Triad Training for Managers introduces the Triad process, which can be applied to site characterization, remedial design, remedy implementation, remedy operation and maintenance, and remedy optimization. The Triad process is designed to streamline the project lifecycle for environmental restorations in a legal, technically sound, and cost-effective manner.
By taking the course, participants will achieve the following objectives:
Important Notice: Due to the content presented during a CEC course and the restrictions in place for non-citizens to enter federal buildings, international attendees are not permitted to attend CEC courses.
- Understand how the Triad process uses systematic planning, dynamic work strategies, and real-time measurement tools. The Triad process combines systematic planning, dynamic work strategies, and real-time measurement tools to collect information, which provides a more in-depth view of the environmental issues at a site and lead to more certain and defensible decision-making. The course will provide a thorough explanation of what is involved in systematic planning, dynamic work strategies, and real-time measurement tools.
- Examine concrete site examples where the Triad process has been applied and discover the quantifiable benefits of using the Triad approach. The Triad approach has saved time and money at sites in a variety of regulatory programs. The course will evaluate case studies to show how the Triad approach improved project efficiencies and the certainty of the decisions at several sites. These decisions are similar to the decisions that are typically recommended and made by the managers taking this course. In addition, the course will review those situations where implementation of the Triad approach would not be recommended.
For general information contact Jodi McCarty (ICF)
by telephone at 703-251-0347
via e-mail at email@example.com
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