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NEIA gauging interest for PHASE I ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT CERTIFICATION training course

NOTE: This opportunity has expired or is an event which has already taken place.

NEIA is looking for expressions of interest in taking the PHASE I ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT CERTIFICATION training course.

More About the Course

This is an intensive weekend session that is offered in a productive workshop atmosphere, providing attendees with the training required to conduct Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs). The course is suitable for both experienced practitioners and those wishing to enter the site assessment field and/or wish to be recognized as Canadian Site Assessment professionals. Successful completion of this course along with passing the certification exam entitles the attendee to be eligible* for the C.E.S.A. (Certified Environmental Site Assessor) designation.
* must be an AESAC member and meet AESAC’s certification criteria which may include an evaluation for certification

Each step of the ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT process is followed according to the CSA-Z768 guidelines. AESAC members who successfully complete the exam held on the last day of the course, and meet AESAC certification criteria, are eligible to receive the C.E.S.A. designation. New is the hands on workshop taking place during the new third day of the course. Here Attendees will conduct a Phase I report writing exercise on a real subject property. Followed by the Certification exam which is now also held on the third day.

Course Details

The cost of participation is $1895.00 ($1795 is you register 30 days in advance), and would be offered by Associated Environmental Site Assessors of Canada in association with NEIA. The course will take place during the Fall of 2014.

Space for this potential course would be limited. Indicate your interest by contacting Kieran Hanley at kieran@neia.org.

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