Location: The Engineer's Club - 11 West Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, MD 21201
Included: Continental breakfast, the ESD workshop and lunch
Intended for professionals with familiarity in hydrology and hydraulics, stormwater management, and transportation or site design, this advanced course will focus on practical aspects of stormwater design in accordance with Environmental Site Design as set forth in Chapter 5 of the Maryland Stormwater Design Manual. Production design and review contexts will be explored using open-sourced spreadsheet design tools and design examples.
At the completion of the workshop participants should have a well-informed understanding of the various ESD practices, design processes, practical considerations, calculations, design examples, and review expectations.
This will be a highly interactive workshop that draws on the knowledge and experience of both the presenters and attendees.
Theodore (Ted) E. Scott, PE, CPESC, LEED AP
Enabling legislation became effective July 1, 2010 giving the Board the authority to adopt regulations to require continuing professional competency for a licensee as a condition of renewal of a license. The regulations became effective on July 11, 2011. See COMAR 09.23.06.01-.17.
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Proof of PDHs
MDSPE will award certificates to document attendance to meet state requirements.
The licensee is required to maintain records and documentation of the PHD units earned. To assist the licensee, two forms have been created. The Reporting Form (Word document, 72KB, download Word viewer for free) should be used to list all the pertinent information about the 24 PDH units earned over the renewal period. The Assessment Form (Word document, 57KB, download Word viewer for free) should be used when (1) a course provider does not supply a PDH form or a record of an outcome measure, or (2) an activity is offered by a provider described in .08 B(2) of the Regulations. The records must be maintained for at least 4 years from the date of the completion of the qualifying program.
Licensees will be subject to a random audit of continuing professional competency courses. If you are audited, you will be required to submit proof of the hours claimed as more fully described in Section .09 of the regulations.