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Technical Training Series

5 Webinars
Various Dates

TNI is offering a new Technical Series of courses that will begin with the five courses described below being offered between February and June 2018. Special pricing is available to participants who sign-up for all five webinars.

You may choose to register for individual courses or all 5 at a discount. Register Now to sign up.

Method Specific Training – Wastewater  2/23/2018
The objective for the four-hour class is to present the requirements for wastewater testing as required by 40CFR Part 136. This presentation will present the quality control requirements used by EPA to regulate wastewater. The examples are for the compliance with the wastewater testing as defined by EPA and Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater.

Microbiology  3/23/2018
The objective for the four-hour class is to present the requirements for microbiology methods. The review includes writing the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) and the concepts for the common water methods, including plate counts, enumeration methods, filtration methods, presence/absence, and other techniques. The quality control from the TNI standards Volume 1, Module 5 will be included.

Method Specific Training - Drinking Water  4/19/2018
The objective for the four-hour class is to present the requirements for drinking water testing as required by 40CFR Part 141. This presentation will present the various rules used by EPA to regulate drinking water. The examples are for the compliance with the drinking water testing as defined by EPA and Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater.

General Chemistry  5/24/2018
The objective for the four-hour class is to present the requirements for general chemistry methods. The review includes writing the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) and the concepts for titration, electrode (specific ion), gravimetric, colorimetric, spectrophotometric and others.

Method Specific Training - Soil  6/12/2018
The objective for the four-hour class is to present the requirements for soil testing as required by Various EPA programs. This presentation will present the quality control and sampling requirements used by EPA and clients to determine the amount of a compound in the soil. The data quality object (DQO) process will be presented for the determination of the data quality indicators needed for the decision.

Fees:

$90 per webinar for TNI members
$100 per webinar for non-members
$400 per webinar for groups of 5 or more students
$400 for all 5 classes (the full series) for TNI members*
$450 for all 5 classes (the full series) for non-members* 

NOTE: Even after the Series has started, you can sign-up for the full series and make-up for missed classes by requesting a copy of the recorded webcast by contacting Ilona Taunton (ilona.taunton@nelac-institute.org). 

NOTE: An additional $15 per person will be charged for anyone who desires a Certificate of Attendance (CoA) or Certificate of Completion (CoC) for a course. A passing score of 2/3 must be received on the Quiz in order to receive CEUs and a CoC. If the series is purchased, a single certificate can be purchased to cover all 5 classes for $15.

*The full series option must be purchased to receive the discount.

 

Format:
Webinar Series

Start Date:
Friday 23rd February 2018, 11:00am EST

Length:
4 hours each

This course has been reviewed and approved by TNI.

Presented By:


Marlene Moore

About the Presenter:
Marlene Moore founded Advanced Systems, Inc. in February 1992 as a consulting company specializing in quality systems for laboratory and sampling operations. She brings together the needs of quality system management, measurement operations and regulatory compliance.

Marlene Moore has worked and managed sampling and testing laboratories for over twenty years before providing her expertise to others. Current work includes assessing for laboratory accreditation programs to ISO/IEC 17025 and assessing to ISO/IEC 17065 for conformity assessment certification programs. Assessments are performed for A2LA, ANAB and ANSI. Additional assessor and auditor training was completed under the EPA Safe Drinking Water Program for State certification laboratory auditors for inorganic, organic and microbiology and as an ISO auditor for ISO 9000. Formerly an RAB ASQ/ANSI registered auditor.