Developing Training Programs

Identifying Potential Training Providers and Training Resources

Locally, several types of organizations are usually available to provide environmental remediation, safety, and health training. One or several may be interested in partnering or contracting with the Environmental Workforce Development and Job Training (EWDJT) program. Potential training providers may include consultants; remediation firms; or federal, state, or local agencies. Community colleges are excellent candidates as training providers because many have established environmental degrees and noncredit programs.

COMMUNITY COLLEGE CONSORTIUM FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY TRAINING (CCCHST)

STATE ENVIRONMENTAL AGENCIES

U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS (USACE)

OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION (OSHA) TRAINING INSTITUTE EDUCATION CENTERS

TRAINEX: THE TRAINING EXCHANGE WEBSITE

EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES

CONTAMINATED SITE CLEANUP INFORMATION CLU-IN WEBSITE

NATIONAL SERVICE CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PUBLICATIONS

NATIONAL CLEARINGHOUSE FOR WORKER SAFETY AND HEALTH TRAINING

OSHA OUTREACH TRAINING PROGRAM—TEACHING AIDS YOU CAN GET FROM OSHA

OSHA RESOURCE CENTER LOAN PROGRAM

OSHA’s Small Business Assistance

Program Components