2002 Operations Training Course
|The NADP Program Office and of
the Central Analytical Laboratory (CAL) will hold a Field Operations
Training Course from 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 9, through Thursday, April 11,
2002. The course will be hosted by the CAL, which is located at the
Illinois State Water Survey in Champaign, IL.
What is the purpose of the Field
Operations Training Course?
- to learn how to operate a field site and field lab
- to learn how to troubleshoot equipment
- to acquaint you with CAL operations from the arrival of
your samples to the issuance of monthly data reports and to meet
CAL staff members
- to learn who uses NADP data and see what is available on
the NADP Internet Site.
- to meet site operators from all across the country and to share
ideas and experiences with them and with the CAL.
How is the course taught?
CAL and Program Office staff members teach
the course. It is designed expressly for site operators who change the
sample buckets, service the precipitation gage, perform field chemistry
measurements, or record the data on the Field Observer Report Forms. You
will receive hands-on training and experience in all of these tasks.
- new site operators
- operators who have never attended
- operators who are having operational problems or who need a
Download, print, and complete the form or submit this electronic
registration form. The Course will
accommodate 30 people and participation will be allocated on a first-come,
first-serve basis. There is no registration fee for the training course.
The Program Office has a limited amount of travel support available. Please call Pam Bedient
(217-244-0868) or email firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have questions about
support or about the course.
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2002 Training Course Sign-up
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registration form and submit your registration information.
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