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Short courses offered at Environmental Connection ’15

September 30th, 2014 / By: / Industry News



One-day options for PDHs Sunday, Feb. 15

The International Erosion Control Association’s (IECA) annual Environmental Connection event will offer a variety of full-day courses to kickoff EC-’15 in Portland, Ore.

All of the one-day courses earn seven professional development hours (PDHs) or .7 continuing education units (CEUs). All full-day courses will be held on Sunday, Feb. 15 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

EC-’15 is co-locating with the biennial Geosynthetics 2015 conference and exhibition Feb. 15-18, 2015, at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland.

EC151-1-7: Getting to Know RUSLE2
Presented by: David Lightle, CPESC #651

EC151-2-7: Stream Restoration Planning and Design: Essential Basics for the Erosion Control Professionals
Presented by: Dr. David Williams, PE, CFM, PH, CPESC

EC151-3-7: Navigating Stormwater Compliance with Budgets, Schedule & Solutions
Presented by: Mary A. Larsen, ToR, QSD, CPSWQ, CPESC and Jennifer Hildebrand, CPESC, CPSWQ

EC151-4-7: Mastering the Art of Phase II MS4 Program Effectiveness & Compliance
Presented by: J.B. Dixon, CISCE, CPESC and Carrie Powers, CPESC

EC152-1-7: Bio-Technical Remediation and Soft Armor Installations for High Velocity Urban Channels
Presented by: Jerry Sanders, CPESC and Hector Sotelo, PE

EC153-1-7: Effective Best of the BMPs
Presented by: John McCullah, CPESC

EC154-1-7: Steep Slope Stability Analysis
Presented by: Stanley Miller, PE, CPESC

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