About MCET

Since 1982, the Maryland Center for Environmental Training (MCET) has established a reputation for excellence in environmental, safety and health training and compliance assistance through practical applications.  Employers and employees who partner with MCET integrate regulatory compliance into their site-specific training and day-to-day activities.  Combined with applications of best management practices geared to the actual performance of their duties, the participant’s learning experiences will focus on and relate to their working environment.

NEWS FROM MCET

Inclement Weather Policy:

Should the host college open at 10am for classes, then MCET will hold their scheduled training. Should the host college open later, or close due to inclement weather, MCET will reschedule the class

See Emergency Closing page for links to the host colleges. 


MCET has moved to the Regional Hughesville Campus.

 Architectural Rendering of the Center for Trades and Energy Training

Please check here for updates on where your classes will be held.


Energy Management - A Small System Approach 


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Energy Management – A Small System Approach!
The program was developed by the Maryland Center for Environmental Training of the College of Southern Maryland and funded by the Maryland Department of the Environment through their FY 2016 Performance Partnership Grant – Water Pollution Control Activities with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 

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Contact Us

Maryland Center for Environmental Training (MCET)
College of Southern Maryland
  
PO Box 910
La Plata, MD 20646

Phone: 301-934-7500
Fax: 301-934-7695

E-mail: info@mcet.org
 

Maryland Professional Engineers

As an accredited college in Maryland, the Continuing Professional Competency (CPC) Standards Committee of the Maryland Board of Professional Engineers, recognizes MCET’s Continuing Education Units (CEUs) from our technical classes for licensure renewal. Take any class marked Process (P) and use the CEUs towards your Maryland Professional Engineering Certification renewal hours.