Introducing the 2021 STEP Water Webinar Series

A series of 13 FREE webinars delivered by industry experts, and focused on a range of
topics in green stormwater infrastructure and erosion management.

Professional Development Training

Register today for training courses led by conservation authority staff members and industry professionals with experience designing, constructing, maintaining and monitoring sustainable technologies in Canada.

Click here to download STEP’s training pamphlet for general information.

Renew your full CISEC membership or your CISEC-IT membership. Members of IECA, Landscape Ontario, and AORS are eligible for discounts on some courses.

Please contact examination@cisecinc.org for more information or visit cisecinc.org to find out about upcoming online courses and exams.

Select a category below to refine your search.

Mar 4 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Online
Abstract The presentation will explore a new system-wide approach to Stormwater Management (SWM). Given the major challenges associated with the current state of SWM, including limited financing, aging infrastructure, expanding urbanization, a legacy of poor[...]
Mar 25 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Online
Abstract The Town of Oakville owns a significant amount of land within the valley corridors of Bronte Creek and Sixteen Mile Creek. These watercourses are confined systems within shale bedrock and high valley walls prone[...]

Register for any two live or pre-recorded webinars and select a third webinar for free. Use coupon code B2GOFWEB (must have 3 webinars in cart for coupon code to apply).

 

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The Onondaga County Save the Rain Program

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BioretentionGreen roofsLow impact developmentRainwater harvesting



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Grading, Drainage and Green Infrastructure

J. Hill  2019   |   Presentations, Videos & Webcasts

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BioretentionEducation and outreachGreen roofsLow impact developmentMulti-LID sitesPlanning and developmentSwales and ditches







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LID Treatment Train Tool Video Tutorial – Using impervious: pervious ratio guidance for sizing LIDs

Toronto and Region Conservation,  Credit Valley Conservation,  Lake Simcoe Region Conservation  2019   |   Presentations, Videos & Webcasts

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BioretentionGreen roofsLow impact developmentMulti-LID sitesPermeable pavementRainwater harvestingSoakaways, infiltration trenches and chambersSwales and ditchesWater resources engineering



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Integrating Low Impact Development into Stormwater Asset Management Programs (FREE)

Sustainable Technologies Evaluation Program  2019   |   Presentations, Videos & Webcasts

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BioretentionEducation and outreachGreen roofsLow impact developmentPermeable pavementPlanning and developmentSoakaways, infiltration trenches and chambersStormwater management pondsSwales and ditches