In addition to all of the different Certified Stormwater Inspector training classes offered by National Stormwater Center, we now also offer a series of "specialty training" classes.
Industrial SWPPP Development - Attendees learn to develop their own site-specific and sector-specific Industrial Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans in class using webinar technology. This course covers NOI information, building requirements with sector specific responses, development of required reports, and SWPPP organization. Registrants will receive a 3-ring binder and pre-printed tab dividers, as well as binder cover and spine templates, and a flash drive. These materials are to be used in class for the development of the Industrial Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan.
Permit Shield - Mainly for Industrial Permittees, this course offers a full discussion of the Aprll 2020 Supreme Court ruling that certain non-point discharges can be the equivalent of direct discharges, given time and distance. In other words, some non-point source discharges may be considered as point source now, and with a Permit Shield, your industrial operation can be covered.
Integrated Planning - Using technology and potential funding from EPA, municipalities may now apply for an integrated planning approach to their Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System Permits. Join us to understand how your municipality could benefit from integrating permits and receive grant funding from EPA to achieve your goals.
Re-Certification - All National Stormwater Center graduates have the opportunity to extend their certification for an additional 5 years by attending one of our four-hour Re-Certification classes. Register for a Re-Certification class in the final year of your CSI certification to gain an additional 5 years of certified status.
CSI Graduate Network - All National Stormwater Center graduates are invited to participate in our monthly discussion-based meetings at no charge! With a different stormwater topic every month, graduates may attend specific sessions or all sessions of our Network discussions. Our Network meetings are generally 90 minutes in length. Any subject-matter experts are welcome to present their ideas and lead a discussion. Contact us: