Environmental Protection (Including FGS for Overseas Offerings)
|Offering No.||CDP||CIN||N74 ENVIRONMENTAL TRAINING COURSES||Start Date||End Date||Location|
|22005||9554||A-4A-0036||Environmental Protection||18-Oct-21||22-Oct-21||WEBINAR (0700-1400 PDT)|
|22010||9554||A-4A-0036||Environmental Protection||6-Dec-21||10-Dec-21||WEBINAR(0500-1200 PDT)|
|22020||9554||A-4A-0036||Environmental Protection||31-Jan-22||4-Feb-22||Webinar (CEC Officers Only)(0600-1300 PST)|
|22030||9554||A-4A-0036||Environmental Protection||1-Mar-22||4-Mar-22||Mayport, FL (In-Person Offering)|
|22040||9554||A-4A-0036||Environmental Protection||17-May-22||20-May-22||San Diego, CA (In-Person Offering)|
|22050||9554||A-4A-0036||Environmental Protection||18-Jul-22||22-Jul-22||WEBINAR (0500-1200 PDT)|
|22060||9554||A-4A-0036||Environmental Protection||20-Sept-22||23-Sept-22||Newport, RI (In-Person Offering)|
This excellent course is designed to provide civilian and military personnel with the basics of the Navy's programs for environmental protection at Navy and Marine Corps Shore Activities. The 3.5-day course is particularly helpful for the novice, but also provides an excellent overview of the Navy's integrated environmental programs.
Course topics include Overview of DON Integrated Environmental Programs, Environmental Law & Legislation, Liability, Clean Water Act, Safe Drinking Water Act, Spill Control and Countermeasures, Storage Tanks, Clean Air Act, Climate Change Science, Hazardous Materials Management, Hazardous and Solid Waste Management, Natural and Cultural Resources, NEPA, and a catch-all Topic PCB Management, Pesticide Use, Lead-Based Paint, Asbestos, and Radon.
This course is required for Civil Engineer Corps Officers PWO Level II training.
Upon request, this course is available to Overseas Installations for FGS/JEGS training.
Active duty military and civilian employees. Attendance will be useful not only to personnel working in environmental protection, compliance, and natural resources programs, but to those who interface with environmental staff such as Public Affairs, Safety, Facility Planning, Public Works, Acquisition, Budget, FEAD, and Management staff. This course is required for Naval Civil Engineer Corps Officers Level II PW certification.
For Level I PW certification, see *Environmental Protection for PWO Level I*.