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
December 8-9, 2016
8:00 am-4:30 pm (Breakfast and registration at 8 am)
Metropolitan Builders Association
N16w23321 Stone Ridge Dr.
Waukesha, WI 53188
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Registration form– download, print, and complete this registration form and return by mail with check to NASECA-WI, PO Box 70714, Madison, WI 53703 or by email with credit card payment to firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration: (Please note: there are 2 different registration options available.)
|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
- 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.