ECOSS offers practical training and solutions for municipalities facing ever-increasing regulatory requirements. Due to the ongoing Washington State COVID-19 Stay Home, Stay Healthy order, ECOSS is currently offering its stormwater training classes as an online webinar series. We believe this will help you accommodate your program’s training needs. These classes help cities meet Municipal staff training requirements for the Phase I and II NPDES Stormwater permits.
ECOSS prepares municipal staff to effectively manage their stormwater programs.
These courses are designed for Operations and Maintenance (O&M) staff and other personnel who directly and indirectly influence a city’s stormwater program success. The base content serves as a platform for each municipality to add their own jurisdiction-specific approach to each subject area.
Price per webinar: $150
Five-webinar bundle: $650 (Savings of $100!)
Through February 14, 2021, save an additional $50 and pay only $600 for the five-webinar bundle with promo code: NEWYEAR.
Prices will go up on February 15, so buy now!
Questions about these courses or need help with registration? Do you have a large group you’d like to register at a reduced price? Please contact ECOSS at email@example.com or 206-767-0432 ext. 1004 to discuss price break options.
ECOSS’ Municipal Stormwater Education Program
These courses are designed for Operations and Maintenance (O&M) staff and other personnel who directly and indirectly influence a city’s stormwater program success.
- Stormwater experts deliver innovative and professional classes ranging from two hours to two days, depending on the topic
- Classes provide a foundation of content developed with input from a Steering Committee represented by 15 cities and counties, small to large, across Washington state
- The base content serves as a platform for each municipality to add their own jurisdiction-specific approach to each subject area
Prepare Municipal Staff to:
- Meet NPDES educational permit requirements for Operations and Maintenance (O&M) and other staff
- Discuss practical applications and operational considerations of stormwater management from multiple viewpoints
- Diversify existing knowledge, skills and abilities of staff
- Enhance municipal stormwater programs with improved communication and understanding of stormwater issues across all departments
Testimonials from Municipal Stormwater Training Class attendees:
- “I think this class should be attended by all employees within a municipality, not just Stormwater and O&M staff. As an Admin staff member, it’s helpful to know how to respond when I receive calls about spills.”
- “I now have a greater awareness and ability to comply with the city’s stormwater permit. I am better able to explain stormwater issues to coworkers and policymakers.”
- “I do public outreach. I am now better able to communicate this information with the public.”
- “These trainings will help us develop internal roles and responsibilities across municipal departments.”
Municipal Stormwater Classes
100 Series: Basics Overview (The Why)
Click the classes below for a complete description.
- 101 Municipal Stormwater Program Overview
- 102 Washington State Phase I and Phase II permit*
- 103 Stormwater Regulations Overview
200 Series: Practical Application (The How & What)
- 201 IDDE Inspections
- 202 Private & Public Stormwater Infrastructure Inspection & Maintenance
- 203 LID Infrastructure Inspections and Maintenance
- 204 Public Education
- 205 Spill Control and Response
- 206 Sampling and Monitoring
- 207 Introduction to the SWPPP
- 208 Permitting*
- 209 Managing Industrial Stormwater General Permit
- 210 Public Works Erosion Control
*Class description soon