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SCAT (Shoreline Clean-up Assessment Team) Training

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Topic(s):

Land Conservation , Restoration Science , Science Communication , Stakeholder Engagement , Wetland Protection

Priority Issue(s):

Community Resilience , Ecosystem Integration , Habitat Conservation , Nutrient Impacts , Water Quality

Host Partner(s):

Apalachicola Reserve

Location:

map icon Apalachicola National Research Reserve Nature Center

Date/Time:

calendar icon6/1/2015 - 6/3/2015

Price:

$0.00

Max Applicants:

25

SCAT TRAINING

APALACHICOLA NATIONAL ESTUARINE RESEARCH RESERVE 

~ This 3-Day Course Will Provide Comprehensive Training for Serving on SCAT teams ~

The Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve in collaboration with Research Planning, INC, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), will be hosting SCAT (Shoreline Clean-up Assessment Team) training from June 1st-June 3rd, 2015, in Eastpoint, Florida.

This three-day course will provide comprehensive training on how to serve on SCAT teams. Students who complete the course will be given SCAT certification, as recognized by NOAA and the State of Florida.  The targeted audience for this training will be federal, state, and local government employees who would be willing and able to leave their normal daily work responsibilities in order to respond to a petroleum or other hazardous spill event. Potential trainees should also be able to spend long days outdoors with exposure to sun, heat, and biting insects. ICS 100b, 200b, 700, 800 are course pre-requisites. A minimum 24-hour Hazwoper certification will be required for SCAT certified persons whom wish to serve on an actual SCAT team; however, it is NOT a prerequisite for the course.

There is no charge for the course, but class participation is limited to 25 people. Tentative schedule describing the daily classroom and field activities available by request. ANERR will be offering this training on a first come first serve basis. RSVP by May 25, 2015.

To register, please contact Jason Garwood at (850) 670-7705 or Jason.Garwood@dep.state.fl.us.

WHAT:         SCAT (Shoreline Clean-up Assessment Team) Training

WHEN:          June 1-3, 2015 8:00-4:30 p.m.

WHERE:        Apalachicola National Research Reserve Nature Center
                    108 Island Drive, Eastpoint, FL
32328