14Nov / 2017
After eight years of delivering training on best practice in ground-gas monitoring, we’re very proud and assured that our two day courses meet the needs of our varied delegates. However, we don’t expect you to take our word for it. Take our customers open and honest accounts of their experiences instead. Read our ground gas training review and we’ll see you in 2018.
Following another successful season of training industry professionals in the UK and Australia, we’re looking back at some of our delegate feedback. Take a look and see why you should join us for ‘The A – Z of Ground Gas’ in 2018.
“I would highly recommend the course for all consultants and regulators. It is really informative and highlights many of the pitfalls… It was quite an eye opener.” Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA), training in Edinburgh
“I was not disappointed in any way. The pace has been ideal… and I particularly found useful the interpretation of data section. “ Principal Environmental Health Officer, Middlesbrough City Council, training in York
“The knowledge I have gained is priceless.” Site Engineer, Enzygo Ltd, training in Cambridge
“All geo-engineers should do this course. “ Associate Geo-Environmental Engineer – M-EC, training in Derby
“I now want to go back and redo my last assessments because I can do it better now!” Assistant Geo- Environmental Engineer, Peter Brett Associates, training in London
These are just some of the key benefits identified by our delegates of joining one of our two day training courses:
- Gain a full appreciation of the benefits of continuous ground-gas monitoring
- Learn from experts who draw from 10 years experience
- Increase confidence in interpreting ground-gas data
- Improve practice through taking part in a practical verification session
- Increase accuracy when performing risk assessments
- Improve awareness and knowledge of Radon
- Increase ability to use graphics and charts to communicate complex data
Hundreds of consultants, regulators and developers have benefited from attending the “A – Z of Ground-Gas”. Not only does the course provide delegates with the tools to apply best practice techniques that adhere to industry guidance standards, their improved knowledge of ground-gas characterisation can also lead to better quality decision making, plus time and cost savings.
GGS would like to say a big thank you to all of our 2017 delegates, as well as our partner trainer, PAGeotechnical (especially Neil, whose performances never fail to impress!)