This one day course is designed to be an introduction to the subject or it can be used to update your existing knowledge. The day addresses the relevant legislation; additionally, the interface between LAPC legislation and other LA enforced statute such as statutory nuisance, planning and the environmental damage regulations will be made clear.
The practicalities of receiving, making and issuing a permit will be discussed, as will good practice in the construction of permit conditions.
Inspection techniques, abatement technology, permit variations, transfers and enforcement options will be examined. The day concludes with a discussion about good LAPC management practices including the public register and benchmarking.
The trainer, Tim Glews is exceptionally well qualified to be conducting this course. As CEHP and the Public Protection Manager, he is responsible for environmental protection and other services at Dudley MBC.
Tim is also the Chairman of MJAC, a pollution group advising local authorities, universities, PHE and the Environment Agency within the Midlands region. He represents MJAC and the West Midlands Metropolitan Borough Councils on national technical groups for Part B and Part A activities and on air quality, reporting to Defra on policy and legislation implementation.
As an established visiting lecturer at the universities of Birmingham and Wolverhampton and manager of his own consultancy in education and training, Tim has extensive experience in lecturing throughout the UK and Europe. Tim is also the lead facilitator for the LGA National Industrial Pollution Control Knowledge Hub.
This training is being held at Blaby District Council, Narborough, Leicestershire Thursday 24 January. To see the full timetable and find a booking form, click here.