Erosion and Sediment Control Webinar Series
Soils and Causes of Erosion
Thursday, May 16, 2019, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM CDT
Understanding on the importance of soil testing and how to gather samples the right way
The importance of pH and organic matter and how it is critical for sustainable vegetation
BSM technologies and how they can improve soils as an option to traditional compost
Types of erosion and variables impacting erosion
Types of sediment and sedimentation
Damage caused by erosion and sedimentation
Goals for Selection of Erosion and Sediment Control Practices
Thursday, May 16, 2019, 12:30 – 1:30 PM CDT
Practices that minimize site disturbance
Preservation of native vegetation
Selecting appropriate practices for disturbed areas on the construction site
Calculations for Determining Soil Loss and Channel Stabilization
Friday, May 17, 2019, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM CDT
Review Manning’s calculation
Design software Profileps3.com
Product selection using software 00
Non-Structural Erosion and Sediment Control Best Practices
Friday, May 17, 2019, 12:30 – 1:30 PM CDT
Temporary and permanent seeding, sodding and mulching
Mixing and applying hydraulic mulches
Use of blankets and turf reinforcement mats in channel applications
Each webinar session earns continuing education credit and can be registered for individually. All attendees must log-on through their own email – attendees may not watch together if they wish to earn continuing education credit. HalfMoon Education Inc. must be able to prove attendance if either the attendee or HalfMoon Education Inc. is audited.
Certificates of completion can be downloaded in PDF form upon passing a short quiz. A link to the quiz will be sent to each qualifying attendee immediately after the webinar. The certificate can be downloaded from the Results page of the quiz upon scoring 80% or higher.
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4.0 HSW CE Hours
Continuing Education Credit Information
These live, interactive webinars are designed to qualify for continuing education credit for professional engineers and architects in most states. Please see each webinar listing for the number of available continuing education credits. Course participants need to be aware of any licensing restrictions on online learning to fulfill their continuing education requirements.
HalfMoon Education Inc. is approved as a continuing education provider by the American Institute of Architects (No. J885). HalfMoon Education is an approved continuing education sponsor for engineers in Florida, Indiana (License No. CE21700059), Maryland, New Jersey (Approval No. 24GP00000700), New York (NYSED Sponsor No. 35), North Carolina, and North Dakota. HalfMoon Education is deemed an approved continuing education sponsor for New York architects.
The Massachusets Title 5 Onsite Advisory Committee, on behalf of MassDEP, has approved the Septic Systems Series for a total of 6.0 TCHs (1.5 TCHs per webinar) for System Inspectors and Soil Evaluators. It is the responsibility of SIs and SEs to retain proof of completing each webinar and submit them to the NEIWPCC when notified about renewal.
Participation and knowledge retention will be verified for these webinar events. Certificates of completion will be provided upon successful completion of the quiz at the end of each webinar, and earned LUs will be reported to the AIA/CES.
Dr. Charles E. Williams Jr.
Dr. Charles E. Williams Jr., is a professional civil engineer with 22 years of experience in private consulting, and with state, and municipal organizations. He came to the City of Jackson in May 2002, as a graduate civil engineer working in the Streets, Bridges and Drainage Division within the Public Works Department. In 2006, Dr. Williams was promoted to a senior civil engineer within the Engineering Division. Dr. Williams has served as the interim director of public works, and currently serves as the engineering manager within the Department of Public Works. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Mississippi Engineering Society, and the American Publics Works Association. His most recent accomplishment at the City of Jackson was the management of a grant awarded by Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) totaling $2.4 million allocated for drainage improvements to Lynch Creek. He also helped coordinate a memorandum of understanding between various federal, state, and local government organizations to rehabilitate the Mill Street Bridge on Woodrow Wilson Avenue, combining resources from all agencies in an amount of $4 million. Dr. Williams has managed various engineering awarded grants, bonds, and other external funding opportunities totaling over $75 million during his 15 year tenure at the City of Jackson. One of his most current duties is helping the City of Jackson stay in compliance with a $400 million federal mandated consent decree for sanitary sewer violations. In addition he is also helping the City of Jackson develop a master plan to improve the City of Jackson’s aging infrastructure. Dr. Williams is a distinguished graduate of the University of Mississippi (B.S.C.E., 1996), Mississippi State University (M.S.C.E.,2000), Belhaven University (MBA, 2003), and the University of Alabama (PhD, Civil Engineering, 2013). He is a licensed professional engineer in the states of Mississippi, Alabama, and Louisiana. He is a member of Chi Epsilon Engineering Honor Society, and the author of two published engineering articles. He has also previously served as a speaker on the subject of “New Developments in Onsite Wastewater Treatments” for HalfMoon Education Seminars.