We know that for some people, nothing beats the experience of learning in a focused classroom environment.
Our face-to-face training courses give you the opportunity to learn directly from our expert tutors in-person, at a scheduled date and time. You’ll be able to ask questions, access one-to-one support, and connect with other attendees by taking part in collaborative learning activities.
Our classroom-based training courses have been carefully designed to ensure the highest possible quality of learning.
Our face-to-face training is:
Through clever course curation and expert teaching methods, you'll have access to first-class training in an environment designed for effective and engaging face-to-face learning.
Our face-to-face training courses take place throughout the year at set locations in the UK. Accommodation is included for courses that take place over multiple days.
This comprehensive three-day course will give you an understanding of the broad scope of the resources and waste management sector, as well as practical skills and experience to help you in your day-to-day role.
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This course sets the scene for resources and waste management in relation to current policy, strategy, and legislation. It introduces the concept of circular economy and explores elements of the waste hierarchy which are brought to life through a series of activities, workshops and informative site visits.
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This training programme is designed to help you consider resources and waste in everything you do in order to improve resource use, cut waste, comply with waste regulations, demonstrate a commitment to improved environmental performance, and save money - as well as the planet.
This course will give you a detailed understanding of which wastes are classified as hazardous, the regulations governing these types of wastes, and up-to-date advice on how to comply with these regulations.
This course will help you develop the skills you need to correctly classify different types of hazardous waste and ensure you are up to date with the latest regulations. Based on guidance developed by all four UK waste regulators, this course is suitable for anyone within any of the four countries in the UK.
This course will give you a sound understanding of the legal requirements and key considerations associated with managing and handling industrial hazardous waste to ensure safe, effective and legally compliant practice.
This course will give you an understanding of the regulations related to the management of special wastes and the legal basis of these regulations. It explains which wastes are classified as hazardous and provides up-to-date advice on how to comply with regulations.
Whether you are a special waste producer or a treatment/disposal facility operator, this course will give you a detailed explanation of the process and the opportunity to practice waste classification with tutored support.
This course will give you the essential knowledge you need to ensure you control the management of waste and comply with your waste Duty of Care obligations. You will also learn about the waste code of practice and how to avoid waste crime.
This course will provide you with the knowledge you need to select the most appropriate type of permit for your site or activity, understand the exemptions that may apply, and appreciate the key requirements of the application process.
This course will enable you to gain an Environmental Permitting Operators Certificate, proving that you are technically competent and know how to comply with your waste facility’s environmental permit and waste regulations.
This course will help you understand the key issues related to waste definition, appreciate and implement your legal obligations in relation to waste management, and identify the essential elements of hazardous/special waste controls in England.
This course will help you understand the key issues related to waste definition, appreciate and implement your legal obligations in relation to waste management, and identify the essential elements of hazardous/special waste controls in Scotland.
This course will help you understand the key issues related to waste definition, appreciate and implement your legal obligations in relation to waste management, and identify the essential elements of hazardous/special waste controls in Wales.
On this course, you will learn how to best manage and control landfill gas from landfill industry professionals. You will gain a sound level of theory, together with practical experiences and case study examples directly related to your work activities.
On this two-day course, you will learn how to accurately monitor gas and groundwater in line with legislative requirements, how to ensure you collect reliable data, and how to use and maintain landfill gas monitoring equipment.
This two-day residential course, taught by experts responsible for the design and commissioning of over 100 leachate treatment plants, will give you a detailed understanding of how leachate is generated, its chemical characteristics and how it can be treated consistently, reliably and safely.
This course will give you an understanding of the core areas underpinning attainment of environmental stabilisation, closure, and an overview of post-closure management principles for any landfill.
This course provides a comprehensive understanding of the criteria for quality digestate output and the conditions under which it can be utilised as a product and not a waste material.
On this practical, scenario-based course, you will learn how to plan and deliver a waste audit, and how to use the data to create a plan that will ensure effective waste management and compliance with legislation.
On this course, you will learn how to apply the waste industry standard contract to meet your exact needs and manage your ongoing supplier contract relationship. This course is perfect for anyone who prepares or works with waste contracts from public, private or voluntary sector organisations.
On this three-day residential course, you will learn the essentials to be successful in an environmental enforcement officer role, including recognising offences, taking enforcement action, legislation, rules, investigation and prosecution.
Delivered over two non-consecutive days, this course will help you understand how to manage your waste and resources site effectively, with appropriate infrastructure, housekeeping and monitoring/supervision systems, in order to reduce the likelihood of waste fires and ensure that, if waste fires do occur, they can be dealt with appropriately to prevent harm to human health and the environment, and minimise property damage and business interruptions.
Prefer to learn online?
In addition to our face-to-face courses, we also run a variety of online training courses throughout the year.
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