The Introduction to Brownfield Site Investigation eLearning course has been designed to be consistent with the National Brownfield Skills Framework (NBSF), a nationally recognised learning framework.
The NBSF states that site investigation covers the preparation, implementation, testing and presentation of information detailing the extent of contamination on a site and the impact of this on human health and the environment.
Such information should be relevant, sufficient, reliable and transparent to aid decision-making. Set at an introductory level, the course content aligns with Level 2 of the NBSF, is aimed at those in the early stages of their careers or those new to the industry and provides a comprehensive introduction to the investigation of brownfield sites.
The course consists of 10 modules and two assessments. The first assessment is set after module 1 and the second on completion of all the modules. Each module consists of a 15-30 minute video, pdf slides and recommended reading list. The modules are:
- Module 1 - An Introduction to Brownfield Site Investigation
- Module 2 - Documentary Research
- Module 3 - Site Reconnaissance
- Module 4 - Design of the Investigation
- Module 5 - Surveying
- Module 6 - Service Avoidance
- Module 7 - Monitoring and Sampling
- Module 8 - In‐situ Testing
- Module 9 - Laboratory Testing
- Module 10 - Site Safety
The eLearning has been developed by RSK - global provider of environmental consultancy with one of the largest site investigation contracting capabilities in the UK. The course has been reviewed by the CL:AIRE Technology and Research Group.
To purchase, visit https://www.claire.co.uk/commerce/112346-elearning.
Course Cost = £95 + VAT. CL:AIRE membership discounts apply (25% Principal & 15% Supporter)
All enquiries visit the Help Desk: www.claire.co.uk/help-desk