University of Leeds course provides broad overview of air pollution monitoring
4 Dec 2018
Air pollution is now a global issue that regularly makes headlines. No surprise then that monitoring the extent of the problem is a skill very much in demand.
The University of Leeds is at the forefront of provision in the UK. Among the in-demand services it offers is its International Air Pollution Monitoring course.
Designed as a CPD course, it runs over three days to provide a broad overview of the whole subject. It is suitable for those needing an introduction to the field and for those wishing to update their knowledge.
This course, next running from 25 to 27 February 2019, focuses on general management issues, including legislation, compliance with authorisation conditions, quality assurance and control.
Attendees will gain perspectives from all sides – regulators, industrial emitters and contract source testing organisations. There is also anopportunity to look at measurement and analytical techniques. Gaseous and particulate emissions will be covered and both extractive sampling and in situ methods will be discussed.
Towards the end of the course there is a workshop on calculation methods, something which is relevant to everyone involved in emissions monitoring.
For more information on how to register, click here.