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Best Practices for Environmental Monitoring Class – September 13-16, 2021

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Monday, September 13, 2021
The Best Practices for Environmental Monitoring Class will begin at 8 am on Monday, September 13th and will run through 1:00 pm on Thursday, September 16th.
$3495.00 | 0 seats remaining

**Currently this class is scheduled to be held on-site at the CriticalPoint Center for Training and Research in Totowa, NJ.  Depending on the pandemic and travel restrictions into New Jersey and New York, there is a possibility we may need to conduct the training virtually.  We will make that decision at least 30 days prior to class.**

What’s included when you attend the Best Practices for Environmental Monitoring Class?

• E-learning: 4 lessons to be completed successfully before attending the live training; 4.5 credits ACPE
• 4 days of training, lively discussions as well as practicum experiences that simulate real-life work scenarios
• Download Link which includes:
o Microsoft Word SOP Templates from CriticalPoint’s SOP Section 2: Quality Management: Facility Environmental Sampling
o Electronic PDF copies of all speaker presentations
o Extensive reference list

The Best Practices for Environmental Monitoring Attendees have the opportunity to receive an Environmental Monitoring Certificate as well as a Reading Media Certificate.

Participants will be provided a light continental breakfast each morning, lunch on all days, and midmorning and afternoon refreshments. A free shuttle to the training facility is included.

Please take a moment to view CriticalPoint's Policies and Expectations for COVID-19. COVID policies and expectations are subject to change.

If class is held virtually, EM certificates will not be issued and a partial refund may be provided.


The Best Practice for Environmental Monitoring Class immerses attendees into the world of Environmental Monitoring and teaches participants everything they need to know from developing and executing meaningful air and surface sampling to analyzing and interpreting the final results. Those who attend the class should already have mastered hand hygiene and garbing since those skills will not be taught but will be required in the 6.5 hours of laboratory hands-on training. Theoretical and scientific underpinnings will be communicated through engaging lectures and labs and will ensure that participants have the opportunity to test what they’ve learned as well as practice and master skills in real-life simulations in controlled environments.