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Instructions on how to register and launch courses on the NETI eLearning Center.

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Advanced Inspector Training (NACT 355)

Date: June 24-26, 2014

Location: EPA, Washington, DC NW Room 6226, William Jefferson Clinton Building South

Course Description: This course three-day course provides advanced concepts for inspecting facilities for compliance with environmental laws and regulations.  Topics covered include:  Use of digital equipment, note taking and report writing, being an effective witness, criminal/civil interface, and use of various field equipment.  There will be practical exercises.  The course is being offered by NETI and the National Air Compliance Training Program of the National Council on Aging.

Audience: Primarily for federal, state, local, and tribal air inspectors.

Equipment: Participants are requested to bring their laptop personal computers and a thumb drive. 

Registration: Air Pollution Training Institute (APTI) website

Contact: Mary Boyer (4mboyer@gmail.com or 916-995-4146) for more information and Art Horowitz (horowitz.arthur@epa.gov).

Course Agenda: NACT 355 DC Agenda (PDF) (1 pg, 21K, About PDF)

SPCC/FRP 40-Hour Inspector Training Course Offered by U.S. EPA Oil Program

Date : June 16-20, 2014

Location: 911 Federal Building (at Lloyds Center)
911 NE 11th Avenue, Portland, OR 97232
Conference Room C

Registration Information: SPCC/FRP 40 house Inspector Training websiteExit EPA Disclaimer

Deadline: Friday, May 2, 2014

 

Environmental Enforcement Introductory Training

Date: April 22-24, 2014

Location: The Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas (LEMIT) at the Sam Houston State University.   Houston, Texas

Course Description: This is a hands-on training opportunity for state, local, and tribal environmental enforcement professionals from the following communities:  regulatory and code enforcement, public health and human services, emergency response, and law enforcement.  The course is designed to meet the needs of individuals engaged in field activities.  Topics include the following:  Hazardous Substances, Toxicology, Officer Safety and Health Plans, Sense Documentation, Evidence Collection, etc.

Audience: State, Local, and Tribal environmental professionals

Class Size: 24 Participants

Registration: LEMIT website

Attachment: Environmenal Enforcement Introductory Training Flyer (PDF) (2 pp, 115K, About PDF)

Contact Information: Andrea L. Hoke (ahoke@shsu.edu or 936-294-3702)

Air Training

Clean Air Act

Inspector Training

Basic Inspector Training

Environmental Statutes Training

Inspection Skills Refresher Training

Health and Safety for Non-EPA Employees Only
(EPA employees should take the course at Skillport)
FIFRA
EPCRA
  • Non-313 Inspectors
  • This course is for EPA personnel only.  The course teaches the history of EPCRA, its requirements for industry to report the storage and release of certain chemicals, and the requirement for state and local agencies to prepare communities in the event of chemical emergencies.  The course also provides various scenarios an inspector may encounter during an inspection.  Please click on the “Course Registration” link and enter your Login ID (EPA email address) and Password.  Then click on “Continue” to register for the course.  You will immediately receive an email confirmation that you may launch the course.
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PCB
Refresher Courses
RCRA

Underground Storage Tanks

Water

Financial Model Training

Introduction to the Economic Benefit Model (BEN)

  • This course will enable users with little or no economic background to use the BEN enforcement economic model in calculating the economic benefit portion of the penalty in enforcement cases. The course consists of three modules: Module 1 introduces the user to the basic concept of economic benefits it fits into EPA’s penalty approach; Module 2 is an introduction to the financial theory and concepts necessary to use the BEN enforcement economic model: and Module 3 is an introduction in how to use the BEN enforcement economic model. (Please note: that these modules are not interactive, but students can run the BEN model at the same time as the course if they want to work through the in-class exercise in Module 3.)
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  • BEN Model Module 3
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Ethics of Environmental Enforcement

  • This course, offered by Project ENCRIPT of the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas (LEMIT) will identify the ways in which unethical behaviors, by white collar criminals, might affect the course of an inspection or an investigation.  The course objective are to:  define ethics as it is related to the environmental enforcement professional, understand the concept of environmental justice, understand the difference between ethics and morals, understand the ethical issues for the environmental enforcement professional.
    Register at: LEMIT website

Integrated Compliance Information System (ICIS) Training Modules

  • Gaining Access to ICIS: The online training module to provide step-by-step instructions on accessing the Integrated Compliance Information System (ICIS).  ICIS is a secure system only available to EPA and state users.
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  • Roles & Responsibilities of a Regional System Administrator: The online training module to provide information on the roles and responsibilities of an ICIS Regional System Administrator.
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  • ICIS Navigation & Searching Techniques: The online training module to provide instructions on the use of navigation tools available in the ICIS database.
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  • ICIS Module 1 Adding a Facility: Online training module to instruct ICIS users on how to add a facility into the ICIS database.
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  • ICIS Module 2 Adding a Permit: Online training module to instruct ICIS users on how to add an NPDES permit into the ICIS database. The various types of permits are discussed in detail.
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  • ICIS Module 3 Compliance Monitoring -- State: Online training module to instruct ICIS users on how to add a State inspection into the ICIS database.
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  • ICIS Module 4 Informal Enforcement Action: Online training module to instruct ICIS users on how to add an informal enforcement actions into the ICIS database.
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  • ICIS Module 5 Permit Tracking Events: Online training module to instruct ICIS users on the use of permit tracking events for ICIS-NPDES users. Detailed discussion on which permit tracking events are automatically or manually generated by the user.
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  • ICIS Module 6 Search Enforcement Actions: Online training module that instructs ICIS user on how to search for an enforcement action record into the ICIS database.
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  • ICIS Module 7 Single Event Violations: Online training module that instructs ICIS users on the definition of single event violations and how to enter the violations into the ICIS database.
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  • Reports Training Module: Online training module to instruct participants on preparing an inspection report.
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  • Preparing to Enter A Permit: Online training module to instruct participants on entering a permit.  This module is very helpful if this is your first time entering a permit.
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