Cosponsored with the UNH Stormwater Center
This is the first part of a 12 hour, two-day course that will cover site stormwater management design, focusing primarily on Green Infrastructure and innovative Low Impact Design (LID) strategies. The first part of the course will be 6 hours and will include the following topics:
For more information and to register for Part II of this course, click here.
Treatment System Design Digital Badge:
Participants who successfully complete Part I and Part II of the Treatment System Design program will automatically receive a digital badge micro-credential that verifies their accomplishment and skill that can be shared on social media, blogs and online portfolios.
Upon completion of the two-part workshop, participants will receive an email with further information on claiming their badge. For more information on digital badges with UNH PD&T, click here.
James Houle is the Program Director for the Stormwater Center. His responsibilities include directing and managing the Stormwater Center's growing body of research projects. Areas of expertise include diffusion of innovative stormwater management solutions, the design and implementation of innovative stormwater control measures including green infrastructure (GI), and low impact development (LID) strategies, planning and implementation, operation and maintenance, and water resource monitoring. Dr. Houle holds a Ph.D in Natural Resources and Environmental Science and has over fifteen years of experience with water quality related issues in New England and is a certified professional in storm water quality (CPSWQ) and a certified professional in erosion and sediment control (CPESC).
Thank you for your interest in this course. Due to a cancellation or scheduling change, it is not currently open for enrollment. A new date will be schedule soon.
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