Training Calendar

Basic Training

  • Online Training - - Understanding Maine's Radon Code - (RR)

    Basic training for Residential Radon Code (video). Click here to watch the video. Good for 3 contact hours in Residential Radon Code.


  • Online Training - Filing Internal & Subsurface Permits and Their Fees - (SW/IP)

    Brent Lawson, State Plumbing Inspector, hosts an online presentation about filing the appropriate internal plumbing and subsurface wastewater permits, and what corresponding fees apply. This training last approximately 90 minutes and can be viewed anytime. After viewing the training, please notify ceo.decd@maine.gov that you have completed the training and two contact hours will be credited to you towards Subsurface Wastewater or Internal Plumbing. To view the training click or copy/paste this link: https://stateofmaine.adobeconnect.com/_a827390218/p8x6vt8hm4k/?launcher=false&fcsContent=true&pbMode=normal

    Online Training

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Advanced Training

  • Ongoing - Complete List of Maine DEP Trainings

    For dates and additional information, click here: http://www.maine.gov/dep/training/index.html. Please contact the CEO Training and Certification Program if you have any questions about approved contact hours. You can email ceo.decd@maine.gov


  • Thursday, Mar. 5 - Building & Renovating an Energy Efficient, Health Home - RENOVATIONS (RB, RE, RV)

    The Maine Indoor Air Quality Council, the Maine Contractors & Builders Alliance, and the Shelter Institute jointly sponsor this popular residential construction training series. These programs are designed to educate residential building professionals on construction practices that both optimize energy efficiency measures and minimize the risk of indoor air quality problems in new and existing homes.

    This session is focused on Renovations. See the downloadable registration brochure below for more information. 7 CEO contact hours credited in Residential Building, Residential Energy or Residential Ventilation.

    The Shelter Institute, Woolwich, 8 a.m. - 3 a.m.
    Registration Brochure
  • Tuesday, March 24 - MAWS Winter Conference and Annual Meeting (SZ/LU)

    This year's Maine Association of Wetland Scientists' conference will take place at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. The topic this year will be "Changes". Presentations will be situated around the changes going on in our environment, regulations, and more. You won't want to miss this event. Contact MAWS directly for more information: http://mainewetlands.org. 8 contact hours will be credited towards Shoreland Zoning or Land Use.

    Bowdoin College, Brunswick, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Monday, Mar. 30 - Local Planning Boards & Boards of Appeals (LU/LI)

    This workshop is designed as a basic introduction to the various legal rules governing decisions made by local planning boards and land use appeals boards. It is aimed primarily at new or less experienced board members. Long-time board members may also find it helpful. Attendees can apply for 4 contact hours in either Land Use or Legal Issues. Download the Registration Brochure below for more information.

    General Moore Coom. Center, Ellsworth, 4-8:30 p.m.
    Registration Brochure
  • Wednesday, April 8 - PVC Valves, Connections and Joining (IP/SW)

    Sponsored by JETCC, this session is approved for 6 contact hours in Internal Plumbing or Subsurface Wastewater. See registration brochure for more information and cost.

    Topsham Public Safety Building, 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Registration Brochure
  • Friday, April 10 - Hoarding: A Hopeful Journey to Recovery (LI)

    WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES To help attendees understand: - The impact of media and stigma on those needing help for their clutter - The latest developments in research and development of recovery tools for people who live with clutter - The effectiveness of peer‐to‐peer support groups - Interventions that work and those that don't - An introduction to the basics of running a support group - Buried in Treasurers - WRAP for Reducing Clutter - Stories of success and hope

    Attendees will earn 7 contact hours in Legal Issues. See registration brochure below for more information.

    Wells Reserve, Wells, 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    Registration Brochure
  • Tuesday, Apr. 21 - Local Planning Boards & Boards of Appeals (LU/LI)

    This workshop is designed as a basic introduction to the various legal rules governing decisions made by local planning boards and land use appeals boards. It is aimed primarily at new or less experienced board members. Long-time board members may also find it helpful. Attendees can apply for 4 contact hours in either Land Use or Legal Issues. Download the Registration Brochure below for more information.

    Soule-Shuman VFW, Waldoboro, 4-8:30 p.m.
    Registration Brochure
  • Tuesday, May 5 - Local Planning Boards & Boards of Appeals (LU/LI)

    This workshop is designed as a basic introduction to the various legal rules governing decisions made by local planning boards and land use appeals boards. It is aimed primarily at new or less experienced board members. Long-time board members may also find it helpful. Attendees can apply for 4 contact hours in either Land Use or Legal Issues. Download the Registration Brochure below for more information.

    Bridgton Town Office, 4-8:30 p.m.
    Registration Brochure
  • Thursday, June 18 - Local Planning Boards & Boards of Appeals (LU/LI)

    This workshop is designed as a basic introduction to the various legal rules governing decisions made by local planning boards and land use appeals boards. It is aimed primarily at new or less experienced board members. Long-time board members may also find it helpful. Attendees can apply for 4 contact hours in either Land Use or Legal Issues. Download the Registration Brochure below for more information.

    Spectacular Event Center, Bangor, 4-8:30 p.m.
    Registration Brochure
  • Thursday, Oct. 29 - Local Planning Boards & Boards of Appeals (LU/LI)

    This workshop is designed as a basic introduction to the various legal rules governing decisions made by local planning boards and land use appeals boards. It is aimed primarily at new or less experienced board members. Long-time board members may also find it helpful. Attendees can apply for 4 contact hours in either Land Use or Legal Issues. Download the Registration Brochure below for more information.

    Best Western Merry Manor, So. Portland, 4-8:30 p.m.
    Registration Brochure

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