Continuing Education for Environmental Professionals (CEEP)

Continuing Education for Environmental Professionals (CEEP) is a new initiative of the College of Science and Mathematics (CSAM) at Montclair State University. Designed to meet the demand for environmental continuing education courses in northern New Jersey, CSAM will be offering Continuing Education credit-bearing courses for LSRPs, environmental attorneys as well as an array of programs designed for the larger environmental community.

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Upcoming Courses and Conferences

Tuesday
January 13 8:00am - 4:00pm
Topic: Regulatory Training in Underground Storage Tanks
Location: University Hall
If you are becoming UST certified for the first time or if your certification is in need of renewal, this class is for you! The NJDEP requires professionals who work on USTs to be trained, certified/recertified every three (3) years. This course fulfills the NJDEP course requirements for regulatory training and must be taken within one year prior to renewal. Professional engineers and plumbing contractors, exempt from the certification examination, must attend the course within one year of certification.
6.5 Regulatory NJ LSRP CECs | 6.5 NJ PE CPCs

TBA
Topic: Hot Topics in Technical Guidance
This course is designed to explore various issues embedded in NJDEP’s technical guidance which may be ambiguous, confusing or complex. New guidance recently released will be examined (e.g. Technical Impracticability, Data Quality Assessment and Usability) as well as pending Technical Guidance (Capping, Groundwater interaction with Surface Water).

TBA
Topic: The Investigation and Remediation of Sediments
Increasingly, the importance of sediment investigation and remediation have emerged as major issues in environmental remediations. This course will examine the contamination and impacts of sediments at some noteworthy sites. The remediation of sediments is difficult and potentially costly, yet, in some case , valid. Various technologies utilized to remediate sediments will be discussed.

For more information contact:

Ann FrechetteDirector of External Relations for the College Of Science and Mathematics