COURSE: WENV 021 Introduction to Environmental Restoration Program CourseOBJECTIVE: For each student to comprehend the objectives, principles, and mechanics of the Environmental Restoration Program (ERP) as well as the interrelationships between the technical, legal, and community relations aspects of the program. DESCRIPTION: This course will enable each student to respond as a more effective team member for an installation's ERP. It explains the various aspects of the ERP to familiarize students with the requirements, procedures, and responsibilities of the program. It discusses the physical and regulatory laws that govern environmental restoration and introduces the Air Force program. Topics will include the programs, contaminants and emerging issues, the science of restoration, CERCLA and RCRA requirements, Munitions, and interaction with regulators. PRIMARY AUDIENCE: Personnel directly involved with Restoration to include: ERP Attorneys, Installation and Headquarters ERP Public Affairs Specialists, New ERP Support and Installation Management Flight managers SECONDARY AUDIENCE: Personnel associated with Restoration to include: Installation Bioenvironmental Engineers, Installation and Headquarters Real Estate professionals, Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) Community Co-Chairs Service Center Representatives, Installation and Headquarters Contracting, Regional and State Regulatory Counterparts, ERP supervisory personnel. GRADE: Commissioned officer, Non-Commisioned Officer, GS-7 or above PREREQUISITES: High school graduate or above SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: None DELIVERY METHOD: Satellite Broadcast (0800-1200 EST) Additional assignments completed after the broadcast COURSE CREDIT: 1.7 CEUs in compliance with IACET standards COURSE LENGTH: 1 week QUESTIONS? Send us an e-mail by clicking the Contact Us button.