Introduction to Design (Level II)

Level II Introduction to Design is a two day course for both plan reviewers and design professionals. Topics included in this course include design and review of Erosion, Sedimentation, and Pollution Control Plans.

Eligibility Requirements for Design Professionals

  • Proved proof of professional licensure in the field of engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, forestry, geology, land surveying or CPESC.

Eligibility Requirements for Plan Reviewers

  • Have at least 6 months work experience in the field of erosion and sediment control.
  • In lieu of 6 months work experience, an individual my obtain a Level IB certification.

Requirements for Level II Introduction to Design
"Certified Design Professional" "Certified Plan Reviewer"

  • You must register for and attend a Conservation Commission approved and posted "Introduction to Design Seminar" (Level II).
  • Submit the appropriate application.*
  • Take and receive a passing score of 70% on a Level II certification exam.

Exam Only Sessions

  • Must meet eligibility requirements for either Design Professional or Plan Reviewer.
  • You must register for a Soil and Water Conservation Commission Exam Only Session.
  • Provide Proof of Attendance from a Conservation Commission "Design of Vegetative Measures and Structural Practices for Erosion and Sediment Control Workshop" or equivalent Conservation Commission approved course within 3 years prior to exam date.**
  • Submit the appropriate certification application.*
  • Take and receive a passing score of 70% on a Level II certification exam.

*Application forms will be distributed before the exam.
**Proof of Attendance - You will need to have the course date and the instructor's name of the approved course you attended that allows you take the exam only.