provide an overview of sampling techniques and practices, and details of specific issues will be explored as time permits.

The field portion of the course will take place in the afternoon at a nearby location, and is designed to provide hands-on, practical experience executing some of the concepts reviewed in the classroom lessons. Attendees will be put into teams, and each team will be given a scenario and asked to carryout the task to completion. Time permitting, teams will rotate to each provided scenario until all stations have been completed. Equipment and supplies will be provided.

Lunch will be provided on the second day. Please dress weather/outdoor appropriate for the field portion of the course. See "What to Bring" for more information.

Intended Audience:

This course is intended for anyone engaged in the gathering and preparation of field samples for analysis, or anyone who needs to understand more about correct sampling procedures.

Continuing Education Units: 1.40 CEUs