Level 2  
  Tennessee Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control Training Program for Construction Sites  

Pond Buffer

Pond Buffer

Check Dam Sediment

Color Contrast Discharge

Concrete Washout Station

Construction Exit Installation

Dewatering Tank

Sediment Basin With Dewatering

Check Dam

Check Dams

Diversion Channel

Slope Interruption Ditch

With and Without Erosion Protection

Outlet Protection

Inlet Protection Eel

Inlet Protection Wattle

Inlet Protection

Inlet Protection Eels

Muddy Water From Construction

Unstabilized Construction Site Discharge

Outlet Protection

PAM Log Installation

Slope Drain

Silt Bag Installation

Silt Fence Application

Stream Protection With Silt Fence

Silt Fence Protection

Inlet Silt Filters

Inlet Silt Filter

Slope Drain

Slope Drain & Blanket

Slope Interruption Log

Slope Protection Application Demonstration

Sod Laying

Steep Slope Stormwater Management

Stockpile Protection

Stockpile Protection

Stream Diversion

Channel Riprap and Liner

Slope Protection Blanket

Installing Erosion Blanket

Sediment Trap Cleaning

Construction Exit Track-out

Storm Water Detention Pond

Sediment Basin

Bad Silt Fence Installation

No EPSC Controls

Concentrated Flow at Silt Fence

Dam Failure at Outlet Pipe

Untreated Construction Site Dewatering

Lacks Construction Exit

Untreated Dewatering

Ineffective Sediment Basin

The Level II course, Design Principles for Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control for Construction Sites, is an advanced 2-day workshop designed for engineers and other professionals who have completed the prerequisite Level I course. TDEC through the current 2011 Construction Permit (CGP), requires that the SWPPP be prepared by individuals who have a working knowledge of erosion prevention and sediment controls, such as those who have successfully completed the Level II design principles course. Effective May 24, 2013, Site Assessment Inspections for quality assurance of installation, functionality and performance of erosion and sediment control practices at construction sites discharging into Impaired or Exceptional Tennessee Waters must be performed by individuals, who at minimum, have completed the Level II course. Professional Engineers and Landscape Architects, plan preparers and reviewers, project managers, and enforcement personnel from all levels of government involved with practice planning and design will find the course informative and useful. Instruction focuses on engineering technology needed to plan and design practices and controls for managing stormwater, preventing erosion and controlling sediment on construction sites. The Level II Design workshop provides the general tools needed for developing an acceptable, working SWPPP. Topics discussed in the course include: hydrologic methods for determining peak flows; principles of soil erosion, scouring and sediment transport processes, including practice examples for preventing erosion; and open channel principles and practices for designing a stable channel, including use and examples of riprap, blankets and matting, and vegetation; stormwater control requirements and design; sedimentation principles; and temporary sediment basin design requirements, and detailed examples. The Level II Design workshop provides a Certificate of Completion and sixteen (16) hours of Professional Development Hours (PDH) credit after attending both days and successfully completing the take-home exam. The current Completion Listing can be found under the Level II Completion Listing dropdown link.