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Register now for May 9-11 stormwater, erosion, and sedimentation course

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Registration is now open for a FREE 2-DAY Training Program to obtain state qualification from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Stormwater, Erosion, & Sedimentation Control Inspector Training Program. Course manuals will be provided for each attendee. Bring your own pens, highlighters, sticky notes, etc. as these will not be provided by the instructor. A proctored, closed-book exam will be given on May 10th.

Class Hours: Day One: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm / Day Two: 8:00 am- 3:00 pm

On May 9th and 10th sign-in and late registration will begin at 8:00 am, class will begin at 8:30 am. Tuesday’s class will end at approximately 5:00 p.m. Wednesday’s class will end when everyone finishes up with the exam around 3:00 pm. Passing score is 70 or above. FL Licensed General Contractors will earn 8 hours continuing education units (CEUs) [Provider Number: 004-0001229- Course Number: 0002207]

FL Licensed Professional Engineers will earn 8 hours Professional Development Hours (PDHs) [FL Professional Engineer’s License Provider Number: 0004094]

FL Association of Code Enforcement (FACE) officers will earn 12 CEU's by providing a copy of your passing certificate to the UCF office. Lunch will be on your own each day. There are several great venues nearby.

Register for Muddy Water Blues Workshop (or attend separately) on Thursday, May 11th for a FREE Erosion & Sediment Control BMP Technology Transfer Workshop and learn more about best management practices for erosion and sediment control during construction activities. Learn practical information and view a variety of products from numerous vendors which will help maintain compliance and improve surface water quality during and after construction activities. Register Seperately Via Eventbrite to attend the MWB Course!

Sponsors: The City of Winter Park, Orange County Environmental Protection, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection