The Tier I section of the manual and class cover Chapters 1 through 5. Tier I provides an introduction to stormwater, erosion, and sedimentation control, and teaches BMP (Best Management Practice) installers and operators how to properly select, install, and maintain BMPs. This class is a prerequisite to the Tier II class although both are taught consecutively together. This section covers, the erosion process, soils, temporary BMPs for erosion and sedimentation control, BMPs using vegetation for erosion control and BMPs for dewatering.
The Tier II section of the manual and class cover Chapters 6 through 9. Tier II provides additional details on information introduced in the Tier I manual along with the applicable regulations and statutory requirements, stormwater pollution prevention plans, BMPs for Stormwater Management, inspection forms, and enforcement procedures necessary for the proper inspection of BMPs.
In order for students to receive a certification from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and continuing education credits, they must attend both Tier I and Tier II and successfully complete the final exam with a passing score of 70% or greater.
Are course materials available in advance?
Yes, course manual can be viewed, downloaded and printed as needed for individual reference:
A hard copy will be provided for your use during the class. Manuals are available for purchase the day of class for a fee of $15 each, credit cards are accepted. Although, we prefer to "Go Green" and have students download and use the electronic copies.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes, if you cannot attend you may send someone else from your organization.
Can I update my registration information?
Yes, log onto Eventbrite and make applicable changes.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, we have your information on file.
What is the refund policy?
Refunds can be issued 100% if we are notified 30 days prior to the course, 50% if we are notified within 30 days prior to the course and if "after" the course a class credit will be applied.
When will I receive my certification?
Upon successful completion of the final exam (passing score of 70% or greater), attendees will be qualified to conduct inspections, exams are graded onsite. The certification is issued by The Florida Department of Environmental Protection and takes approximately 8 to 12 weeks to arrive. For information pertaining to certification status, or to obtain a replacement certification, please contact:
The Florida Dept. of Environmental Protection
Provide your name as you would like it printed on your certification and mailing address.
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