MR4701 Inspection and Maintenance of Permanent Stormwater Treatment Practices Online

Registration Fee:  $250.00

Prospective attendees must register individually online with their own individual email address. (NO GROUP REGISTRATION IS AVAILABLE FOR THIS) >The system does not allow an administrative assistant to register for you. The course must be completed by September 30, 2021 or the course fee will be forfeited. Registrations are non-refundable and non-transferrable.

In order to earn certification, the attendee must complete the course online by September 30, 2021 and must receive a score of 70% or above on the online exam.

Due to COVID-19, this class will be held online 

This course is designed for those who inspect, maintain or direct maintenance on stormwater control measures and practices, such as ponds and infiltration systems. Attendees will learn the fundamentals of BMP processes, mechanics, operations and maintenance needs, and how to create and execute a maintenance work plan. This workshop has been created in a partnership between the Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering Department Erosion and Stormwater Management Certification Program and Extension.

Who should Attend

  • Parks/public works staff
  • Consultants (designers/engineers)
  • Private contractors
  • Stormwater managers
  • Private land owners (big and small properties)
  • Property managers/HOA
  • BMP/project designers
  • Anyone with stormwater BMP responsibilities

Browser and Software Requirements

You will need a computer with an updated web browser and reliable broadband internet connection (DSL or faster).

Supported Browsers: Canvas runs on Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, or any other device with a modern web browser. Canvas supports the last two versions of every browser release, BUT WORKS BEST WITH CHROME BROWSER. We highly recommend updating to the newest version of whatever browser you are using.

 

This course is presently only available online, with registration available at the following link.

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