MGP Conference 2019 is pleased to announce two optional pre-conference short courses that will take place concurrently and in conjuction with the MGP Conference. These courses include a Professional Ethics course and a Dredging course both providing CEUs or PDHs as appropriate. Details on each course and links to register are listed below.
Courses to be offered on October 7, 2019 from 8:00 am to 11:30 am
Loews Philadelphia 1200 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Short Course 1: Professional Ethics 2018-082 brought to you by New Jersey Site Remediation Professional Association (NJLSRPA)
This course reviews both general and professional ethical fundamentals and will review the Site Remediation Reform Act’s Code of Conduct. Case studies and a panel discussion with various stakeholder viewpoints represented will also occur. The course examines business practices versus the standard of care. The LSRP’s professional ethics statement to “protect public health and the environment,” will be discussed as will relationships with employers, clients, and other professional colleagues. Course participants are encouraged to contribute to discussions of case histories and are encouraged to contribute their own case histories for analysis. This course is intended for LSRPs, environmental professionals, and engineers in closely allied fields. Please check with your state’s Licensing Boards tates to determine if this course is acceptable to meet their continuing education requirements.
LSRPA Member – $155, Non-Member – $250
CEUs Achieved: 3 Ethics Continuing Education Credits
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Short Course 2: The Dredging 101 – Basics of Dredging, Dredged Material Management and Environmental Considerations brought to you by the Western Dredging Association (WEDA)
This course has been developed for the purpose of helping anyone interested in learning about the basics of dredging and dredged material and environmental considerations in an easy, enjoyable and efficient manner.
The course material was established to give a comprehensive overview of:
• What dredging is and why it is being performed
• How it is being done and what types of equipment are being used
• What factors are used to determine the equipment type, including transporting dredged material
• What dredged material disposal or placement (e.g., beneficial use) options are available
• What are the environmental concerns about dredging and disposal of dredged material
• What are the measures to manage potential environmental impacts
• What regulations/permits apply to dredging and dredged material disposal or placement
Course Fee: $75.00
Earn 4 PDHs or 0.4 CEUs
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