Training partnership helps solve skills shortage

25 August 2022


HydroTerra is pleased to announce its Corporate Partnership with ALGA, the leading Association in contaminated land and groundwater across Australasia. The formalisation of this partnership follows Richard Campbell’s involvement as Committee Member in the recent successful delivery of ecoforum 2022 in Newcastle.

In recognition of the current shortage of trained environmental monitoring resources that the industry is currently experiencing, HydroTerra is launching a tailored and practical groundwater monitoring course. The course will be promoted and accessible to ALGA members.  Groundwater training will include a mandatory online component, with an optional face-to-face module available for live demonstration of groundwater sampling techniques and technologies using current equipment.

Further training needs across the industry will be sought through a survey of all ALGA members and HydroTerra clients.  In the delivery of the training, HydroTerra will engage with CEnvP to recognise Continuing Professional Development (CPD) of its participants. If you would like to hear more about the upcoming training courses, please register your interest here.