Short Courses & Workshops

 

Short Course In Environmental Sampling
(2 Day Course)

COST PER PERSON                   Please contact S&B for course fee details
CORPORATE GROUP COST     Please contact S&B for course fee details

Useful for field workers as an entry level qualification when working under supervision.

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Short Course In Swimming Pool Operation
(3 Day Course)

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CORPORATE GROUP COST     Please contact S&B for course fee details

Suitable for commercial swimming pool operators as an entry level qualification for staff working under supervision.

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Short Course In Water or Wastewater Treatment Plant Operation
(5 Day Course)

COST PER PERSON                   Please contact S&B for course fee details
CORPORATE GROUP COST     Please contact S&B for course fee details

Excellent entry level qualification for new staff to determine their aptitude and interest in developing a career in the water industry. Suitable for staff working under supervision.

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Workshop: Operate Remote Package Plants – An Overview and Refresher for Operators
(2 Day Course)

COST PER PERSON:   Please contact S&B for course fee details

Suitable for operators working with very small plants or coming back into the industry; also environmental scientists wanting a better understanding of the water infrastructure on their site.

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Workshop: Analyse Laboratory Results for Legislative Compliance and Potential for Non-Compliance
(1 Day Course)

COST PER PERSON:   Please contact S&B for course fee details

Suitable for environmental officers, water operators and maintenance managers wanting to better understand their routine monitoring results in light of meeting Queensland government water quality guidelines and their licensing conditions.

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 Workshop: Soil/Acid Sulphate Soil
(2 Half Day Workshops Offered Together – Take One or Both)

COST PER PERSON:   Please contact S&B for course fee details

ASS can potentially be present in any region where the location is less than 5 m AHD (or less than 20 m AHD if excavation is involved), and wherever there are alluvial deposits (usually Holocene in origin, and especially in swampy ecosystems). This workshop will be followed by a half day soil classification workshop.

The purpose of the soil classification workshop is to introduce you to the soil conditions at your site or property. The workshop will provide you with increased practical knowledge on how to measure soil attributes in the field, as well as how to interpret soil laboratory results. It will include an overview of typical soils found in Australia, and the practical implications of these soil types.

Both are suitable for councils, agriculture, irrigation, excavator operators, construction, environmental compliance officers, developers, farmers.

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