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Face-to-face training during Covid-19

Due to the current situation with Covid-19 and difficulties with finding venues and social distancing,  we have taken the decision to postpone all of our upcoming face-to-face training for 2020, including DoWCoP, Non-Licensable Work and Gas Verification.
To find out about our training dates as soon as they are published, please subscribe to our our monthly eAlert (latest version) by clicking on the link at the top of this page. To be added to a waitlist for a particular course, please email

Our eLearning courses (including Asbestos Awareness, Sustainable Remedaition Appraisal, Soil and Groundwater Risk Assessment and Brownfield Site Investigation) are still available.

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Membership Annual subscription for Principal or Supporter membership for companies, sole traders and academic institutions

The CL:AIRE eLearning portal currently consists of five training course categories:

  • Remediation technologies is free to access. Please make sure you are logged into the website and click on "Events & Training>CL:AIRE eLearning" from the green menu above and choose Remediation technologies.
  • Asbestos Awareness for Groundworkers, Introduction to Brownfield Site InvestigationSoil and Groundwater Risk Assessment and Sustainable Remediation Appraisal need to be purchased from the "Details" links below.

If you are purchasing the course for someone else, please let us know as it is important that their certificate is issued in their name and not yours.

Enrolment Instructions

You or your company will need to purchase access to these courses. Access is not provided until the invoice is paid.

Once your invoice is paid, please go to your Dashboard and download your Enrolment Key. You will see a link to "eLearning Enrolment Information" in the green Actions panel on the top left of your Dashboard.

Once you have your Enrolment Key, click on "Events & Training>CL:AIRE eLearning" from the green menu above. Choose the appropriate course and enter your Enrolment Key in the appropriate box.

If you are still having difficulties, please let us know via the Help Desk .

To support the publication of the Joint Industry Working Group’s Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012: Interpretation for Managing and Working with Asbestos in Soil and Construction and Demolition (C&D) materials: Industry Guidance (shortened name CAR-SOILTM), CL:AIRE has launched a package of training courses across the UK.

CAR-SOILTM is the authoritative document interpreting the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 (CAR 2012 or the Regulations) as applied to working with ground materials contaminated by asbestos, having been prepared with the support of the Health and Safety Executive. It presents the definitive explanation of how the legal requirements of CAR 2012 have been interpreted to apply to work with asbestos contaminated soil and C&D materials.  

The guidance in CAR-SOILTM is underpinned by the fundamental requirements expressed in the Regulations, in relation to the protection of employees from risks related to exposure to asbestos, but is set within a carefully considered framework designed specifically for soil and C&D materials.  


The DoW CoP provides a clear, consistent and efficient process which enables the reuse of excavated materials on-site or their movement between sites.

Use of the DoW CoP supports the sustainable and cost effective development of land. It can provide an alternative to Environmental Permits or Waste Exemptions.

The DoW CoP enables:

  • the direct transfer and reuse of clean naturally occurring soil materials between sites
  • the conditions to support the establishment/operation of fixed soil treatment facilities
  • the reuse of both contaminated/uncontaminated materials on their site of origin and between sites within defined Cluster projects

Gas Protection

The Course is designed for: Geoenvironmental consultants; Developers and House Builders; Building contractors;

 Membrane installers; Building surveyors; Building Control Officers; Contaminated Land Officers; CDM duty holders: Clients, Principal Designers and Principal Contractors; Property Managers

The National Quality Mark Scheme for Land Contamination Management has been developed by the Land Forum to provide visible identification of documents that have been checked for quality by a Suitably Qualified and experienced Person (SQP).