Construction Site Erosion Control and Stormwater Permit Compliance Training
-Virtual in 2020-
Overview of Event
Thursday, December 10 & Friday, December 11, 2020
8 am-4:30 pm
Every year, construction sites contribute tons of sediment into Wisconsin’s stormwater systems. As a result, environmental integrity is diminished. It’s important that contractors understand how to stay in compliance to avoid job shut-downs and penalties. Proper selection and installation of BMPs can save thousands of dollars in fines and re-installation costs.
NASECA-WI, a leader in erosion control and stormwater education, established a training program in 2010 to set baseline knowledge criteria for site workers who install and inspect erosion control practices on construction sites. Unlike most national training programs which provide just the basic principles of erosion control, this training program is Wisconsin-based and covers the principles of erosion and sediment control, as well as WisDNR, WisDOT, and DSPS rules, regulations, and standards.
This course and its exam are approved by the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services (DSPS) as a Soil Erosion Inspector Training Course, which is one of the only approved courses available for certification as an Erosion Control Inspector of 1- and 2- family dwellings in Wisconsin.
$250 Training Sponsor
- Reach attendees during breaks with a PowerPoint slide promoting your company/product. There will be three breaks as well as a longer lunch break on both days of the event with a total of approx 2 hours and 15 minutes of dedicated time for our sponsors.
- Sponsors will have the opportunity to mail company/product information and/or product samples to those registrants who opt-in to receive promotional mailing.
- Sponsors will be noted for their support on NASECA-WI’s event webpage, Twitter, and Facebook pages.
Sponsorships received by November 26 will be included in marketing emails and on website.
PowerPoint slide must be received by December 3.
Continuing Education/Professional Development Hours
Wisconsin Department of Safety & Professional Services has approved this program for 12 hours of continuing education credit for Commercial Building Inspector (CBI), Dwelling Contractor Qualifier (DCQ), Master Plumber-Restricted Service (MPRS), UDC Construction Inspector (UCI), Utility Contractor (UC).
This is an approved course for the DSPS Soil Erosion Inspector qualifier. It involves a qualifier exam that must be passed with a minimum of 70%. Upon completion of the course and passing the qualifier exam you will receive a certificate that can be submitted with the application from DSPS and the appropriate fee to obtain your Soil Erosion Inspector credential.