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351 Water Way
Plover, United States

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September 2017

CROSS CONNECTION CONTROL ASSEMBLY TESTER REFRESHER (6 Continuing Education Cross Connection Control Assembly Tester Credits, 6 Commercial & UDC Plumbing Inspector Cert., Journeyman & Master Plumber, Journeyman & Master Plumber-Restricted Appl.)

September 28 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, United States
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CROSS CONNECTION CONTROL ASSEMBLY TESTER REFRESHER The State of Wisconsin now requires licensed cross connection control assembly testers to have at least six hours of continuing education credits for renewal after June 30, 2013. Attendees will have an opportunity to get updated on any new regulations and issues for assembly testers. The class will include opportunities to work hands-on with CCC assemblies. TOPICS DISCUSSED INCLUDE: Review of current Dept. of SPS code related to Cross Connection Control Current paperwork requirements…

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October 2017

CROSS CONNECTION CONTROL ASSEMBLY TESTER CERTIFICATION (40 Municipal Water Credits, Professional Engineer Credits, Plumber, Fire Sprinkler Fitter (see below))

October 2 @ 8:00 am - October 6 @ 12:00 pm
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, United States
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WRWA in conjunction with Hydro Designs Inc. will offer a 40 hour course for cross connection control assembly tester certification. This  class will give participants the training and examination requirements for a certified back flow equipment tester in Wisconsin. Participants will have an opportunity to work hands-on with assemblies as they learn how to test and repair the devices. This class is open to anyone who is interested in learning how to inspect, test and repair these devices. This class…

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Water System Operations Basics – Regulations & Groundwater Resources (6 Municipal Water Credits)

October 23 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, United States
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Regulations: Regulations from various agencies and levels of government can be confusing and pose a challenge to the success of a water utility if they are not fully understood. Instructors will address the origin of the regulations and give overviews of regulations water utility operators deal with every day. Groundwater Resources: This part of session will cover many of the basics of water and groundwater resources. Understanding the basics of the water cycle and groundwater are essential to the operations…

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Water System Operations Basics – Well and Pump & Water Treatment (6 Municipal Water Credits)

October 24 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, United States
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Well and Pumps: Over 90% of municipal water utilities use groundwater as their source. Having knowledge of wells and pumps is essential to the duties of a water utility operator. This portion of session I will cover the types of wells, and discussion which may be suitable for a municipal water system, well drilling methods, the components of a well, and different pumps that are commonly used in a water system and how they work. Water Treatment: Students attending this…

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Biological Treatment – Suspended Growth Processes – AM (3 Municipal Wastewater Credits)

October 24 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, United States
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-Theory and Principles - Operation and Maintenance - Monitoring, Process Control, and Troubleshooting - Safety and Regulations Instructor:  Chris Groh (WRWA) Sign-Up Online 

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Nutrient Removal – Total Phosphorus – PM (3 Municipal Wastewater Credits)

October 24 @ 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, United States
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-Chemical Removal Theory & Principles -Operation & Maintenance -Monitoring, Process Control & Troubleshooting -Safety & Regulations -Calculations   Instructor:  Chris Groh (WRWA) Sign-Up Online 

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Water System Operations Basics – Distribution Systems & Math Basics (6 Municipal Water Credits)

October 25 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, United States
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Distribution Systems: This training session will help familiarize or refresh students with the various components of a water utility distributions system. The discussion will include pipes used for distribution and their pros and cons based on type, locating those pipes, different types of valves found through a system, water meters, hydrants, and storage facilities. Throughout this session there will be hands-on demonstrations of many of these components giving students an opportunity to better understand how they work. Math Basics: This…

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Basic Laboratory (6 Municipal Wastewater Credits)

October 25 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, United States
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-Safety -Sampling -lab Equipment -General Lab Practices -BOD -TSS -Total Phosphorus -Ammonia -Total Residual Chlorine QA/QC Instructor:  Chris Groh (WRWA) Sign-Up Online 

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Water System Operations Basics – Operations and Maintenance & Cross Connection Control (6 Municipal Water Credits)

October 26 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, United States
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Operations and Maintenance: The organization of the day to day operations and the maintenance is an important part of the compliance and success of a water utility. This portion of the series will educate students on what capacity development is and why it is important to the operation of a utility. Maintenance schedules, record keeping, and the importance of mapping will also be covered in the class. Cross Connection Control:   Utilities throughout Wisconsin are required to have a cross connection…

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Biological Solids/Sludge-Hauling, Processing and Reuse – AM (3 Municipal Wastewater Credits)

October 26 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, United States
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-Principles of Mechanical Sludge handling -Structure and Function -Operation -Maintenance -Monitoring -Troubleshooting -Safety -Calculations Instructor:  Chris Groh (WRWA) Sign-Up Online 

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Disinfection – PM (3 Municipal Wastewater Credits)

October 26 @ 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, United States
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-Chlorination Theory & Principles Operation & Maintenance Safety & Regulations Calculations -Ultraviolet Theory & Principles Operation & Maintenance Safety & Regulations Calculations Instructor:  Chris Groh (WRWA) Sign-Up Online 

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Municipal Water Operator Exam Review (6 Municipal Water Credits)

October 31 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, United States
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Municipal Water Exam Review Distribution System Pumps and Motors Storage Chemical Addition/Disinfection Safety Record Keeping Regulations Exam Review INSTRUCTORS:WRWA Employees WHO SHOULD ATTEND Any new water system personnel, or anyone interested in reviewing the basics of operating and maintaining a water system prior to taking the DNR certification exam. Sign-Up Online 

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December 2017

SAMPLING PRACTICES (AM) (3 OTM/NN Credits Only)

December 12 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, United States
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Improper sampling techniques can adversely affect your sample results. Attend this class and learn how to give yourself the best chance of getting accurate results. We will go over the requirements of the Bacteriological, Lead & Copper Rules, and explain the importance of proper sampling sites and techniques for required monitoring. They include Bacteriological, Lead and Copper, Inorganics, Volatile organics, Synthetic organics, RAD sampling, and Disinfection Byproducts. Speaker: Industry Professionals Sign-Up Online    

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WATER TREATMENT TECHNIQUES (PM) (3 OTM/NN Credits Only)

December 12 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, United States
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This class will provide information on the most common water treatment systems currently being used to address water quality problems. This includes: approved treatment methods for nitrate removal, hard water, bacteria and corrosion control. We will also cover other factors affecting water quality in the distribution system that result in water complaints from your customers. Speaker: Industry Professionals Sign-Up Online    

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