“A lot more new information than I expected. VERY VALUABLE”
“… really fantastic and useful. This is the training that I’ve been wanting!”
“… gets us thinking of the process holistically from start to finish.”
“I walked away from the class with much more confidence as a BMP / stormwater designer and installer.”
“… very excited to be able to take my projects to the next level.”
– comments from previous Level 2 participants
Register for the next Level 2 Intensive Seminar: November 7-9, 2019
Attendance on all days is required.
The three day seminar, which will be held in Ft. Washington, MD, from 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM each day, includes classroom lectures, group and individual exercises, and a field trip. The seminar is followed by a written assessment in early December.
Level 2 topics include detailed site analysis, soil and vegetation protection during construction, using natural plant communities as reference landscapes to inspire design, and an in-depth focus on stormwater BMP design and installation, with an eye toward long-term management success. CBLP is focused on creating a connected community of like-minded professionals, and this fast-paced and dynamic class allows dedicated time for networking and socializing with participants and instructors.
To apply for Level 2, you must have already passed the Level 1 exam (or be confirmed to take the exam), and must have experience in design and/or installation of stormwater practices. For the November 2019 seminar, please plan to complete your Level 1 exam no later than October 17.
Fees for Level 2
Get $50 off the November 2019 seminar if you register by September 20. Use the coupon FALLTAKE50 when you make your payment.
You may choose to seek one certification or both. Payment plans are available- please just ask us!
One certification, CBLP-D (design) or CBLP-I (installation) – $580
Two certifications, CBLP-D and CBLP-I – $630
The fee includes:
- Instruction, field trip, and materials
- Final assessment fee
- 3 breakfasts and 2 lunches
Candidates Must Verify Experience
You must also submit a letter of recommendation from an employer, local government, watershed organization, or other partner that verifies you have some experience designing and/or installing stormwater practices and/or other conservation landscaping. To apply, please complete the brief form, below and click submit.