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Posted on: October 4, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Certified Stormwater Inspector Class

National Stormwater Center is pleased to offer CERTIFIED STORMWATER INSPECTOR – MUNICIPAL training classes. Please see below for class description and upcoming training dates.  
•    Maryland CSI MS4 Webinar on December 1 & 2
NOTE: If the dates listed do not accommodate your schedule, please contact our office for more suitable dates. We are able to combine states with similar stormwater permits.
• Register on our website at by clicking “Register Here” next to the logo. The registration calendar can also be found under the classes and events tab
• Request a registration form from
•    Please contact our business office for additional discounts if you have 3 or more attendees or would like to schedule a private training

Payment is not due at the time of registration. We do offer an invoice option on our website.
Designed for Municipal personnel, System (MS4) permit regulations and compliance to restore and maintain the waters of the United States. Permits require certifying officials to select qualified stormwater personnel. Gain an in-depth understanding of stormwater permits, the six minimum control measures, how to conduct inspections, and the authority, demeanor, and discretion of stormwater inspectors to enhance your credentials of qualified. This class focuses on Municipal Separate Storm Sewer
Graduates of the Certified Stormwater Inspector course receive certification for 5 years and continuing education units, and ongoing, unlimited support of the National Stormwater Center.  Graduates of our course will have access to valuable information on our website along with an invitation to our FREE monthly CSI Network discussions.
•    We also offer:

Do you have impaired water bodies in your municipal jurisdiction? Having difficulty identifying and reducing the sources of pollution? Get the certification you need to help you meet interim and term goals on your NPDES MS4 Stormwater Permit or Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) for impaired water bodies listed (303 (d)) under (40 C.F.R. §130.7(b) (5)).
•    December 22          
The National Stormwater Center has designed an online webinar training specifically for municipal permittees.  This course called Integrated Planning Permits for Municipalities, delivers training on implementing the goals of the Water Infrastructure and Improvement Act of 2019.  A voluntary path to meet Clean Water Act requirements, this integration of water permits may allow your municipality or POTW to qualify for grants and technical assistance from U.S. EPA!

•    January 5
Feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns, 888-397-9414. We look forward to working with you and for you as we strive to keep our Nation’s waters clean.

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