CGP for QSPs (Qualified SWPPP Practitioners) – Attendee

$25.00$50.00

SOLD OUT 100 guests is the limit.  If you register now you won’t be able to join the webinar during the event time but a link to view the recording will be sent out to all registrants after the event. 

QSPs should not miss this training! A must to advance your understanding of erosion control practices and to be in compliance with the California Construction General Permit.

NO REFUNDS! ALL registered attendees will receive the link to the recording in an email – to view the webinar after the fact.
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Description

Western Chapter will present two webinars focused on the new CGP, specifically the new roles and responsibilities for QSDs and QSPs.  We are offering two 1-hour webinars, one for QSDs and the other for QSPs.  We will be highlighting key differences between the 2009 Permit and the 2022 Permit, with the primary focus centered on the responsibilities for each role under the 2022 Permit. QSDs and QSPs must understand the differences between the two permits for the two-year transition period.

Our presenters (Matthew Renaud– Day 1 QSD and Melanie Sotelo – Day 2 QSP) will outline key differences and provide information on the new requirements that the QSDs and QSPs will be required to implement as of September 1st.

Participants will earn 1 PDHs.

CGP for QSDs (Qualified SWPPP Developers) August 24, 11:45-1 pm. 

CGP for QSPs (Qualified SWPPP Practitioners) August 31, 11:45-1 pm.

Zoom Webinar Event (up to 100), 2 presenters
1-2 min. EVENT Sponsor Presentation
~45-minute presentation with ~10 minutes for Q&A after.

OBJECTIVES:
–    Highlight the difference between the two permits
–    Pragmatic approach for the QSD/QSPs most likely attendees
–    A project in the life of that role, what are the requirements, and what is entailed.

Audience:
Practitioners and developers of SWPPPs, professionals interested in effective and economical methods of erosion and sediment control leading to improved water and air quality; environmental restoration; and land stewardship as it pertains to the California General Construction Permit.

  • Academics
  • Agencies
  • Municipalities
  • Caltrans
  • Consultants
  • Contractors
  • DOTs
  • Engineers
  • Forest Service
  • Public Works Directors
  • Soil Scientists
  • State Regulators
  • Trade Associations
  • Water Agencies

 

CGP for QSDs (Qualified SWPPP Developers) August 24, 11:45-1 pm. 

CGP for QSPs (Qualified SWPPP Practitioners) August 31, 11:45-1 pm.

Zoom Webinar Event (up to 100), 2 presenters
1-2 min. EVENT Sponsor Presentation
~45-minute presentation with ~10 minutes for Q&A after.

OBJECTIVES:
–    Highlight the difference between the two permits
–    Pragmatic approach for the QSD/QSPs most likely attendees
–    A project in the life of that role, what are the requirements, and what is entailed.

Audience:
Practitioners and developers of SWPPPs, professionals interested in effective and economical methods of erosion and sediment control leading to improved water and air quality; environmental restoration; and land stewardship as it pertains to the California General Construction Permit.

  • Academics
  • Agencies
  • Municipalities
  • Caltrans
  • Consultants
  • Contractors
  • DOTs
  • Engineers
  • Forest Service
  • Public Works Directors
  • Soil Scientists
  • State Regulators
  • Trade Associations
  • Water Agencies

 

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