In class: National Green Infrastructure Certification Program (NGICP) – Registration Closed

December 9, 2019 – December 11, 2019 | Registration now closed. Please email Victoria Kring at Victoria.Kring@trca.ca if you would like to be added to our waiting list.

Course: Dec 9-10, 2019 (8:00 am – 5:00 pm)

Box lunch will be provided on Dec 9 and 10. Please note that participants will be outside on the afternoon of Dec 10th. Please dress appropriately for weather conditions.

Exam: Dec 11, 2019 (9:30 am – 12:30 pm)

Deadline for registration & exam application is October 31, 2019

The eligibility requirements to become NGICP certified are:

  1. Proof of completion of HS education/GED (at a minimum) – submitted as part of exam application process (see STEP 2 in Registration Process below)
  2. Completion of online component  (13 modules) – access instructions for online modules will be emailed to all participants who register for the course and exam.  Participants will have access to online content beginning November 4th until December 1st at midnight.   Completion of online modules is mandatory before attending the in-person training.
  3. Complete 2 day, in-person training

Registration (2-step process)

  • Step 1 – Register and pay for course (see Register link on this page) | Course fee – $380 +HST (CDN)
  • Step 2 – Exam registration & payment instructions will be emailed to you after you register for the course.  Contact Victoria Kring at Victoria.kring@trca.ca if you do not receive your instructions | Exam Fee – $200 USD

Refund Policy – no refunds will be issued after November 3rd

About NGICP

The National Green Infrastructure Certification Program (NGICP) was developed as a certification and training program to set standards for designers, inspectors, contractors, and maintenance staff involved in the design, construction, and operation and maintenance of Green Infrastructure (GI) practices.

This program offers participants the opportunity to gain expertise in GI materials and vegetation, construction practices, site safety, and management for long term performance.  GI practices include bioretention, permeable/porous pavements, rainwater harvesting, green and blue roofs, dry wells, and constructed stormwater wetlands.

The course offers the participant on-line access to training modules, allowing the participant to train at their own pace, followed by a 16 hour in-class review to prepare for the certification test.  The test will be administered in the classroom, following the in-class portion of the training.

The benefits of becoming certified by the NGICP include:

  • Expansion of your skills and knowledge of building, inspecting and maintaining GI systems
  • Greater awareness of GI career opportunities
  • Proof of your commitment to supporting sustainable performance of GI practices
  • Exposure to employers looking to hire skilled GI workers through the NGICP Certification Database

The implementation of the NGICP is governed by Bylaws and a Policy and Procedures Manual.  To learn more about the NGICP, please visit www.ngicp.org.

Instructor

Jay Michels, Emmons & Olivier Resources Inc. (EOR)

Additional Information:

Questions relating to registration or other administrative concerns, please contact Victoria Kring at Victoria.Kring@trca.ca.

Technical inquiries related to course content, please contact Jay Michaels at jmichels@eorinc.com

TRCA HST Registration number is 10808 8584 RT001

Registration Closed