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Erosion and Sediment Control Training

Level 1A
Fundamentals Seminar

(For builders, contractors, developers, site superintendents, grading and utility contractors, and monitoring consultants.)

Level 1B
Advanced Fundamentals

(Regulatory and non-regulatory inspectors.)

Level 2
Introduction to Design

(Plan designers and plan reviewers.)

Re-certification Courses

Level 1A/1B & Level 2 Re-cert


Use the below links to view course dates and register:

Level 1B Calendar
Register through GESTI / NPDES here

All Courses in Calendar View
Register through GESTI / NPDES here

Course Details

Advanced Fundamentals (Level IB)

The Level IB Advanced Fundamentals Seminar is a two day course designed to train regulatory enforcement inspectors and non-regulatory personnel inspectors contracted to do regulatory work to accurately inspect land disturbance areas for compliance with state erosion and sedimentation laws. The course will cover several topics such as the role of the inspector, ES&PC planning and review, and local program overview criteria.

Requirements for Level IB Certification
"Certified Inspector"

  • Must have completed 60 days work experience in the field of erosion and sediment control.
  • In lieu of 60 days work experience, you may obtain a Level IA Certification.
  • You must register for and attend a Conservation Commission approved and posted "Advanced Fundamentals" Seminar.
  • Submit the appropriate certification application*
  • Take and receive a passing score of 70% on a Level IB certification exam.
* Application will be distributed before the exam.


All cancellations must be made 2 weeks prior to the class date. No refunds will be given to those who register and fail to attend. You may substitute someone in your place.

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