Training & Seminars
GGS is committed to raising the standard of environmental protection measures through the provision of professional development opportunities.
We understand how important it is to keep informed of the latest challenges and field techniques in land contamination. That’s why our training courses and seminars have been designed to help consultants, graduates, local authorities and industry professionals improve their knowledge of current environmental monitoring practices.
Whether you’re joining one of our training courses or booking a tailored seminar for your organisation, we’re happy to give you the benefit of our experience and technical ability.
Two Day Training Courses
‘The A-Z of Ground Gas’ is a two day course that will help you discover innovative techniques in the fields of ground gas monitoring, risk assessment and solutions design. With course content developed by trained professionals and informed by environment industry guidance, we want you to leave the course with increased confidence that helps you hone new skills and make informed decisions.
GGS and PAG are once again collaborating to provide a series of professional training events for 2017 that will enhance your CV.
‘The A-Z of Ground Gas’ training course will take place in the following locations:
- Edinburgh: 7 March – 8 March
- Cambridge: 16 May – 17 May
- Swansea: 20 June – 21 June
- Derby: 11 July – 12 July
- York: 19 September – 20 September
- Chester: 17 October – 18 October
- Central London: 7 November – 8 November
- Day 1 – Measurement, Assessment & Design Theory
- Day 2 – Design Practice, Implementation & Verification
‘I did this course… when it came to Glasgow and would highly recommend it for all consultants and regulators. It is really informative and highlights many of the pitfalls encountered in the installation and verification of gas membranes – it was quite an eye opener.’
Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA)
Who should attend?
The seminars are designed for specialist consultants, regulators and developers who wish to learn how improved Ground-Gas characterisation and risk assessment can lead to better quality decision making and time and cost savings.
How do I book a place?
Please note that places are limited to 35 people and these will be allocated on a first come basis.