COURSE: WENV 101 Introduction to Environmental Management CourseOBJECTIVE: For each student to comprehend the responsibilities of CE environmental management, the interface with other organizations and activities, and how to plan and execute environmental programs. Students shall become familiar with management systems, requirements, and techniques to implement compliance, conservation, clean-up (restoration), and pollution prevention. DESCRIPTION: This comprehensive course provides an overview of pertinent laws, regulations, and Air Force policies and guidance governing compliance activities (e.g., air, water, special pollutants, hazardous waste management, etc.), conservation (natural and cultural resource preservation), and clean-up (restoration). Students are introduced to Air Force established programs to comply with laws and regulations. Key programs and topics include Pollution Prevention, environmental analysis, Environmental, Safety and Occupational Health Capability Assessment and Management Program (ESOHCAMP), Installation Restoration Program (IRP), environmental funding, and contracting. In addition, the course also focuses on tasks and responsibilities that are expected of CE environmental management at the base level to include, managing effective Environmental, Safety and Occupational Health Councils (ESOHC) and partnering with regulators and the local community. Class exercises illustrate key points by allowing students to apply concepts to realistic scenarios dealing with asset management. PRIMARY AUDIENCE: Personnel within civil engineer organizations recently assigned to environmental programs. SECONDARY AUDIENCE: Other personnel with environmental responsibilities. GRADE: Officers: O1-O6; Enlisted: E4-E9; Civilians: GS5-GS14 PREREQUISITES: None DELIVERY METHOD: Resident (classroom) COURSE CREDIT: 3 CEUs in compliance with IACET standards COURSE LENGTH: 5 days QUESTIONS? Send us an e-mail by clicking the Contact Us button.