ETCI is best known for its custom-designed, in-house NEPA and ISO 14001 environmental training programs, designed in collaboration with the client to meet their training objectives and delivered at the client site.
In addition, we offer the following courses and curricula "off-the-shelf," tailored to meet your specific needs. Click on the links below to download course descriptions in PDF format:
- NEPA Toolbox™ Workshops -- a series of 1- and 2-day NEPA training courses and workshops that can be taken separately or together in sequence to provide a firm foundation in the NEPA process, including preparing EAs and EISs, running effective ID teams, public involvement, assessing cumulative effects, defining purpose and need, identifying environmental issues, streamlining, using annotated outlines, scoping, and more
- ISO 14001 for Leaders and Managers -- a 2-day introduction to ISO 14001 and basic environmental management systems, including identifying aspects and impacts, developing an environmental policy, setting objectives and targets, documenting procedures, management review, audits and certification
- Introduction to Sustainability -- a 1-day introduction to basic 21st century sustainability practices, processes and principles including approaches to complying with requirements of several US Presidential Executive Orders and advanced system principles such as The Natural Step
- International Environmental Leadership Course -- a 10-day residential and highly experiential exploration of leadership skills necessary to lead environmental government agencies and departments and non-governmental organizations, built around Robert Dilts' four essential skill sets: self skills, relational skills, strategic skills and systemic skills
Many of our most popular environmental training workshops are available under our GSA-FSS contract.
For more information, visit our GSA Contract Environmental Services page.
ETCI offers many NEPA courses through our Distance Learning Curriculum. For more information follow the link to our Distance Learning page, or just go directly to our Environmental Podcast Series page.