Practice-oriented courses at Eawag (PEAK)

The practice-oriented Eawag courses (PEAK) are designed for specialists from industry, administration and engineering or environmental consultancies. They provide up-to-date knowledge and promote exchanges among participants and between theory and practice.

Programme PEAK

24.04.​2017,
8.00 am
Eawag Dübendorf
27.04.​2017,
8.00 am
Olten
04.05.​2017,
8.30 am
Eawag Dübendorf
28.06.​2017,
8.30 am
Eawag Dübendorf
31.08.​2017,
9.00 am
Eawag Kastanienbaum
12.09.​2017,
8.00 am
Biel
18. - 19.09.​2017,
Eawag Dübendorf
04.10.​2017,
8.00 am
Eawag Dübendorf
08.11.​2017,
8.00 am
Eawag Kastanienbaum

Programme Swiss Centre of Applied Ecotoxicology

Joint courses with the Swiss Centre of Applied Ecotoxicology

The courses offered by the Swiss Centre of Applied Ecotoxicology, operated by Eawag and EPF Lausanne, share expert knowledge and teach professional competencies. There is one introductory course in ecotoxicology every year, as well as a course for practitioners or, alternatively, one on damage to natural systems.

General information

Between five and ten of these events take place each year.

  • Foundation-level courses teach the basics for understanding environmental problems and provide an overview of the topic.
  • The consolidation-level courses provide participants with an integrated, holistic understanding of environmental problems through the use of concrete examples and case studies.
  • The practical application courses teach the participants practical methods of identifying and understanding environmental problems, as well as ways of mitigating them.

The courses are generally two to three days long and include lectures, practical exercises and group work. Each course is a stand-alone unit that can be taken irrespective of other courses. Written notes are provided for all courses. The fees are between 300 and 450 CHF (200 to 300 euros) per day, including VAT, catering and course notes. An invitation to attend is sent along with the registration form to potential participants three months before the start of a course. Participants receive written confirmation that they can attend the course. Most of the courses take place at the Eawag premises in Dübendorf or Kastanienbaum.