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If you are a stormwater inspector you’ve been there.
A stormwater control just isn’t working. Was it the wrong control? Was it installed wrong? Was it properly maintained? It’s your call. What needs to be done now?
In this course we talk about E&S basics. We will talk about how, when, where, and why to use some common stormwater controls. We don’t want to tell you everything there is to know about erosion and sediment control, just the information you need when you are out on a site trying to understand a situation and come up with a workable solution.
This is a one-day, online course taught by a live instructor who has actually been on construction sites and had to make many of the same decisions that you have to make every day. He will help you through the thought process involved in figuring out a solution to your situation.
- Understanding the causes of erosion, soil transport, and deposition
- Understanding the basics of why and when we use certain types of erosion controls
- How are controls properly installed and maintained
- If a control fails, what should be done
- We will look at a wide variety of stormwater controls
This one-day online course is for stormwater inspectors including construction stormwater inspectors, municipal stormwater inspectors, construction site managers, SWPPP writers, SWPPP installers, project engineers, SWPPP designers and SWPPP maintenance personnel.
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FLORIDA Stormwater, Erosion and Sedimentation Control Inspector Training – Miami, FL – Nov. 13-14, 2019
This program is a two-day class that follows the curriculum provided in the Florida Stormwater, Erosion and Sedimentation Control Inspector's Manual Tier I and Tier II. Upon the completion of the class, a proctored examination is administered and approximately 1 hour is given to complete the exam. In order to obtain the DEP qualification certificate, a minimum passing grade of 70 percent must be made on the exam.Find out more »