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1 Welcome to the CLU-IN Internet Seminar NARPM Presents...Planning a Mini NARPM Sponsored by: EPA Office of Superfund Remediation and Technology Innovation Delivered: June 4, 2013, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM, EDT (17:00-19:00 GMT) Instructors: Elizabeth Coffey, EPA Region 7 or Patricia Bowlin, EPA Region 9 or Matthew Jefferson, EPA Region 7 or Moderator: Jean Balent, U.S. EPA, Technology Innovation and Field Services Division or ) Visit the Clean Up Information Network online at 1

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3 Housekeeping Entire broadcast offered live via Adobe Connect –participants can listen and watch as the presenters advance through materials live –Some materials may be available to download in advance, you are recommended to participate live via the online broadcast Audio is streamed online through by default –Use the speaker icon to control online playback –If on phones: all lines will be globally muted Q&A – use the Q&A pod to privately submit comments, questions and report technical problems This event is being recorded and shared via shortly after live delivery Archives accessed for free 3

4 New online broadcast screenshot View presentation live online here Information about Sponsors & Speakers Submit private questions, comments or report technical problems Enlarge presentation Control online audio 4

5 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program 5 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 How to Start a Mini NARPM Patricia Bowlin, Region 9 RPM Elizabeth Coffey, Region 7 RPM Matthew Jefferson, Region 7 RPM 5

6 6 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program 6 NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Outline  Introduction  Planning process  Implementation  Presentations 6

7 7 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program 7 NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 INTRODUCTION 7

8 8 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program 8 NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Goals For This Course  Provide ideas for developing regional NARPM-like training  Assist participants in understanding the details and level of planning required for single or multi-day training events  Identify resources to assist with training development 8

9 9 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program 9 NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Why Develop a Mini-NARPM?  Greater focus on individual regional needs – by RPMS for RPMs  Network with peers within the region  Meets needs of RPMs and staff that were unable to attend NARPM  Reduced frequency of larger NARPM training program 9

10 10 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 PLANNING PROCESS 10

11 11 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Preliminary Planning Process  Understand your region’s approval process  Concurrent or parallel discussions with peers and management  Talk to your NARPM representative  Gauge interest of your region  Seek management approval  Consider national and local resources 11

12 12 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Where to Start? Region 1Robert Lim Region 2Damian Duda, Betsy Donovan, Monica Baussan, Sherrel Henry- Domville, Anne Kelly Region 3Andy Palestini, Lisa Cunningham, Rashmi Mathur, David Turner Region 4Robert Pope, Yvonne Jones, Rusty Kestle Region 5Dion Novak, Karen Mason-Smith, Bernard Schorle Region 6Laura Stankosky, Rafael Casanova Region 7Elizabeth Coffey, Matthew Jefferson Region 8Frances Costanz, Rob Stites, Sara Sparks, Roger Hoogerheide, Sandra Bourgeois Region 9Patricia Bowlin, Julie Santiago-Ocasio, Catherine Brown, Kim Hoang Region 10Ravi Sanga, Kristine Koch, Ellie Hale 12 Contact Your NARPM Representative:

13 13 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Where to Start?  Informal conversations with peers  Solicit information at staff meetings  Solicit information in other regional forums or training activities  Use available survey tools  Enlist your RSL & STL  Coordination with regional training coordinator and CEC 13

14 14 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Seek Management Input, Approval, and Support  Discuss the benefits  Education, knowledge sharing, networking, resource identification, current and relevant issues  Discuss potential time commitments  For both management and staff  Discuss potential cost considerations  Will there be any costs associated?  Discuss any potential conflicts or concerns  Program targets, field work season, other training activities, etc. 14

15 15 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Enlist a Small Development Group  Scale group to the size of your region  Smaller groups preferred to start – can be expanded as regional interest increases  Represents the target audience  Has a current knowledge of regional/national issues  Can be ad hoc or formally identified 15

16 16 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Training Examples and Ideas  Identify other regional/national examples from which to build  Build upon or use topics from past NARPM sessions Use NARPM course evaluations Seek regional NARPM presenters  Identify other regional training sessions  Seek current and relevant needs within your region 16

17 17 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Other Considerations  Training cycle  Expectations for future training  Availability of instructors/participants  What won’t be covered – Health & Safety?  Will the course be mandatory or strongly encouraged?  Will non-federal partners such as states be invited? 17

18 18 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Establish a Timeframe for Planning and Implementation  General rule-of-thumb for planning and implementation  At least one month of planning for every day of training (3 day course = 3 months planning)  Regular planning interactions with progress updates  Be flexible with schedules and logistics  Be prepared for last-minute changes to session topics, instructors, and schedule/logistics 18

19 19 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 IMPLEMENTATION Resource Identification, Instructors, Transportation, Location… 19

20 20 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Resource Identification  Instructors  Training Facility Location and Hours  Transportation, if needed  Access other HQ resources  Meals and breaks (e.g. networking sessions)  Communication methods  Registration and tracking 20

21 21 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Instructors EPA Division RPMs, On-Scene Coordinators, Site Assessment Managers, Brownfields Project Managers, Community Involvement Coordinators EPA Region Laboratory, Quality Control Office, RCRA, Water, Air, Toxics, Public Affairs, Contracts, Counsel, EJ, and others EPA National OSWER, ORD, and other programs Other Federal ATSDR, USACE, DOI (USGS, USFWS, BLM, NPS, etc.) NOAA, USDA (USFS, NRCS, etc.) and others 21

22 22 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Training Location  Offsite location  EPA laboratories, warehouses, or other regional training facilities  Nearby federal government conference facilities  Local public facility, such as, library or state agency Private meeting room preferred  Focused learning atmosphere for training  Reserve early and understand the daily hours for access to the facility 22

23 23 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Transportation  Offsite facility: transportation logistics  Public Transportation (subway, train, bus)  Car pools/van pools  Individual drivers  Buses/vans for site visits  Plan session and any site visit start/end times accordingly  Be aware of people’s schedules 23

24 24 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 HQ Resources  HQ program office staff and contractors  CERCLA Education Center  Contract support available through CEC  ERTP courses, materials or equipment  Special Teams resources  ORD laboratories or courses 24

25 25 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Potential NARPM & CEC Courses  Active Remedy Management  Advanced Spokesperson and Media Training  Advancing the Virtual Connection: Tools and Strategies for RPMs  Avoiding Pitfalls in Environmental Sampling  Best Management Practices for Site Assessment, Remediation and Greener Cleanups  Best Practices for More Effective Characterization and Remedy Implementation  Environmental Statutes for RPMs  Fundamentals of Incremental Soil Sampling  Groundwater High Resolution Site Characterization  IGCEs for RPMs

26 26 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Potential NARPM & CEC Courses cont.  Incremental Composite Soil Sampling  Leadership, Culture and Performance  Optimization – It’s Not Just for Pump and Treat Anymore  Post Construction Completion  RCRA for RPMs  Removal Process for RPMs/ Using Removal Authority at NPL Sites  Seeing in 3-D: Put on These Glasses for Optimized Cleanups  Stand and Deliver Effective Presentations  Triad Training for Managers  Triad Training for Practitioners

27 27 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 OTHER HQ Resources  OSRTI, Technology Innovation and Technical Services Division  Green Remediation  Ecological Revitalization  Optimization  Site Planning Support  Field Service and Sampling  Analytical Services  In Situ support  Cost and performance reporting

28 28 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Other HQ Resources cont.  OSRTI – Assessment and Remediation Division  Community Involvement and Environmental Justice  Superfund Job Training Initiative  Reuse and Redevelopment  Site Assessment and HRS  Five-Year Reviews, Institutional Controls  OSRTI – Resource Management Division  Contracts  CERCLIS, SEMS  Pipeline and Remedial Action Funding

29 29 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Meals and Breaks  Consider meals when looking at multi-day training and off-site facilities  Gauge frequency of breaks based on training program  Cost of food and beverages  Catered/Pre-purchased  Donations  Pot Luck  On your own 29

30 30 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Communication Methods  How will you offer the training?  In-Person Training  Video Teleconference  Adobe Connect/Microsoft Sharepoint  Conference Calls  Other methods or combinations  How will you advertise the training?  Region-wide Bulletin Board  Division/Branch/Section Flyers  Regular Communications in Staff meetings 30

31 31 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Registration and Tracking  Trainex  FAITAS (COR CLPs)  Seek management approval for credit  Sign-in sheets for each approved course  Continuing Education Units  Presentation release forms  Course evaluation forms 31

32 32 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 PRESENTATIONS Preparation and Regional Examples 32

33 33 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Presentation Preparation  Presenter Guide  Moderator Guide  Speaker Ready Room available on site  Regular Reminders  Audio-Visual Set-Up  Pre-load a computer  Flash Drives  Test equipment offsite/onsite 33

34 34 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 REGIONAL EXAMPLES 34

35 35 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Region 7 Training Examples  2011: Gauged RPM interest on a one-day training  2012: Co-developed joint, three-day training with OSCs (R7 OSCs already had an established annual week-long, in-house training)  2013: Three day RPM-specific training with resource integration theme 35

36 36 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Region 7 Training Planning Group  Enlist a small development group  Conduct a brainstorming session and develop training theme  Vote on topics for expansion into courses using 10/4 NARPM style voting  Assign course development responsibility amongst development group team members  Request one participant from each applicable branch  Split course development and logistical duties 36

37 37 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Region 7 Training Logistics  Annual Training Program  Staff Availability  Hold training during periods of lesser field work  Offsite facility at no cost  Meals  Order-in lunch menus available  Provided breakfast 37

38 38 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Region 7 Training Communication  Developed a “Save-the-Date” for advertisement in the region and to outside parties 38

39 39 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Region 7 Training Agenda  Intro and Ground Rules (light breakfast)  AM Session (Regional Decision Team (RDT), Technical RDT, Vapor Intrusion Update)  Special Accts (HQ Video Conference)  Pizza Lunch Brownbag sessions (5-Yr Review Process, Community Involvement)  PM Session (Admin Record and Record Keeping)  Presentation and Discussion on Policy & Procedures (Dioxin, Parkview Well, NAD)  RPM Needs and Feedback

40 40 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Region 7 Training Agenda  Regional Association of RPMs (RARPM)  First day open to EPA R7 and states  Technical Exchange – Incremental Soil Sampling for Metals (Region 7 instructors)  EPA ORD and Engineering Tech Support Center Resources (R7 & ORD instructors)  Other Federal Agency Resources (USACE, USGS, Fish & Wildlife Service)  OSRTI Resources (R7 & HQ instructors)  GW High-Resolution Site Characterization (3-hour HQ Training)

41 41 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Region 7 Training Agenda  Second day, EPA R7 only  AM Session (Superfund Information Systems – My Workplace, LIMS and EQuIS)  PM Session (R7 RPM & OSC Case Studies, PIN Package Process)  Third day, EPA R7 only  AM (Contracts Negotiations Panel, Toxicity – Human Health and Ecological RA Updates, Optimization)  PM (Intro to Environmental Justice, Stakeholder/ Public Coordination at Omaha Lead, Intro to ATSDR)  Municipal Farms Sustainable Reuse Plan & Field Trip (with local Brownfields Coordinators)

42 42 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Region 9 Training Example  NARPM Download approach  Interest in a “NARPM Download” following the May 2011 NARPM  Invited all Region 9 NARPM attendees to a planning meeting (June 2011)  Survey Monkey of R9 NARPM attendees to gauge interest and identify topics (June 2011) 42

43 43 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Survey Monkey Questions  Are you willing to be a presenter or lead a discussion at the R9 NARPM Training Day?  Are you interested in attending?  What topics are you willing to present or lead a discussion on?  Which days are you available to attend?

44 44 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, Region 9 Superfund Training Day (RARPM)  Initially planned for late July but moved to mid October 2011  “Save the Date” s from Deputy Director and NARPM rep  Trainex registration used to plan lunch, transportation, and after hours

45 45 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Trainex Course Page

46 46 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Trainex Registration

47 47 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Trainex Registration Questions  In the text box below please cut and paste or type your answers to the three following questions:  LUNCH: We plan to have a group lunch. Are you willing to contribute $10 toward lunch and snacks for the day? [Yes / No]  TRANSPORTATION: We will arrange rides from the El Cerrito Plaza BART station for those who plan to take BART. We will also help facilitate carpooling. Please indicate if you will need a ride or if you can provide a ride and from what location. [Need ride from (fill in location here) / Can provide ride from (fill in location here) / No ride]  AFTER HOURS: Would you be interested in end of the day BBQ potluck with volleyball? [Yes / No]  Be sure to click the "Register Now" button below when you are done!

48 48 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, Region 9 Superfund Training Day (RARPM)  Development team and presenters include RPMs, CICs, and tech support  Full day of training at Region 9 Lab (offsite)  Networking Coffee and Networking Lunch  Evaluations and Summary Report

49 49 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Region 9 Superfund Training Day  Mining, Vapor Intrusion, Groundwater, Community Involvement, Green Remediation  Mix of case studies and technical presentations  Lots of time for Q&A

50 50 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, Region 9 Superfund Training Day  Showcase R9 presenters from November 2012 NARPM  Initiated by NARPM presenter in late February 2013  Mini-committee started planning in early March 2013  40 attendees for April 24 training (max capacity)

51 51 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Planning Mini-Committee  3 Volunteers comprise main decision-makers  Use separate s to communicate with RPMs and RPM instructors  One planning meeting (with draft Agenda ready) for general check-in/input  Planning meeting with instructors  Agenda in constant flux (mods to times, topics, etc) so everything will fit in one day

52 52 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Course Evaluations  Paper Evaluations and Feedback at the end of the day  90% Excellent/Very Good (“RPM-driven,” “Peer-to-Peer,” “RPM Case Studies”)  Ideas for next time: breakout sessions, innovative technologies, BMPs, facilitated networking  Improvements: Better time management  Debrief with Sr. Management and brainstorming for next time

53 53 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Future RARPMs every 6 months  Strong management support  RPM-driven training  Planned for October/November 2013

54 54 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 Select Reference List  Training Exchange:  Federal Meeting Space: / /  Survey Monkey: 54

55 55 22 nd Annual NARPM Training Program nd Annual NARPM Training Program NARPM Presents... May 8, 2013 NARPM Presents... June 4, 2013 QUESTIONS? 55

56 56 Resources & Feedback To view a complete list of resources for this seminar, please visit the Additional ResourcesAdditional Resources Please complete the Feedback Form to help ensure events like this are offered in the futureFeedback Form Need confirmation of your participation today? Fill out the feedback form and check box for confirmation .

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