There is an increasing demand for environmental professionals in the multidisciplinary field of contaminated site assessment, remediation and management. Policies traditionally often view contaminated land problems from two main perspectives. The first is the perspective of protection - relating to the impact of contamination on human health and environmental quality. The other is the spatial planning perspective - managing the impact of contaminated land on the way land is used, for example regenerating industrial areas, increasing agriculture use, or creating a nature area. The course provides an overview of the legal, scientific, and technical aspects of the management of contaminated land; provides opportunities to work with expert trainers on realistic case studies, ask questions, and network with colleagues undertaking similar work. The course will be delivered in six modules.