In this "live" online class, you'll get a thorough review of all of the steps in a typical site remediation case, network with other LSRPs and NJDEP personnel, and earn continuing education credits for your professional licenses. Plus, this course satisfies the pre-requisite course requirement for the LSRP Licensing Exam. Whether you've taken the original Case Study class in the past or you're new to this subject matter, we hope you'll join us for the "next generation" of this popular course!
Using examples from real-life site remediation cases, this course will teach LSRPs how to approach investigation and remediation activities at contaminated sites in New Jersey. Attendees will learn how site history, geology, topography, future site plans, changing land use, and other regional activities can affect environmental conditions at sites, as well as how to modify their approach to remediation based on these kinds of factors. Incomplete remedial investigations are still the most common technical problem in the Site Remediation Program, so this course will emphasize this crucial issue.
This course is structured to provide an interactive group learning experience. The instructors will use the Zoom polling feature to engage students during lectures and discussions.
Representatives from the NJDEP Site Remediation Waste Management Program will teach this program and answer students' questions.
LSRP Licensing Exam Pre-requisite Course Requirement:
This course will satisfy the pre-requisite course requirement in order to take the LSRP Licensing Exam OR will qualify for LSRP Continuing Education Credits. It will not count for both. The NJDEP has announced that the next LSRP exam date will be in Spring 2022, so this class will take place before the exam.