We believe the best instructors are those that routinely work in industrial and commercial facilities solving real-world problems and developing compliance solutions.

Each of our instructors have 20+ years of experience and are well credentialed. We routinely evaluate performance and effectiveness and make changes where new perspective or more relevant experience is required. Our training materials, techniques, and instructors are guided by an Ed.D., SHRM-SCP senior instructional designer.

As a leading environmental training organization, we remain devoted to excellence in learning and teaching and the quality of our courses. Our instructors’ background speak for themselves and our two decade commitment as an organization is well established.

Craig is an environmental regulatory compliance expert with more than 30 years hands-on experience working with clients nationwide to help them achieve and maintain compliance and improve environmental performance. In addition to his consulting work, Craig has served environmental compliance instructor since 1993, developing and presenting training to environmental professionals on a wide range of topics. During that time, he has served as the lead instructor for a graduate-level Clean Water Act course and as technical program manager for a US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)(contractor operated) regulatory hotline. Craig has achieved Certified Environmental, Safety & Health Trainer (CET) status through the Board of Certified Safety Professionals and is the Training Director for the Aarcher Institute.

Like all Aarcher Institute instructors, Craig is currently a practicing environmental compliance consultant who routinely works with commercial, industrial, and government environmental managers, resolving complex compliance challenges in real-life situations. He has performed more than 375 multimedia environmental, health, and safety compliance audits of facilities in all 50 states, and has been approved by USEPA as a third-party verifier (TPV) in support of settlement agreement and voluntary disclosure agreement audit programs. Mr. Schwartz has achieved and maintains Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) and Certified Professional Environmental Auditor  (CPEA) credentials.

Craig has also been certified as a US Army Corps of Engineers wetland delineator, UST operator in multiple states, sediment and erosion control planner in several states, pesticide manager certification, and RAB/QSA ISO 14001 Lead Auditor certification training. He is the author of a chapter on environmental compliance auditing techniques in the Hazardous Materials Management Desk Reference (3rd and 4th edition; published by the Alliance of Hazardous Materials Managers).

Amanda provides the Aarcher Institute with guidance and direction for course development, instructional design, teaching methods, gap analysis, distance learning strategies. She leads Aarcher Institute in deploying Learning Management Systems (LMS) and developing Shareable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) content.

Amanda is a Society for Human Resource Management senior certified professional (SHRM-SCP); holds an M.Ed. in Adult Education (and a graduate certificate in Technology and Distance Learning) from Colorado State University; and a Doctorate of Education (Ed.D.) in Organizational Change and Leadership from the University of Southern California. Her dissertation investigated the role of knowledge, motivation, and organizational resources in regulatory compliance decisions and included a comprehensive application of the New World Kirkpatrick Model.

Amber is an environmental professional with more than 20 years of experience in NPDES stormwater/wastewater permitting, compliance auditing and air permitting. She has a wealth of experience primarily focused on environmental compliance, for a wide array of industrial sectors, including petroleum and chemical industries, asphalt manufacturers, concrete manufacturers, poultry processing, automotive salvage, scrap recyclers, and railroad and trucking transportation, and others. Ms. Moore’s experience includes performing audits, preparing compliance plans, and developing environmental training programs. More recently, she has focused on developing and implementing programs as required by NPDES MS4 permitting programs. Ms. Moore is knowledgeable in a number of federal (EPA, DOT) and state regulations. In particular, she has demonstrated proficiency with the following programs: SDWA, CWA, OPA90, CAA, SPCC, RCRA, TSCA, NPDES, Hazardous Waste, and Storage Tank regulations.

Bill is a registered professional engineer in 32 States and has extensive environmental regulatory compliance experience related to water and waste issues. He has more than 25 years experience preparing permit applications, solving client environmental challenges, and developing SPCC Plans, Facility Response Plans, Storm Water permitting, Storm Water Pollution Prevention Planning, Hazardous Material & Waste Management Plans, Pollution Prevention Plans, and Waste Analysis Plans.

 is a registered Professional Engineer (PE), Board Certified in Air Pollution Control (BCEE), a Certified Climate Change Professional, a Certified Energy Manager (CEM), and a LEED Accredited Professional.  He has over 40 years of broad ranging experience including industrial plant operations and EH&S management; project management; and environmental consulting.  John holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and an M.S. in Engineering Management from the University of Maryland, and an M.E. and Post-Master’s Advanced Certificate in Environmental Engineering from Johns Hopkins University.  He is currently a Senior Engineer/Senior Project Manager and Technical Chief of Environmental, Health, Safety & Sustainability with EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc., PBC.

David started his environmental consulting career with the US Army at the US Army Yuma Proving Ground (YPG). He has extensive experience preparing NEPA documents for Navy and Marine Corps installations within the ​Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Southwest AOR. He was the Program Manager for Ecology and Environment’s NAVFAC Southwest NEPA contract. David also worked extensively on NEPA documents for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in California and Nevada. David served as the Planning and Environmental Coordinator for the BLM Tucson Field Office. His primary focus was on preparation of the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area (SPRNCA) Resource Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement (RMP/EIS). More recently David has been involved in preparing NEPA documents for the US Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) and the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) for projects located on the Navajo Nation in Northern New Mexico. David is currently working on National Park Service (NPS) Pre-NEPA and EA at Joshua Tree National Park. Mr. McIntyre is also managing two Environmental Impact Reports (EIRs) under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) for Imperial County, CA.