The North Carolina Composting Council offers a varied selection of courses, seminars and workshops on composting and organic materials management.


September 11 – 15, 2017, 8am – 5pm daily 

CCREF/NCCC Compost Operations Training Course

What does it take to run a successful composting facility? The Composting Council Research and Education Foundation, working with experts from programs across the country, has put together this week-long course focusing on the knowledge and skills you need to do just that.  For more information and registration please visit this website: Registration will be up soon through: http://compostfoundation.org/Education/COTC. Meanwhile, if you have any questions, please email us at info@carolinacompost.com.


September 12 – 16, 2016 – 8am – 4pm daily 

USCC/NCCC Compost Operations Training Course

What does it take to run a successful composting facility? The US Composting Council, working with experts from programs across the country, has put together this week-long course focusing on the knowledge and skills you need to do just that.  For more information and registration please visit this website:  http://compostfoundation.org/Education/COTC

To learn about & become a USCC member click, HERE.

This course is full, to be added to our waiting list click HERE.

 



 

Aerated Static Pile Composting 2016

CANCELLED, If you are interested in the topic, please email us at info@carolinacompost.com.

 


November 4, 2016 – 9am – 5pm

Starting a Composting Operation on your Farm

This is a Preconference workshop that is being given as part of the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association‘s annual Sustainable Agriculture Conference.  This intensive provides you with not only a greater understanding of composting, but also resources and contacts you need to get started making, managing ​and using ​on-farm compost as a value-added product. Topics will include the composting process, various methodologies for creating compost, types of farm-scale equipment, managing your compost system, legal requirements, ensuring product quality, beneficial uses of compost, and application methods. Learn how to setup and manage an effective composting operation! Lunch is included.

To register click HERE.


November 16, 2016 – 8am – 4pm  

Loader Safety and Maintenance Training at Caterpillar Visitor Center in Clayton, NC

Caterpillar Global Training Team and the NCCC are conducting a full-day workshop on the safety and maintenance of 3 types of loaders (small, compact, and skid steer).  Topics include: safety of personnel, site and machine; walk-around inspections; loader fundamentals; operators compartment; Startup/Shut down procedures, basic operating procedures based on industry requirements, preventative maintenance of equipment, and a tour of the factor.  For registration and other details, please visit this website:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nccc-loader-safety-maintenance-training-tickets-26695485917

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