NASECA-WI Construction Site Erosion Control and Stormwater Permit Compliance Training
Focusing on Engineers, Site Managers, Site Superintendents, Contractor Superintendents and Foremen, BMP Installers and Inspectors
November 30-December 1, 2015
8:00 am-4:30 pm (Breakfast and registration at 8 am)
Metropolitan Builders Association
N16w23321 Stone Ridge Dr.
Waukesha, WI 53188
Registration for this event has closed.
Please feel free to download the registration form, complete, and return with payment by mail to: NASECA-WI, PO Box 70714, Madison, WI 53707 or email to email@example.com.
|Training only Registration- $235 Includes breakfast, lunch, learning materials, 12 CE/PDH, and optional NASECA-WI training exam. Those who register for the Training only will attend the two-day training and may sit for the optional NASECA-WI training exam. Those who successfully complete this exam with a score of at least 70% will receive a certificate of successful completion and their name posted on the NASECA-WI website.||Training Registration with DSPS Exam- $260
Includes all benefits of the Training only registration, with the exception of a NON-OPTIONAL NASECA-WI training exam, followed by the DSPS Soil Erosion Inspector exam. Those who score at least 70% on both exams may apply for the DSPS Soil Erosion Inspector credential. See more below.
This two-day course is designed for those who perform site management duties, supervise or direct construction activities, install best management practices, and/or inspect sites for compliance relating to erosion/sediment control and storm water management. This course is offered around Wisconsin annually. We encourage those who have not attended for the past 3 years to do so in order to be informed of the latest regulations and practices.
Course Topics/Material Covered:
- Permit requirements
- Roles and responsibilities
- Construction site erosion control plans
- Best management practices to reduce or control erosion and offsite sedimentation
- Proper installation of devices
- Establishing protective vegetation
- Grading practices to reduce erosion
- Timing of installations
- Demonstration of turbidity meter
- Completing WPDES site inspections
- Completing required documentation
Who should attend
- Professionals representing the owner or a department and acting as project engineers, project managers, project supervisors, and job site inspectors on projects requiring WPDES construction storm water permits.
- Professionals working for contractors and in charge of grading, utility installation, excavating, bridge construction and other activities disturbing soil.
- Turf establishment or erosion control contractors and contractors doing site restoration work.
- Project personnel assigned to conduct weekly site inspections and fill out the WPDES inspection log.
- Professionals assigned to monitor or inspect sites for permit compliance.
Certificate of Completion – Continuing Education (CE)/Professional Development Hours (PDH) and Exam
Attendees who complete the course will receive a certificate of attendance indicating that they have received 12 professional development hours/continuing education credits.
Those who successfully complete the course and exam will be issued a credential certificate and be listed on the NASECA Wisconsin website indicating that they have successfully completed the course and exam. See more information below.
Wisconsin Department of Safety & Professional Services (DSPS) Credentials
These credentials are administered by Trades Credentialing Unit in the Division of Professional Credential Processing.
Wisconsin Department of Safety & Professional Services (formerly Wisconsin Department of Commerce) 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).
The program is an approved course for the 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.
This program is sponsored by the University of Wisconsin-Extension.