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Short Courses

Short Courses will be offered on Sunday, May 31, and Tuesday afternoon, June 2. Courses are open to both Conference registrants and individuals that will not be attending the Conference technical program.

See pages 76-85 of the Preliminary Program for a description of each course. See below the Fees table for a list of courses and the times they are scheduled.

ITRC Course Notification: State and federal government employees qualify to attend ITRC courses for free. Please contact Tadbir Singh (tsingh@ecos.org) with ITRC to verify your eligibility and obtain the waiver promo code. You will need to validate the waiver promo code on the registration page.

Register by Feb. 28 to ensure your preferred course continues. Courses with insufficient registrants numbers by Feb. 28 may be subject to cancellation.

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Short Course Fees

Paid by

February 28, 2020

Paid after

February 28, 2020

Half-Day Course (4 Hours)

$200

$275

Full-Day Course (8 Hours)

$300

$375

Short Course Registration Terms & Conditions

Payment is required to confirm registration. Registration discounts apply only to payments received by the specified dates. Checks will be accepted for registrations made through March 30, 2020. Beginning March 31, 2020, payment can be made only by major credit card. Purchase orders will not be accepted. Fees are not transferable to other Battelle Conferences. All technical program registration terms and conditions apply to short course registrations. Please see the Registration page for details.

Sunday, May 31, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (all-day)

  • Applied Sequence Stratigraphic Concepts for Predictive Conceptual Site Models: A Hands-On Training Session
  • ITRC: Managing PFAS Contamination at Your Site
  • Applications of Stable Isotopes in Contaminant Remediation and Forensics
  • * Use of Molecular and Genomic Tools for Understanding and Managing Environmental Processes

Sunday, May 31, 8:00 a.m.-12:00 noon (half-day)

  • Application of Aerobic Vinyl Chloride Oxidation Processes in Contaminated Groundwater Remediation Strategies
  • Delineating Subsurface Heterogeneity by Hydraulic Tomography for Effective Remediation and Monitoring
  • ITRC: Optimizing Injection Strategies and In Situ Remediation Performance
  • Hydrogeochemistry Made Easy for Applied Site Investigation and Remediation
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for Site Assessment and Characterization

Sunday, May 31, 1:00-5:00 p.m. (half-day)

  • Assessing and Addressing Potential Preferential Pathways for Vapor Intrusion
  • Effective Application of Multiple ITRC Guidance Documents to Hydrocarbon Sites
  • Practical High-Pressure Injection: Preparation, Tools, Design, Distribution, and Evaluation Illustrated by Case Studies
  •  ITRC: Implementing Advanced Site Characterization Tools
  • Remediation of Contaminant Mass in Low-Permeability Materials

Tuesday, June 2, 2:00-6:00 p.m. (half-day)

  • ITRC: The Emerging Contaminant 1,4-Dioxane
  • ITRC: Risk Communication, an Emerging Contaminants Focus