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Groundwater and Well Care for Non-Community Public Water Systems Training

Sponsors
Rural Community Assistance Partnership, WaterOperator.org
Deadlines
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis
Contact

866.522.2681
info@wateroperator.org

Purpose

Taught by Steve Wilson, a groundwater hydrologist and 30-year veteran of the Illinois State Water Survey, this training helps owners and operators of non-community public water systems with a groundwater well to better understand how to properly care for their water supply. Through the course, well owners will obtain the knowledge needed to extend the life of the well and help ensure the water remains safe to drink.

The 2 hour course is on demand in an online format including:

  • Videos
  • Texts
  • Downloads
  • Quizzes
  • A survey

The course is available nationwide. It has been pre-approved for 2 hours of operator continuing education credit in Alabama, California, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, and Wyoming.

Eligibility

Suggested participants are owners and operators of non-community public water systems with a groundwater well.

Geographic coverage
The course is available nationwide. It has been pre-approved for 2 hours of operator continuing education credit in 17 states.
Amount of funding
The course is provided at no cost.
Application process

Choose the lessons directly from the program website.

Follow the state-specific instructions for receiving continuing education credit.

Tagged as
Environmental health · Infrastructure · Public health · Alabama · California · Idaho · Illinois · Indiana · Louisiana · Massachusetts · Minnesota · Nevada · New Hampshire · New Jersey · New Mexico · North Carolina · South Dakota · Tennessee · Utah · Wyoming



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