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The UT Arlington Division for Enterprise Development's Environmental Training Institute (ETI) offers compliance assistance training for those managing environmental challenges or implementing environmental regulations in Air, Waste, Water and Management. Through training and education, you or your employees can play an active role in your sustainable compliance strategy. Visits from the EPA can be extremely expensive. Avoid paying penalties by educating your workforce. Courses can be taken individually or in support of certificate programs - no need to apply to UT Arlington, simply register for your courses and begin the learning process. Finally, with contract or on-site training, we bring the course materials and experts to your facility, customizing the curriculum for your business, on a schedule that is convenient for your operations.


Introduction to Environmental Compliance

This course is designed to give environmental, health, and safety professionals the tools they need to ensure their workplace is in compliance with environmental regulations and reduce environmental risks. The course will cover the basics of environmental regulations and demonstrate how to identify pertinent regulations to your operations.

It will also cover elements of the major environmental programs at the State level and review the enforcement and compliance tools by regulatory area. Activities and case studies will be used throughout the course to allow attendees to apply knowledge of the topics discussed during the course.

ETI101 Introduction to Environmental Compliance
July 9-12, 2019

Chemistry for the Environmental Professional

This class is designed for the environmental professional seeking knowledge in basic chemistry practices to assist them in every day decision making. This class reviews the following topics:
- Chemical compatibility/reactivity
- Chemistry and Safety Data Sheets
- Organic compounds
- Metals
- Chemical and physical reactions
- Chemical measurements
- Calculating and reporting for the environmental professional
- Chemical effects on the environment
- Chemical movement in the air, water and soil

MM722 Chemistry for the Environmental Professional
July 16-18, 2019

Stack Testing / Ambient Monitoring Project Management

To ensure that the regulated community understands EPA data quality assurance requirements for performing stack testing and ambient monitoring, this course provides attendees an overview of key concepts and best management practices for successful Stack Testing/Ambient Monitoring Project Management and testing oversight. Topics covered: review of common EPA stack test methods and common pollutants monitored, how to read and interpret a stack test report, identify errors/ omissions, identifying key siting and configuration factors that affect monitoring, required data collection, and quality assurance necessary for data validation. Prerequisite: AIR 201 Fundamentals of the Clean Air Act.

AIR211 Stack Testing / Ambient Monitoring Project Management
July 19, 2019

Fundamentals of the Clean Air Act (Online Simulcast)

The Clean Air Act (CAA) requires facilities to implement robust air emission control practices which are regulated and enforced through a complex permitting process. During this class, the instructor will give an overview of the most pertinent CAA requirement including the New Source Review process, Title V permitting, Permit by Rule, and requirements for Hazardous Air Permitting. Using class room activities and presentations with a discussion of compliance and enforcement activities, students will gain an understanding of what requirements may apply to their facility(ies) and the path to compliance.

AIR201 Fundamentals of the Clean Air Act (Online Simulcast)
July 24-26, 2019

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act

This course is designed for professionals who must understand the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). RCRA describes both the federal statute and regulatory law for managing, storing, and shipping hazardous waste.

Participants will learn about the rule's applicability and exemptions that may be applied under certain circumstances. They will understand the basics of making waste determinations (solid waste, hazardous waste, universal waste, and used oil), how to differentiate the three generator classes, and waste management practices that apply to each.

The course also covers additional generator requirements that may or may not apply, including land disposal restrictions and satellite accumulation areas. One course module presents Department of Transportation (DOT) rules that apply to both offerers and transporters of hazardous waste, which begin to apply when the hazardous waste is prepared for shipment, usually at the generator facility.

WST401 Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
July 29 - August 1, 2019



These Free, 1-Hour Webinars will allow you to connect with a field specialist, who will speak on current Environmental topics. Participants will be able to ask and answer questions, and network with contemporaries in their field. Each webinar will cover a unique topic. Times will vary. Please refer to our online schedule for more details.

  • Environmental Webinar - Climate Change Preparation and Mitigation for Businesses
    August 12, 2019 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
  • Environmental Webinar - EPA Collaboration in States With/Without Audit Privilege
    September 9, 2019 from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
  • Environmental Webinar - SPCC Overview: Secondary Containment
    October 7, 2019 from 11am - Noon
  • Environmental Webinar - Environmental Management Systems
    November 4, 2019 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
  • Environmental Webinar - Using Lean Six Sigma Principles For Environmental Management
    December 9, 2019 from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM


    Contract (On-Site) Training

    Do you have a specific training requirement? Do you want to tailor your training to meet your specific requirements, regulatory requirements, application, personnel, or situation? We can incorporate your specific requirements to provide custom made training to fit your unique requirements. Contact us today!


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    Environmental Technology Professional (ETP)
    For those looking to capitalize on the growing need for Environmental Technicians, the Environmental Technology Professional (ETP) Certificate Program is designed and developed to provide you with the training essential for an entry level position as an Environmental Technician. Participants are required to complete three required courses and an elective course. After completing these requirements, you are only two (2) additional courses away from completing the Specialist in Environmental Regulations (SER).

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    Specialist in Environmental Regulations (SER)
    This certification introduces three key areas within the environmental industry: Air, Water, and Waste. Earn your SER by completing four (4) required fundamental regulatory courses. Once you complete these requirements, you are only four (4) additional courses away from completing your Environmental Regulatory Professional (ERP) or Environmental Science Professional (ESP) requirements, and five (5) additional courses away from completing your Environmental Management Professional (EMP).

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    Environmental Regulatory Professional (ERP)
    This certificate program focuses on providing a professional with tools to understand and implement environmental regulatory requirements. To receive this designation, the ERP will have completed a set of core required courses and four electives based on their interests and/or industry. A listing of the curriculum requirements is provided below. The certificate consists of taking four required courses and four electives.

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    Environmental Science Professional (ESP)
    For those environmental professionals seeking information on the science behind the regulations, the Environmental Science Professional certificate program has curriculum to support this goal. With a base knowledge of the regulatory requirements, this certificate program includes electives specific to the ESP. A listing of the curriculum requirements is provided below. The ESP certification requirements are met when the four required courses and four electives are completed.

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    Environmental Management Professional (EMP)
    Environmental professionals looking for tools to manage their environmental duties will find this advanced level certification program is aligned with their goals. The management of environmental issues requires skills that include: regulatory knowledge, leadership, communication and planning. This certificate program has courses to support the development of these skills. The EMP certification requirements are met when the six (6) required courses and three (3) electives are completed.

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    Master Certification (MC) for the Environmental Professional
    The Master Certification is our most advanced level of certification with tracks available in Safety and Health, Environmental, and Risk Management. The foundation of this advanced certification is the Management System Design for EHS course made up of three sessions with hands-on application work completed by the participants between sessions. To complete the Master Certification, participants must complete all requirements and required electives in their selected track.