LQM is a specialist environmental consultancy based in Nottingham (UK) with an international reputation for assessing and managing the risks posed to human health and the environment by contaminants in soil. Increasingly this is being done within a context of sustainable development and specifically sustainable brownfield regeneration.
We provide consultancy, peer review and expert witness services, contract research and training courses on all aspects of the management of land contamination to problem holders, developers and local government.
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BS ISO 18400‑104:2018 'Sampling Strategies' (and other members of the BS ISO 18400 series) is guidance intended to be used in conjunction with and take precedence over BS 10175:2011+A2:2017 'Investigation of potentially contaminated sites'.
Delegates will need to bring their own laptops (large display screens recommended) with the QGIS 3+ software installed and ready to use (if this is a problem, please give us a call on 0115 7484080). Full joining instructions including details of which QGIS install version we will be using will be sent to each delegate prior to the course.
This course follows on from and builds on the learning outcomes of the QGIS 1 course. Taken on its own it presumes some familiarity of and experience with QGIS so beginners would benefit from also taking the QGIS 1 course.
The course will be of relevance to:
|Nottingham (Private Sector)||04/12/2019||£285.00||4||
|Nottingham (Public sector)||04/12/2019||£170.00||5||
Note: All prices exclude VAT, which we are obliged to charge at the prevailing rate
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"A really useful day, thanks" (Consultant)
"Useful handouts, good for future reference, appreciated willingness to stay on to demonstrate features" (Consultant)
"Lots of relevant information and good pieces of information" (Consultant)
"The coordination and style of presentation was good" (PostDoc Researcher)
*** LQM response based on QGIS2 feedback (below): NEW course QGIS3 added! ***
"The course really is good with some great content that is very applicable and will change the way we design SI’s, interpret, store, and present data" (Consultant)
"With so much quality content and some not-so-simple concepts and tasks it really would have been great to have had it spread over at least two days!" (Consultant)
"Really great content, very applicable and useful. Would love to come back and spend a full day on the second half of the day!" (Consultant)
"Topics covered and detailed demos" (Consultant)
"Expanded existing knowledge of QGIS" (Consultant)
"Good overview of what QGIS can do, but too much for 1 day really, training could easily be spread over 2 days" (Consultant)
"Excellent practicals and demonstrations. A lot of information and topics to cover in one day" (Consultant)
"A QGIS3 course may help spread the content and give time for experimentation before moving on to the more difficult topics" (Consultant)
"On hand help and advice, but needs a 3rd day!" (Consultant)
"Very relevant information, learnt a lot" (Consultant)
Learn how to extract greater value and information from your datasets using the free and open source Geographic Information System, QGIS 3+.
Learn how to use QGIS 3+ to help solve your contaminated land problems more efficiently using reproducable workflows.
Technical Briefing Webinar in Ground Gases on the site specific specification of appropriate gas membranes.
Technical Briefing Webinar in Ground Gases to inform practitioners how to correctly apply BS 8485:2015+A1:2019.