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Upcoming Events

Participation in FET events can earn you professional education credits from a variety of state and national organizations.  The following list describes the chapter meetings and programs that are currently offered and what credit is available for each program if applicable.

2 Day Webinar 

Annual Air Updates

  • Did you miss this webinar series?  You’re in luck – we can send you the recordings on demand. Simply register as usual and we’ll send you the recordings and materials.
  • 5.50 hrs may be eligible CHMM hours, ABIH CM points and PE hours
  • 0.5 CEU hours

      Webinar Course

      EHMM Virtual 11-Week Course

      The EHMM course provides a broad yet comprehensive environmental, health, and safety overview of hazardous materials management and related sciences.

      • Now through February 2023
      • 4:00 – 7:00 PM Weekly (dates adjusted for the holidays)
      • 33.0 hours of technical content may be eligible for ABIH CM points or PE hours; 33.0 CHMM hours, 3.3 CEUs
      • DNR hours applied for

          zoom meeting

          Emerging Professionals Meeting

          Join the Emerging Professionals to meet other FET members and network with peers.

          • Monday, February 6, 2023
          • 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM
          • Email Julie@fetinc.org to register for the meeting – a Zoom link will be forwarded
              “All of the sessions were well done. It is always difficult to make this material interesting when you have gone through this over and over. Everyone did a great job and I enjoyed the interactive training.”
              Seminar attendee at HazWoper Refresher course
              I enjoy attending FET trainings, they help to keep me current, and put me back on track when I’m feeling a little sluggish in my field
              Member Survey Respondent
              “The conferences continue to be relevant, and a great value. In just a few days, one can have the information presented in a condensed format, and be relevant to our state. It is very cost-effective and justifiable to an employer.”
              Brenda Kubasik