A little over a year ago, over 260 individuals gathered from the U.S. and abroad at UMass-Amherst in Massachusetts to discuss the use of the Triad Approach to conduct investigations and remedial actions faster, better, and at a reduced cost. The Triad Community of Practice (CoP) decided to update and repackage several of those same sessions to benefit the greater CLU-IN audience that either may not have been able to attend the conference, or were not able to attend a specific presentation while at the conference. By doing this, we hope you too can learn more about some of the Triad tools and how they have been applied by your colleagues in the environmental industry.
Today's session is the first in a series of seven sessions collectively comprising Triad Month on CLU-IN. During this two-hour seminar, we will introduce students to the basic elements of the Triad approach and process. This seminar, which is primarily for managers and non-technical staff, describes processes for improving the performance of a project during setup, site characterization, and remediation/reuse and provides numerous "how to" examples of Triad processes. Instructors for this session include Robert Howe with Tetra Tech EMI and Kym Takasaki with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
See also the calendar for August 2009 at CLU-IN (http://www.clu-in.org/training/) for more details about all seven sessions being offered during Triad Month.
For general information contact Jean Balent
by telephone at 703-603-9924
via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
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