Ground gas training

GGS provides a technical training programme to support continuous professional development across the industry.

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GGS provides a technical training programme to support continuous professional development across the industry.

Get in touch

GGS provides ground gas technical training via a range of webinars, seminars, lunch-time presentations and full-day training events.

We understand that sometimes it is difficult to understand and digest the volume of standards and best practice guidance. That is why we provide a range of training options that distil key points into more easily understandable forms.

Here are just some of the many topics that we cover:

  • Ground gas monitoring technologies
  • Landfill and mine gas hazards
  • Data acquisition and interpretation
  • Risk assessment
  • Radon
  • Protection design
  • Development validation and sub-floor void monitoring
  • Internal ambient air monitoring

See the feedback we have received on our training programme at the bottom of this page, which demonstrates the quality of the training we deliver.

Whether you need to brush up on the latest guidance or are new to ground gas contamination issues, simply scroll through the events list below and follow the relevant booking instructions.

We can also offer bespoke training sessions tailored to your needs. So, if you don’t see what you need, get in touch with us.

This series of webinars provides detailed insights into ground gas issues. Each one-hour event is designed to be stand-alone but can be combined with the others into a broader body of knowledge. Starting with first principles, the webinars are designed to be accessible for a range of experience, from graduates new to the topic through to experienced professionals. 

Redeveloping landfill sites and the value of continuous ground gas data
Free 10:30 am March 16, 2022
Duration: 1 hour with live Q&A
Continuous ground gas monitoring – Part 1
Free 10:30 am May 18, 2022
Duration: 1 hour with live Q&A
Continuous ground gas monitoring – Part 2
Free 10:30 am August 17, 2022
Duration: 1 hour with live Q&A
Geology 101 for ground gas contamination
Free 10:30 am September 28, 2022
Duration: 1 hour with live Q&A
Mine gas hazards, monitoring and risk assessment
Free 10:30 am November 23, 2022
Duration: 1 hour with live Q&A
“This has genuinely been the most informative and enjoyable contaminated land training I have been on and at a good price. Thank you.”

Environmental Pollution Officer, Landmark Information Group

2022 marks the 11th year of delivering ‘The A – Z of Ground Gas’. Refreshed and updated with the latest guidance, this training continues to remain relevant and the best of its kind. The content is designed from first principles and provides in-depth knowledge on the full range of ground-gas contamination issues from gas properties, migration behaviour, monitoring and risk assessment through to mitigation and protection.

Delivered in collaboration with PAGeotechnical Ltd, the market leader in gas protection design and installation, the course is designed to provide practical knowledge that will improve your service delivery and save you and your clients time and money.

The programme of venues and dates for 2022 is:

Plymouth: Tuesday 29th – Wednesday 30th March

Worcester: Tuesday 10th – Wednesday 11th May

Glasgow: Tuesday 14th – Wednesday 15th June

Milton Keynes: Tuesday 20th – Wednesday 21st September

Guildford: Tuesday 18th – Wednesday 19th October

Leeds: Tuesday 15th – Wednesday 16th November

COVID-19 Policy

If a venue is cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19, delegates can move their booking to another date/venue or receive a full refund.

How do I book a place?

Click here to book online. Alternatively, please click here to download the booking form and email to Katie Bennett

Please note that places are limited to 30 people and these will be allocated on a first come basis.

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It truly is an A-Z, leading through ground gas basics which are often overlooked but form the fundamentals on which the assessments are made. Great concept with interaction between all presenters.Jonathan, Senior Engineer, SANCTUS LTD

Really enjoyed the day and had a few lightbulb moments!Mandy, Senior Environmental Protection Officer, East Northants Council

Very informative and interesting case studies. Good delivery of the presentations and good content. Really enjoyed the Radon talk.Victoria, Geo-Environmental Engineer, ARUP

As a regulator, the information provided will be very helpful. Very grateful that I was able to speak to Simon Talbot about a specific case. Simon’s expertise and experience was very helpful in assisting me decide a course of action.Muttakir Mohammed, Pollution Control Officer, NPTCRC

Great – excellent hands on course. Good demonstration of installation and verification of ground gas membrane.Matt, Senior Geo-Environmental Engineer, NHBC

Very interesting course. It seems that all the attendees are from very reputable companies who focus on the importance of a proper and thorough investigation rather than producing results quickly on behalf of developers. I will certainly be focussing more on the discussion of radon in the reports I review.Joanne, Graduate Environmental Health Officer, Kirklees Council

Great knowledge from presenters. Thoroughly enjoyed.Tyler, Engineer, Groundsafe LTD

One of the most interesting training courses I have attended.Jane, Geo-Environmental Consultant, Hydrock

The A-Z of Ground Gas provides a great insight into all aspects of contaminated land. The material was easily digestible and interesting whether we were learning about different solutions and technologies to deal with contaminated land or how landfill sites are redeveloped into residential or commercial spaces. I found the course extremely educational and thoroughly enjoyed the two days.Richard, Landfill Technician, Birmingham City Council

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