The ASTSWMO Federal Facilities Subcommittee developed this webpage to provide a compendium of available training resources and opportunities for ASTSWMO members responsible for overseeing environmental compliance and cleanups at federal facilities. The information and links provided below direct interested members to several government agencies and other organizations that provide ongoing training and educational events, and archives for past events covering a wide range of environmental regulatory and program topics.
This webpage includes links to resources created and maintained by other organizations. ASTSWMO and the Federal Facilities Subcommittee does not control or guarantee the accuracy, relevance, timeliness, or completeness of this outside information. Further, the inclusion of links to particular websites is not intended to reflect an ASTSWMO endorsement of any views expressed on those sites.
Please contact Charles Reyes, ASTSWMO staff, to suggest additional resources for including on this webpage.
- Superfund 101 and Fundamentals of Superfund
- Remedial Program Managers
- Remedial and Removal Processes
- Remedial Design/Remedial Action
- Hazardous Ranking System
- Site Characterization
- Incremental Sampling
- Land Use and Onsite/Offsite Determinations
- Community Involvement
- Records of Decision (RODs)
- Coordinating with Tribes
- RCRA/CERCLA Integration
- Resolving Issues before Formal Dispute
- Role of Superfund Performance Measures
- Determining ARARs in RODs
- Groundwater Policy
- Federal Facility Five-Year Reviews
- Military Munitions Policy
DoD’s Environmental Research Programs, SERDP & ESTCP, convene events with representatives from the military, academia, and industry to examine the current state of the science and engineering on specific environmental problems. Upcoming and archived events are provided on their website.
SERDP & ESTCP host a webinar series to promote the transfer of innovative, cost-effective and sustainable solutions developed through projects funded in five program areas. Live webinars will be held every two weeks on Thursdays from 12:00 PM ET (9:00 AM PT) to 1:30 PM ET (10:30 AM PT). Upcoming and archived webinars are provided on their website.
The Naval CECOS offers several environmental training courses in four general program areas – Compliance, Conservation, Management, and Restoration. State regulators are welcome to select courses by invitation and depending on space availability. See each course for additional information about State attendance.
The USACE Learning Center offers in-person and online training courses across several disciplines. State employees can register for classes by written request to the Registrar’s office
The NCTC offers in-person and online training across several disciplines geared toward conservation. A course guide is available here.
ITRC offers free Internet-based training classes in partnership with U.S. EPA CLU-IN, and multi-day classroom trainings for States. The Training webpage provides information on how to participate in and request trainings from ITRC, and details on upcoming and archived trainings.
The RAIS provides training on a suite of radionuclide and chemical calculators developed by the U.S. Department of Energy and EPA.