Classes and Certification
2019 SEEP Classes
- Coeur d'Alene- April 2-3- FULL (Please email SEEP to be added to a wait list)
- Sandpoint- April 23-24
- Kellogg- May 7-8
Introduction class to sediment and erosion control with a hands-on field component. Topics covered include site planning, Federal and Idaho regulations, and Best Management Practices. Certification valid for three years.
Level II Class
- Coeur d'Alene- March 20- FULL (Please email SEEP to be added to a wait list)
- Sandpoint- April 11
Renew your current SEEP certification through a one-day, advanced SEEP course on stormwater and Low Impact Development BMPs. If you have taken and passed a SEEP Basic Class since 2016, you are eligible to take the SEEP Level II Class. Recertification is valid for three years, no exam required.
- Coeur d'Alene- April 30-May 1
Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead (CESCL) certification is required by the Washington State Department of Ecology as part of the Construction Stormwater General Permit. While similar to SEEP, this certification is required if you work in the state of Washington. Topics covered include Federal and Washington regulations, Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan development, erosion and sediment control practices, discharge monitoring, and reporting. Certification valid for three years.
Register for SEEP Classes
Fill out the form below and mail check to SEEP (write checks to University of Idaho, invoices available upon request). We will email registration confirmation, class location, and preparation information. Class size is limited to maximize learning experience for students. One week cancellation notice is required for refund. Substitutions are always welcome, but no-shows are responsible for full registration fee.
Mail payment to:
SEEP c/o Marie Schmidt
University of Idaho CDA
1031 N Academic Way
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814