Calendar

Jan
28
Mon
NGICP Training Session
Jan 28 @ 8:00 am – Feb 1 @ 5:00 pm

Landscaping, city planning, public works, and stormwater managing can all benefit from the knowledge and skills to ensure green infrastructure projects are installed and maintained properly to support long-term performance and positive impact on the communities. Certification increases your competitiveness in the job market, and provides a pathway to higher-paying positions.

The training is 35 hours and includes approximately 25 hours of classroom time (lecture and interactive exercises) and 10 hours of field visits to green infrastructure sites.

Learn more and register at NGICP.org

Feb
15
Fri
NGICP Train-the-Trainer Workshop
Feb 15 @ 8:00 am – Feb 17 @ 12:00 pm

Workshop Schedule

  • Friday, February 15 – 8 am to 5 pm CST
  • Saturday, February 16 – 8 am to 5 pm CST
  • Sunday, February 17 – 8 am to noon CST

 

Trainer Qualifications

All participants applying to become an NGICP approved trainer must possess two of the following three qualifications:

  • Minimum of a bachelor of science degree in water resource management or environmental science
  • Minimum 35 hours of experience as a trainer for hands-on, adult learning courses
  • Direct experience in Stormwater Green Infrastructure(GI) construction, inspection, or maintenance

Register at NGICP.org

May
8
Wed
WEF Stormwater and Green Infrastructure Symposium 2019: Integrated Stormwater Management
May 8 – May 10 all-day

This conference is held by the Water Environment Federation (WEF) in cooperation with the Florida Water Environment Association and The Water Research Foundation.

WEF is excited to annouce that we will be hosting our inaugural Stormwater and Green Infrastructure Symposium in Fort Lauderdale, Florida this May.  This Symposium is crafted to deepen the technical knowledge of professionals involved with stormwater management and provide forums where leading issues in the sector are discussed.

WEF is enthusiastically soliciting research, technology, operations, regulatory, environmental, communications and management abstracts to develop oral and poster presentations, panel discussions, and pre-conference workshops. It is requested that the abstract be submitted under the topic that most closely matches its primary focus.

Latest information at https://www.wef.org/StormwaterGI