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 STORMWATERUSA.COM LAUNCHES 3RD GENERATION E-LEARNING PLATFORM

Jan 01, 2013

(MERIDEN, CT. January 1, 2013) – StormwaterUSA.com announced the launch of their third generation e-learning platform, the Stormwater USA eCampus. 

StormwaterUSA.com’s eCampus is a dynamic online-university where all enrolled students access their stormwater management e-learning courses and take their examinations in its virtual testing facility. Those enrolled students also: (1) have access to an all-inclusive library of key resources and documents; (2) can communicate with instructors and fellow students for support; (3) register for continuing education events; and (4) print out certificates and course transcripts on-demand.

“We are always striving to make the eCampus more intuitive,” stated Andrew Demers, President of StormwaterUSA.com. “Our students are busy professionals and shouldn’t have to waste time figuring out how the system works,” added Demers.

The Stormwater eCampus is a sophisticated software platform that monitors and validates individual user credentials by recording the Internet Protocol (IP) address.  These numeric signatures are used to document the exact computer and physical location of the individual. 

 “Having the ability to monitor IP addresses allows us to document where students have taken their training and exam. If any deviations are detected we’ll ask the student to validate their IP address.  If any falsifications are determined, we now have evidence to support their dismissal from the program,” Demers explained.

MERIDEN, CT. January 1, 2013) – StormwaterUSA.com announced the launch of their third generation e-learning platform, the Stormwater USA eCampus. 

StormwaterUSA.com’s eCampus is a dynamic online-university where all enrolled students access their stormwater management e-learning courses and take their examinations in its virtual testing facility. Those enrolled students also: (1) have access to an all-inclusive library of key resources and documents; (2) can communicate with instructors and fellow students for support; (3) register for continuing education events; and (4) print out certificates and course transcripts on-demand.

“We are always striving to make the eCampus more intuitive,” stated Andrew Demers, President of StormwaterUSA.com. “Our students are busy professionals and shouldn’t have to waste time figuring out how the system works,” added Demers.

The Stormwater eCampus is a sophisticated software platform that monitors and validates individual user credentials by recording the Internet Protocol (IP) address.  These numeric signatures are used to document the exact computer and physical location of the individual. 

 “Having the ability to monitor IP addresses allows us to document where students have taken their training and exam. If any deviations are detected we’ll ask the student to validate their IP address.  If any falsifications are determined, we now have evidence to support their dismissal from the program,” Demers explained. 

Stormwater runoff, which is regulated under Section 402 of the Clean Water Act (CWA), instituted the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permitting Program. This permitting program mandates that any construction project, industrial facility, storm sewer system draining into U.S. surface waters, or agricultural facility engaging in land disturbing activities or discharging wastewater into U.S. water bodies obtain coverage under the NPDES general permit.  All federal and state programs have mandated credentialing standards to perform stormwater inspections and prepare storm water pollution prevention plans.

Stormwater USA.com is the leader in computer based stormwater management training and credentialing. As an occupational trade school located in Connecticut, StormwaterUSA has credentialed thousands of stormwater management and enforcement professionals here in the United States and Internationally.

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