CPESC application process. Application approval Exam Review – September 14, – AM to PM The Study Guide and Handouts are included. The course will review material contained in the CPESC examination. Any individual may attend the course. Approval by CPESC, Inc. is. Certification programs and examination questions are based on applicable federal Already a CPESC-IT: Part II only (3hrs) Applicants are encouraged to take part in our Review Course, review course materials, study guide and scope of.

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The Level II Certification for a Plan Preparer is pretty weak and really does not prove a designer’s expertise in erosion and sediment control. Part II only 3hrs Preparing for an Exam Applicants are encouraged to take part in our Review Course, review course materials, study guide and scope of practice as part of their preparation for a certification exam. How did this company gain credibility to issue these certifications has anyone asked or does anyone really know the history of the company?

I’ve been preparing plans for 12 or 13 goodness Small Commercial and Residential were very similar problems but with different acreages and a different CN, but if you got one right, then you would get the other one right also.

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There were several topics on there I have never dealt with. Some of the erosion questions were insane.

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Posted July 27, I really didn’t study as intently as I should have He thought it was “tough”. The legislative questions were geared toward the logistics of obtaining a general permit such as: Posted March 17, If you understand these, you should pass part 2.


For more information click here. But it can never work the other way – you can never go less stringent than the laws “above” you. Certified individuals become certified at a national level once they pass their exams. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. In my review course the instructor said to know the flow charts associated with BMP selection and SWPPP preparation, but I did not find that to be necessary to answer the test questions.

Out of curiousity – what kind of work will be requiring the full certification? I’ve certified probably near fpesc hundred of them there. Any info would be helpful, thanks.

Another thing that worries me is that this is a “Private” company, Which apparently has only been around since and according to their profile on www. This is for the state DOT. Of course, I will now have to travel to RI or PA or NY in the next few months to spend two days training, or in my case “re-training” and getting privately “re-certified”, by a company that I, and apparently few others, know very little about. The only thing to be careful of is if they clearly go beyond the authorizing legislation’s intent.

Posted July 10, Posted August 14, But it can’t be taken with you when you move somewhere else.

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Posted December 18, Yeah – I’m eager to hear about it too, though I have heard a little from the guy I know who took it. This requires more time and more tax-payer money for me to review the plans and step them through learning the ropes, which often gets further delayed when said PE’s get indignant and self stidy about being a PE already and how dare I quesiton them when the state has already sanctioned their knowledge and blah blah.


They really didn’t try to trick you with the questions but some of them were worded in unfamiliar ways and could be misinterpreted. In the case of erosion and sediment control, neither the Civil or the Environmental PE exam covers this topic, at all. I did not attend the review class but studied the manual.

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I will take the exam again Posted June 11, After offering voluntary learning for over 10 years now and getting virtually no results, I am of the opinion that most engineers will not take the time to learn this non-PE stuff on their own, unless they are forced to. Is it certification where professional engineering certification does not cover the requirement?

But note that I have not checked into this in a long time, and I have never taken the exam myself though my office sent two staff to one of the workshops, only to discover they didn’t possess the right qualifications to sit for the exam. Posted June 21, At the most non-invasive, they can offer education free on-line manuals, training courses, etc.

Applicants will receive notification by email that their scores have been released. I am tempted to take the exam and get the certification.