2021 Manager's Training

     
    Lunch and a Tuesday night reception are provided!

    Exams will be provided on-line by SWANA

    Manager of Landfill Operations (MOLO) / Monday, June 7 – Wednesday, June 9 / 30 CEUs
    This course is intended for Landfill owners, managers, and supervisors, engineers and consultants.

    The Manager of Landfill Operations course is a comprehensive primer on the fundamentals of modern landfills, including operations, site design, regulations, health and safety, cost controls and other issues pertinent to planning, operating, and closing landfills.

    Offered by SWANA, the course prepares you for Landfill Management Certification, required by many jurisdictions to operate compliant and safe landfill facilities.
    The comprehensive Manager of Landfill Operations course manual includes the essential topics and provides supplemental images, graphs and examples that make it a must-have job reference tool.

       Course Only Fee: Member $1,199    Non-Member $1,459
    Exam Fee in addition to Course Fee:   Member $250
    Non-Member $400
     
    Transfer Station Management / Monday, June 7 – Wednesday, June 9 / 30 CEUs
    The Transfer Station Management (TSM) course addresses factors in planning, design, operation and management of a transfer station. You will learn how a well-planned, designed and operated transfer station provides advantages and flexibility to a waste management system. Discussion of how effective communication with the public and regulators helps mitigate challenges in planning and operating a transfer station, and how planning and design affect construction and operation.

    The course provides many opportunities for discussion and collaboration among participants, including instructor-led discussions and a comprehensive course exercise designed to reinforce the concepts   presented.

       Course Only Fee: Member $1,199    Non-Member $1,459
    Exam Fee in addition to Course Fee:   Member $250
    Non-Member $400

     
    Zero Waste Principles and Practices
     / Monday, June 7 – Wednesday, June 9 / 30 CEUs
    This course is intended to provide a source of professional development for individuals seeking to gain an understanding of Zero Waste principles and practices.  The intent is not to define Zero Waste, but to give professionals the tools needed to develop a plan toward achieving Zero Waste.  At the conclusion of this course participants will be able to discuss the methods of and approaches to Zero Waste, including program planning, budgeting, contracting, and public involvement.

       Course Only Fee: Member $1,199    Non-Member $1,459
    Exam Fee in addition to Course Fee:   Member $250
    Non-Member $400