The Conference provides training and allows delegates to share expertise in the development of best practices in contamination control and nanotechnology
The US-based Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology (IEST) has opened registration for its Fall Conference 2016.
The Conference will provide opportunities for delegates to add to their technical training and share expertise in the development of contamination control and nanotechnology best practices.
Attendees at the Conference, which takes place from 14–17 November at Hilton Durham, near Duke University, NC, US, can choose from four training courses and a variety of working groups looking at the most influential best practices in the industry.
New this year, those who attend all four Fall Conference training courses can earn two IEST Learning Path Certificates in fundamental and operations knowledge.
Students have the opportunity at the IEST Fall Conference to gain training from recognised experts who help write the technical standards used daily within the contamination control industry.
The new IEST Learning Path Certificate programme is the only curriculum that allows professionals of all levels access to core knowledge and benchmark training, traceable through the IEST learning management system.
By participating in Fall Conference Working Group Meetings, professionals are able to influence the industry, collaborate with distinguished experts and take part in leading-edge discussions.
Attendees can also make invaluable connections through numerous planned and spontaneous networking opportunities.