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CPESC: Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control

Recognized Certification for Erosion and Sedimentation Practices and Measures

CPESC-IT: Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control – In Training

Those interested in obtaining a CPESC but not yet qualified in terms of the number of years of experience are encouraged to get certified as an IT.

CPESC-IT® certification represents many disciplines and specialties that work to produce site-specific plans and designs that comprehensively address current and potential erosion and sedimentation issues with practices and measures that are cost effective, understandable and that meet environmental and regulatory requirements. CPESC-IT registrants meet educational standards, subscribe to the code of ethics, pass Part 1 of a qualifying exam, maintain expertise through a continuing professional development program and when eligible write Part 2 of exam to become a fully certified CPESC.


Contact Envirocert directly for more information: https://envirocert.org/cpesc/

CPESC Requirements:

  • Highschool Diploma plus 7 years experience
  • Associates Degree plus 5 years experience
  • Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Degree plus 3 years experience
  • MS Degree plus 3 years experience
  • PHD-plus 3 years experience