CL:AIRE launches new website featuring online tools
and Premium learning and development service
CL:AIRE is delighted to launch our new website featuring a wealth of materials and online tools for all our users to enjoy. By disseminating 
information and acting as a credible resource for all stakeholders, CL:AIRE remains at the cutting-edge of best practice and innovation. CL:AIRE is one of
the leading environmental organisations in the contaminated land sector and our charity is always striving for excellence. We decided earlier this year to
develop and implement a range of online features and services to enhance the learning experience for all our users, offering new Continuing Professional Development
(CPD) opportunities and resources at your fingertips. Registering on the CL:AIRE website is completely free and will provide you with a range of newly developed services and facilities including: • Create your own personal online account • Download our free Bulletins and resources • Search the new online CL:AIRE Project Directory • Stay informed of events easily with our new, interactive Events Calendar • Select eAlerts on topics of interest • Receive Newsfeeds • View the Contaminated Land Trade Directory in our Publications Library In conjunction with our new website, we are also delighted to announce the launch of an exciting new learning and development resource service called CL:AIRE
Premium, which has been specially designed for both public and private sector individuals and organisations. At the heart of CL:AIRE Premium lies a powerful
web portal with access to essential online tools, new materials, and training resources. With a 12 month subscription from just £95.00 + VAT (Public sector) and £175.00 + VAT (Private sector), a CL:AIRE Premium upgrade offers a cost effective training
resource at your fingertips (discounts are available for multiple upgrades). For further details on CL:AIRE Premium, please visit the CL:AIRE website at
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Posted: 17/09/2007 By: Mr Jon Raeside