The goal of The Civil Engineer School is to maximize the safety of all students, faculty and staff. We will continue to adjust our policies as the situation unfolds.
Effective 1 September 2021, Wright-Patterson AFB is operating under Health Protection Condition (HPCON) Charlie. While under HPCON Charlie and through December 2021, The Civil Engineer School plans to maximize distance learning delivery methods and consider in-resident course offerings on a case-by-case basis only.
WMGT 101 will proceed in-resident in October 2021 as scheduled.
COURSE: WENV 160 Qualified Recycling Program Management (ISEERB)
For each student to understand the Department of Defense requirements for operating a Qualified Recycling Program (QRP).
Students should understand how to plan, establish and operate a QRP.
ISEERB approved for all DoD Components
This inter-service course delivers principles and methods to assist students in planning and operating a QRP.
The course focuses on a review regulations; identifying materials eligible for QRP recycling; collecting, sorting and processing; conducting direct sales; recordkeeping and financial management.
Appointed QRP Manager (or alternate), Solid Waste Manager (or alternate), QRP Auditors
Other QRP Personnel, Civil Engineering/Public Works/Facilities Operations/Environmental personnel with QRP oversight responsibilities
2.25 hours of pre-course (online) work is required before the "live" portion of the course; students will be given access to the pre-course material 14 days before the residential class portion.
Blended: (4.5 Days (Distant Learning), + online (pre-course)
Course enrollment closes 21 days prior to course start date or when the course roster and waiting list fills up. These courses fill up fast, if registration isn't open within the 90 day window, then there are no available seats.
Due to Cornonavirus concerns we have made the decision to convert the Wenv 160 QRP Management offerings to a fully electronic live broadcast. You will be able to view the content and participate from anywhere with a computer and internet access. Luckily, AFIT offers about half our courses via distance learning already and we are very good at it; so it will still be a really good course and very similar to what you would get in the residential version (the main drawback is that you won’t get the valuable networking benefits). You will be able to ask your questions live, chat with fellow classmates, take a virtual field trip, and participate in valuable group exercises. COURSE CREDIT:
3.0 CEUs in compliance with IACET standards
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