Classroom Training - Unexploded Ordnance Basic Training

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Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Basic Training was a two-day, entry-level course designed to provide a solid overview of key environmental issues associated with ordnance and explosives (OE) cleanup. Participants were introduced to basic terminology, OE/UXO identification, safety concerns, regulatory requirements, conventional and innovative technology, site characterization, and remediation. UXO Basic Training provided introductory background on key OE/UXO cleanup issues relevant to state regulator, federal environmental program manager, and community stakeholder oversight responsibilities. Course instructors combined lecture, handouts, case studies, and class participation to provide an interesting and interactive training experience.

Learn more about UXO cleanup in ITRC’s associated documents and Internet-based training.

Dates Locations
October 28, 2003 Austin, TX
May 13, 2003 Anchorage, AK
December 10, 2002 Monterey, CA
July 23, 2002 Seattle, WA
May 21, 2002 Boston, MA
March 26, 2002 Charleston, SC
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Participants

508 participants attended the classroom training on Unexploded Ordnance Basic Training, 2002-2003

Private Sector: 89, State / local Government 190, Federal Government: 207, and other: 22

Classroom Training Quotes

"Very good beginner course. I am a state regulator [with] no experience in this field. This course met and exceeded my need for a baseline understanding of UXO."

- State Regulator