GreenScreen® Trainings

GreenScreen® for Safer Chemicals offers one-day, two-day, customized, in-person and advanced trainings.  Learn more here. 


GreenScreen Advanced Topics Course image

The Advanced Topics Course is open to all interested participants who have completed the GreenScreen Standard Introductory Training or equivalent.  Experience with evaluating chemical hazard is helpful but not required.  Total time commitment is approximately 20 hours including homework.

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Cost is $2500.00 USD.

Schedule:  live, web-based classes start at 9:00 am PST

Orientation (1 hr.) 10/1/14      

Classes (3 hrs. per class)

10/15/14

11/19/14

12/17/14

1/28/15


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GreenScreen Practitioner Program, Fall 2014 image

The GreenScreen Practitioner Program provides our most advanced training in the GreenScreen method.  Successful participants will be licensed to author assessments for their registered organizations.  In addition, if 3rd party review is ever desired or needed, they are licensed to submit their Authorized Assessments to CPA to become Certified Assessments.

We are now accepting applications for the next GreenScreen Practioner Program that begins in October, 2014. 

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Schedule:  live, web-based classes start at 9:00 am PST

Orientation (1 hr.) 10/1/14      

Classes (3 hrs. per class)

10/15/14

11/19/14

12/17/14

1/28/15

Q&A Sessions (1 hr. per session)

1/5/15

2/25/15

3/25/15

4/15/15

Closure (1 hr.)

5/6/15

     

Practicum

Practicum

Time Commitment

Duration

Timing

Chemical #1

~100 hours*

4.5 months

Mid October 2014 – end February 2015

Chemical #2

~80 hours*

4.5 months

Early December 2014 – mid April 2015

To learn more, visit the GreenScreen Practitioner Program page.


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GreenScreen Standard Introductory Course image

This FREE GreenScreen® for Safer Chemicals one-day introductory workshop will be held for the Washington State Department of Ecology and is open to the public.  Limited spots are available.

This day-long training will be of particular interest to business experts in supply chain management, materials selection, procurement, product and process design, environmental health and safety, sustainability, and regulatory affairs who need to select safer chemicals for their products. The training will feature a case study from Hewlett-Packard.

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