RMB's CEMS TRAINING COURSE -Spring 2020
March 24-26, 2020
Embassy Suites (Brier Creek)
Raleigh, North Carolina
The training program is conducted in a classroom presentation format that includes updates on the Acid Rain Program and other regulatory issues of interest to electric utilities and other industries using CEMS. The focus of the course will be on CEM fundamentals and how to successfully administer Part 75 and Part 60 CEMS QA/QC programs. In addition, compliance requirements of the EGU MATS Rule will be covered. The following agenda presents the specific topics covered in this training program. Current registration and hotel accomodation information has been updated and is available. Click here to download a copy of the training brochure and registration
Previous CEMS Training Course Participants Comments
RMB's previous CEMS Users Training Programs are always very well received by the electric utility and industry CEMS users attending. Participants typically include power plant environmental personnel and instrument technicians. We have also had Designated Representatives, attorneys, and environmental regulators attend. Select comments from the participant's "Course Assessment Surveys" were:
- "This course was one of the best organized and informative from a practical standpoint. The book (course manual) is much appreciated and useful"
- "I enjoyed and benefited from the training. I've recommended it for others in my company"
- "Good mix of information presented - some highly technical and some more basic. It all worked for me and was well worth my time"
- "Well organized course and appeared well practiced. Instructors have excellent knowledge of the subjects"
- "I thought the course content was of good quality and I would recommend the course to others involved in CEMS programs with the electric utility industry"
- "Very good class. I will recommend this course"
Cost and Registration Information
The cost for the 3-day training program is $1,399. Payment may be made by check or credit card. The total cost includes a $250 non-refundable registration fee, tuition, an extensive workshop training manual including current regulatory material, coffee breaks, and three lunches. Note: this does not include travel costs or hotel accommodations. For more information on host site accommodations, please click the following link: Spring 2020 Session Hotel Accommodations
Click here to download a copy of the training brochure and registration. Make your reservations early. Attendance will be limited so that everyone will have an opportunity to fully participate. Further information may be obtained from Robert Bivens at (919) 791-3133 or Stacey Pierce at (919) 791-3120. You can also email Robert Bivens at firstname.lastname@example.org or Stacey Pierce at email@example.com.
Additional RMB Training Services
Emissions Testing Training (aka Stack Testing)
RMB's new stack test training module provides a comprehensive overview of EPA Reference Methods commonly used to demonstrate compliance or performed as part of relative accuracy test audits (RATA) and/or MATS Rule required testing. RMB will identify key points in each method, including a review of common constants, measurement variables and equations. The training will also include presentations on the planning and execution of stack test programs and the review and reporting of stack test results. RMB will go over the roles and responsibilities for environmental, operations and test team personnel.
The objective of the training class is to provide a basic understanding of the reference methods and outline the intricacies associated with any test program. The training manual can be used as a quick reference guide for environmental personnel tasked with observing stack test programs and/or reviewing RATA or MATS Rule test results.
The training can be tailored to your specific needs and is presented over the course of one to two days.
Key Reference Methods Discussed:
- Flow Methods - Methods 1, 2, 2F, 2G and 2H
- Particulate Methods - Methods 5, 5B, 201A and 202
- Instrumental Test Methods - Methods 3A, 6C, 7E and 10
- Mercury - Method 30B
- Other Test Methods for Sulfuric Acid Mist, Ammonia Slip, HCl/HF etc.
Contact Jack C. Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.