A career is a life long learning journey in which its important to reinforce what you know, broaden horizons and develop new skills along the way.
LQM’s continued commitment to raising standards among practitioners and regulators on topics of timely relevance and new approaches to contaminated land management is reflected in the depth and breadth of face to face training courses and accessible online lie and recorded learning opportunities currently available.
Similarly, the number of contaminated land products (software tools, publications, recorded tutorials and webinars) also continues to expand to meet different demands from clients and practitioners.
The next few months are packed with a range of face-to-face and online training opportunities which have been conveniently listed below to help you find something of interest over the long dark autumn-winter days ahead! Happy learning.
Face-to-Face Courses (Nottingham)
|19 November 2019||Introduction to hydrogeological risk assessment for Contaminated Land|
|03 December 2019||QGIS 1: Building a QGIS project – the road to data visualisation|
|04 December 2019||QGIS 2: Solving & Visualising Contaminated Land Problems using QGIS|
|05 December 2019||QGIS 3: Creating Efficient Workflows for Contaminated Land Problems using QGIS|
Equipe Group collaboration (Banbury, Oxfordshire)
A new exciting collaboration with Equipe Training, providers of vocational training and continual assessment to all stakeholders in the geotechnical industry.
|04 February 2020||Contaminated Land in Geotechnical Practice|
|18 February 2020||Sampling and Scheduling for Geoenvironmental Testing|
Professional Practice Webinars (Live Online webinars)
(previously recorded webinars also available)
This series aims to raise standards among practitioners and regulators on topics of timely relevance.
|18 October 2019||The Language of Risk|
|15 November 2019||Bioavailability State of the Art|
|13 December 2019||Green Remediation|
|21 February 2020||Blowin’ in the Wind: Risk Assessment of Asbestos in Soil|
|20 March 2020||We need to talk Part 2A – a crammer in Part IIa language|
Early Career Briefings (Live Online webinars)
This series of webinars is aimed at practitioners and regulators, at all stages of their career long learning journey.
|06 December 2019||Toxicology 101|
|10 January 2020||Geology 101|
|07 February 2020||Data analysis and statistics 101|
LQM GIS web-bytes (QGIS for contaminated land applications, recorded tutorials)
A quick and accessible way to pick-up some useful QGIS tips and tricks for your contaminated land work or a taster for one of our face-to-face courses.
If you have a specific task or workflow you require then please let us know.
|Site Zoning Using Risk Assessment Criteria||(18 mins)|
|Viewing your Site Photographs||(12 mins)|
|Viewing your Borehole Logs||(12 mins)|
GIS skills in Contaminated Land / Brownfield Sector
- i) obtain industry practitioner viewpoint of the importance of GIS tools for every day work tasks
- ii) raise awareness of training initiatives to demonstrate the ability of developing staff data science skills to increase productivity and improve project outcomes