Outside Education Opportunities
In addition to the valuable in-house education classes that the HBA provides, we also want to tell you about other opportunities within the community or online that may benefit you and your business. Take a look at upcoming and ongoing opportunities.
Stormwater Management & Erosion Control During Construction
Monday, October 24; 8-5 PM at the City Administration Building
This class will provide in depth instructions on the installation requirements for BMPs as well as up to date information on the current regulatory requirements, products and materials for the control of erosion and sedimentation at construction sites. The course presents the legal requirements under the Colorado Stormwater Program with a focus on Best Management Practices (BMPs). Examples of the City of Colorado Springs municipal program activities and requirements will be reviewed. The program will also cover permit conditions for water quality. Deadline to register is Friday, October 14. Learn More
Developing and Implementing Stormwater Management Plans
Tuesday, October 25; 8-5 PM at the City Administration Building
The development and implementation of Stormwater Management Plans (SWMP) requires a carefully planned approach accompanied by close follow up. This training program is designed to provide information about how to prepare and implement these plans to help comply with the requirements of the CDPS permit as issued by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE), Water Quality Control Division (WQCD). This program is designed and intended to provide support, training and guidance. Learn More
Hazardous Materials Removal Training
For asbestos, lead, and mold and other environmental education opportunities, visit CHC Training at trainingchc.com. Upcoming courses in June include:
FREE Electronic Plan Submittal Workshops at PPRBD
Ongoing - 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month
Electronic Plan Review is an option (in some cases it is required) for submitting plans and getting those plans reviewed. Instead of submitting a paper copy of the plan to PPRBD, you can upload plan images and other required documents from their website. This workshop will show you the steps required to submit a plan electronically. They will review the types of plans that are currently allowed to be submitted electronically and discuss other plan types coming in the future. Each workshop will end with a troubleshooting session to discuss some of the issues people have when submitting plans electronically. For more information, contact PPRBD at 719-327-2880 or visit pprbd.org. Classes are limited to 30 people per session, so be sure to register early.
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