Introduction to Environmental Forensics of Organic Chemicals: Survey of Applications, Approaches, Capabilities, and Limitations
May 5, 2017
8 Technical Credits
New VPH Method and Other MCP Current Issues
May 31, 2017
4 DEP Regulatory Credits
Demonstrating How SESOIL and AT123D Models Are Used to Develop Soil Cleanup Objectives
June 8, 2017
4 Technical Credits
4 Technical credits
Determining Hydraulic Conductivity While Low Flow Sampling
4 Technical credits
Pneumatic Slug Testing
4 Technical credits
Written/emailed cancellations received up to four business days before the course will receive a refund, minus a $25 processing fee and a 3% credit card fee. (e.g. for a $300 course the refund would be $300 - $25 - $9 = $266).
If you cancel your registration within three business days of the course, no refund will be granted. No refunds will be granted for courses under 4 credits.
If you are unable to attend a course for which you have already registered, you are free to send someone in your place.
3. Can I get Connecticut Licensed Environmental Professional and New York Professional Engineer continuing education credits for LSPA courses?
Yes, many LSPA courses offer Connecticut Licensed Environmental Professional (CT LEP) and New York Professional Engineer (NY PE) credits in addition to LSP credit.
When you register for an LSPA course there will be the option to receive other state credits as well. There is no additional charge to receive CT LEP credits.
There is a $20 fee per person, per course, to obtain NY PE PDH credits irrespective of the number of credits. When you register, you must select the option to receive NY PE credits and pay $20, in addition to the regular cost of the LSPA course, in order to obtain the NY PE credits.
Please contact Michelle Zelch at email@example.com or 617-977-4304 with any questions or concerns.
Effective January 23, 2014, the LSPA Board of Directors voted to halt the distribution of paper course materials. All course materials are now only available electronically.
The LSPA takes the following steps to ensure that all course participants are accommodated:
We welcome any and all suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As part of maintaining an LSP license, an LSP must earn a minimum of 48 continuing education credits every three years.
The continuing education of LSPs is regulated by the LSP Board of Registration whose website provides a summary of continuing education requirements and FAQs.
Also, Massachusetts 309 CMR presents the continuing education regulations for LSPs.
6. Where can I find a list of continuing education courses that have been offered by the LSPA in the past few years?
Click here to view a list of the continuing education courses and membership meetings that the LSPA has offered for credit.
7. Where can I find a list of continuing education courses that have already been approved for LSP credit by the Board of Registration?
The LSP Board of Registration website provides a list of those courses.
Yes, please click here to request a replacement CEU form for any course that you completed with the LSPA. There is a $30 processing fee for each form.
Yes, LSP Association offers a special rate to government employees for both membership dues and course fees. LSPA's policy is stated below. If you would like to register using the special government rate, please email email@example.com to receive your promotional code. Please include your name along with the course or meeting that you would like to attend.
Any person whose primary employment is as an employee of a municipal, state, or federal government agency may attend an LSPA continuing education course at a special government rate. For any course 4 hours or more in length, the government rate will be $50. For any course less than 4 hours, the government rate will be $25. These rates apply regardless of whether the government employee takes the course for LSP credit.
If a government employee who is an LSPA member attends an LSPA member meeting for credit, then the $25 rate applies. If a non-member government employee attends an LSPA member meeting, the $25 non-member rate applies whether or not the employee wishes to receive credit. (A government employee can become an LSPA member for $20/year and thereby attend any member meeting for free.)