This event is by invitation only and free of charge. The purpose of the workshop is to train experienced government and nongovernment cleanup staff already familiar with Triad basics to feel confident when presenting, explaining, and defending Triad concepts. The participants will be immersed in Triad concepts for two full days (8:30am-5pm each day) of alternating large-group instruction and small group discussion. Triad information will be grouped into eight modules, including Triad as a Catalyst for Second-Generation Site Characterization & Cleanup Practices; The Second-Generation Data Quality Model; Conceptual Site Models; Systematic Planning; Dynamic Work Strategies; Real-time Measurement Systems; Tips for Gathering & Presenting Case Studies; and Resources for Triad Educators. Presentations of these modules will be alternated with four small group discussion sessions where participants will discuss Triad concepts and practice explaining them to each other. At the end of this training, participants should have a thorough grasp of key Triad concepts, comfort in explaining these concepts to others, and familiarity with existing Triad training materials and resources available to assist them.
For general information contact Deana Crumbling
by telephone at 703-603-0643
via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
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