|Class Date(s)||Monday, Mar 18 2019 8:00AM-5:00PM
Tuesday, Mar 19 2019 8:00AM-5:00PM
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This program is a two-day class that follows the curriculum provided in the Florida Stormwater, Erosion and Sedimentation Control Inspector’s Manual Tier I, and Tier II.
Upon the completion of the class, a proctored examination is administered and approximately 1 hour is given to complete the exam. In order to obtain the DEP qualification certificate, a minimum passing grade of 70 percent must be made on the exam.
1)To ensure that the desired benefits of stormwater management systems are being achieved.
2) To ensure that both the public and private sectors have enough inspectors trained in the proper installation and maintenance of BMPs during and after construction.
3) To ensure a consistent level of technical expertise and professional conduct for all individuals responsible for inspecting erosion and sediment controls, and stormwater management systems.
The program curriculum was originally developed and the training program began in late 1997. In 2018, the curriculum and training manual were divided into two tiers to cover material for installers and inspectors in sequence. To date, there are approximately 40,000 inspectors qualified under the educational program throughout the state of Florida. DEP-approved instructors voluntarily teach the installer and inspector training classes throughout the year. This allows the instructors flexibility to arrange classes around their schedules.
Storm Water Certified Inspector
Class LocationClassroom G
1725 Art Museum Drive , Building B
Jacksonville, FL 32207