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Workshops & Education

High Quality Workshops are held regularly in Water Quality, Nutrient Management, Wastewater Treatment and Regional Council Consents and Compliance Management under the Resource Management Act

Workshops & Education

Regular Workshops/Training are held around New Zealand or at venues selected by a group of attendees requesting specific workshops/training. Since the launch of the workshops in July 2015, in excess of 180 professionals from Regional Councils, Consultancies and CRI have attended to date.

  • October 26, 2019

Nov- Dec 2019 Effective Farm Nutrient Management under the RMA 2-day Workshop

The cumulative efforts from research, regulation, education, collaboration and industry initiation in the recent decade have ensued in overwhelming information in nutrient management including a range of mitigation tools and nutrient management models such as Overseer®. Despite being information rich and having implemented many measures, are we confident we are on the right track? Are we receiving effective advice from the experts? Have we clearly understood the science behind nutrient management on farms and water in the context of the Resource Management Act?

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  • October 26, 2019

Nov-Dec 2019 ENVIROKNOWLEDGE® Wastewater Management under the RMA Workshop

The two-day November-December 2019 short training has been designed for District/City Councils' and Industrial wastewater engineers, Consultants and Regional Council Consents, Compliance, Science and Planning professionals. Since November 2016, in excess of 70 professionals have attended with excellent feedback.

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  • May 19, 2019

June-July 2019 Regional Council Consents Monitoring ENVIROKNOWLEDGE® Workshop

Two-day technical workshop which deals with the technical aspects of a wide ranging Regional Council resource consents monitoring to provide effective process.

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  • June 30, 2018

July- August 2018 Nitrogen in the Environment 2-Day workshop for Scientists andTechnical Professionals

If you are a science, academic or consultancy professional and wish to expand or challenge your knowledge in Nitrogen in the Environment this is a great opportunity to join 35 similar professionals (including PhD holders) who have already attended this workshop.

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  • June 30, 2018

August 2018 Nitrogen in the Environment 2-day Workshop for Consents/Planning Professionals

Following the successful past annual workshops since 2015, the Consents/Planning professionals who work on discharge or water quality issues are invited to attend the Nitrogen in the Environment workshop in Hamilton, Dunedin and Christchurch in August 2018.

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  • May 25, 2018

June-July 2018 ENVIROKNOWLEDGE® Effective Regional Council Consents Process Workshop

Since 2015 in excess of 50 regional council and consultancy professionals have attended this very high quality workshop. This is another opportunity to participate in this thought provoking technical and legal workshop. If you are a Regional Council Consent Professional (all levels), Hearing Commissioner and Consultancy or Legal Professional, this 2-day workshop is an ideal opportunity to widen and strengthen your consents process knowledge, particularly the technical aspects which are often relied on scientists.

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  • March 01, 2016

April 2016 NKnowledge® Nitrogen in the Environment Technical Workshop

Following the successful June/July and September 2015 workshops, the Third Series of the 2 day Nitrogen Knowledge Sharing workshop for the Technical Professionals will be held in Hamilton, Palmerston North and Christchurch in June 2016.

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  • February 29, 2016

NKnowledge® Workshops

Annual 2 day NKnowledge® workshops will be conducted on scheduled dates in Hamilton, Palmerston North and Christchurch (maximum 20) or at organisations that have sufficient workshop attendees (minimum 10). Since the  NKnowledge® workshop in June and September 2015, 44 professionals (scientists, consents, compliance, planning and land management regional council staff and consultants) have attended.

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  • November 17, 2014

Education

In collaboration with the academic institutions (e.g. Universities) workshop contents or wider knowledge may be shared through seminars/lectures with undergraduates or postgraduates.

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