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April 2019

Disinfection, Nutrient Removal, Solids Separation (6 Wastewater Credits)

April 18 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, WI 54467 United States
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Disinfection, Nutrient Removal, Solids Separation April 18, 2019 (8:00 am – 3:00 pm) (6 CEC’s for Certified Operators) WRWA will offer wastewater operator training for the new operator and the experienced operator looking to upgrade their license. These courses will enable the operator to pass the introduction operator exams held this spring, and operators will learn about processes in their treatment plants. -Chlorination Theory & Principles -Ultraviolet Theory & Principles -Chemical Removal Theory & Principles -Operation & Maintenance -Monitoring, Process…

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

April 22 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, WI 54467 United States
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Water System Operations Basics - Regulations & Groundwater Resources 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…

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

April 23 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, WI 54467 United States
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Water System Operations Basics - Well and Pumps & Water Treatment 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…

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

April 24 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, WI 54467 United States
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Water System Operations Basics - Distribution Systems & Math Basics 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. Math Basics: This portion of the Basics training will cover the basics of math for water…

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An Introduction to Utility GIS and Web Mapping/Mobile Data Collection (6 Municipal Waterworks, Municipal Wastewater, PDH Credits)

April 24 @ 8:00 am - 2:30 pm
Onalaska City Hall, 415 Main Street
Onalaska, United States
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An Introduction to Utility GIS and Web Mapping / Mobile Data Collection April 24, 2019 - Onalaska City Hall Fire Dept Training Center, 415 Main St Onalaska WI 54650 April 25, 2019 – Hudson Public Utility Service Ctr. 1201 Livingston Rd, Hudson, WI 54016 Utilizing a Geographic Information System (GIS) to store and manage utility asset information is quickly changing the way many utility organizations collect and manage data as well as how they interact with their customers and communities.…

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

April 25 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, WI 54467 United States
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Water System Operations Basics - Operations and Maintenance & Cross Connection Control 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…

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An Introduction to Utility GIS and Web Mapping/Mobile Data Collection (6 Municipal Waterworks, Municipal Wastewater, PDH Credits)

April 25 @ 8:00 am - 2:30 pm
Hudson Public Utility Service Center, 1201 Livingston Road
Hudson, WI 54016 United States
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An Introduction to Utility GIS and Web Mapping / Mobile Data Collection April 24, 2019 - Onalaska City Hall Fire Dept Training Center, 415 Main St Onalaska WI 54650 April 25, 2019 – Hudson Public Utility Service Ctr. 1201 Livingston Rd, Hudson, WI 54016 Utilizing a Geographic Information System (GIS) to store and manage utility asset information is quickly changing the way many utility organizations collect and manage data as well as how they interact with their customers and communities.…

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Municipal Water Operator Exam Review (6 Municipal Water Credits)

April 30 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, WI 54467 United States
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Municipal Water Operator Exam Review Distribution System Pumps and Motors Storage Chemical Addition/Disinfection Safety Record Keeping Regulations 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. INSTRUCTORS -  WRWA Employees The room will open at 7:30 am with the class starting PROMPTLY at 8:00 am. The class will end at 3:00 pm. Sign-Up Online  Municipal Water Operator Exam Review…

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May 2019

Excavation “Competent Person” Safety Training (6 Municipal Water or Wastewater Safety Credits, 6 General Septage, 6 Commercial Plumbing Inspector, Initial Qualifying – POWTS Maintainer, Journeyman & Master Plumber, Journeyman & Master Plumber-Restricted Service, POWTS Inspector, POWTS Maintainer, Soil Tester)

May 2 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, WI 54467 United States
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EXCAVATION “COMPETENT PERSON” SAFETY TRAINING (6 Municipal Water or Wastewater Safety Credits, 6 General Septage, 6 Commercial Plumbing Inspector, Initial Qualifying – POWTS Maintainer, Journeyman & Master Plumber, Journeyman & Master Plumber-Restricted Service, POWTS Inspector, POWTS Maintainer, Soil Tester) May 2, 2019 – WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way, Plover WI This class was designed for water/wastewater, public works, engineers, building inspectors and contractor employees. Participants will be able to identify existing and predictable hazards in excavations and hazardous working…

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TREATMENT TACTICS (3 OTM/NN Credits)

May 7 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Spooner DNR Headquarters, 810 W Maple Street
Spooner, WI 54801 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: chlorination, operation and maintenance of chlorine injection systems, general use of poly and ortho phosphates, softening, filters and well treatment techniques. We will also cover other factors affecting water quality in the distribution system that result in water complaints you’re your customers. WHO SHOULD ATTEND Other-Than-Municipal & Non-Transient/Non-Community Manufactured Housing Parks, Schools,  Churches, Industrial Facilities TREATMENT TACTICS February 13, 2019,…

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SAMPLING METHODS (3 OTM/NN Credits)

May 7 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Spooner DNR Headquarters, 810 W Maple Street
Spooner, WI 54801 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, RAD sampling, and Disinfection Byproducts. WHO SHOULD ATTEND Other-Than-Municipal & Non-Transient/Non-Community Manufactured Housing Parks, Schools,  Churches, Industrial Facilities SAMPLING METHODS February…

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Bloodborne Pathogens, Hazard Communication, Control of Hazardous Energy (6 Safety Water or Wastewater Credits, 6 Journeyman & Master Plumber, Journeyman & Master Plumber-Restricted Appliance and Restricted Service, Commercial Plumbing Inspector)

May 14 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Lake Hallie Village Hall, 13136 30th Ave.
Chippewa Falls, WI United States
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BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS, HAZARD COMMUNICATION, CONTROL OF HAZARDOUS ENERGY (6 Safety Water or Wastewater Credits, 6 Journeyman & Master Plumber, Journeyman & Master Plumber-Restricted Appliance and Restricted Service, Commercial Plumbing Inspector) March 12, 2019 – WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way, Plover WI May 14, 2019 – Lake Hallie Village Hall, 13136 30th Avenue, Chippewa Falls WI This training class was designed for public workers and private industry who are exposed to bloodborne pathogens, chemicals and maintenance & servicing hazards. This…

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TREATMENT TACTICS (3 OTM/NN Credits)

May 16 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, WI 54467 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: chlorination, operation and maintenance of chlorine injection systems, general use of poly and ortho phosphates, softening, filters and well treatment techniques. We will also cover other factors affecting water quality in the distribution system that result in water complaints you’re your customers. WHO SHOULD ATTEND Other-Than-Municipal & Non-Transient/Non-Community Manufactured Housing Parks, Schools,  Churches, Industrial Facilities TREATMENT TACTICS February 13, 2019,…

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Wastewater Microbiology (6 Wastewater Credits)

May 16 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Medford Fire Department, 844 West Broadway Avenue
Medford, WI 54451 United States
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Wastewater Microbiology (6 Municipal Wastewater Credits) February 14, 2019 – WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way, Plover WI February 28, 2019 – Richland Center WW Treatment Facility, 29847 Hwy TB, Lone Rock WI April 11, 2019 – Hudson Public Utility Service Center, 1201 Livingston Rd, Hudson May 16, 2019 - Medford Fire Department, 844 West Broadway Avenue, Medford, WI 8:00        General process control 9:00        Protozoa-what they tell you about your plant 10:00     Gram staining and identifying filamentous organisms…

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SAMPLING METHODS (3 OTM/NN Credits)

May 16 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, WI 54467 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, RAD sampling, and Disinfection Byproducts. WHO SHOULD ATTEND Other-Than-Municipal & Non-Transient/Non-Community Manufactured Housing Parks, Schools,  Churches, Industrial Facilities SAMPLING METHODS February…

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TREATMENT TACTICS (3 OTM/NN Credits)

May 22 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am
North Fond du Lac Community Center, 280 Garfield St.
N. Fond du Lac, WI 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: chlorination, operation and maintenance of chlorine injection systems, general use of poly and ortho phosphates, softening, filters and well treatment techniques. We will also cover other factors affecting water quality in the distribution system that result in water complaints you’re your customers. WHO SHOULD ATTEND Other-Than-Municipal & Non-Transient/Non-Community Manufactured Housing Parks, Schools,  Churches, Industrial Facilities TREATMENT TACTICS February 13, 2019,…

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SAMPLING METHODS (3 OTM/NN Credits)

May 22 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
North Fond du Lac Community Center, 280 Garfield St.
N. Fond du Lac, WI 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, RAD sampling, and Disinfection Byproducts. WHO SHOULD ATTEND Other-Than-Municipal & Non-Transient/Non-Community Manufactured Housing Parks, Schools,  Churches, Industrial Facilities SAMPLING METHODS February…

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Wells & Pumps-Operations & Maintenance (6 Municipal Water Credits)

May 23 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Municipal Well & Pump, 1212 Storbeck Drive
Waupun, 53963 United States
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Wells & Pumps-Operations & Maintenance (6 Municipal Water Credits) 8:00 am – 3:00 pm MAY 23, 2019 - Municipal Well & Pump, 1212 Storbeck Drive, Waupun, WI 53963 Registration 7:30am to 8:00am Includes continental breakfast Session #1 – 8:00am to 9:00am Local Geological History & typical well designs in the Wisconsin Well site selection and drilling methods Session #2 – 9:00am to 10:30am Pump / Motor Maintenance & Repairs Hands on session various stations showing Pump and Motor rehab techniques…

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June 2019

TREATMENT TACTICS (3 OTM/NN Credits)

June 11 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Antigo High School, 1900 10th Avenue
Antigo, WI 54409 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: chlorination, operation and maintenance of chlorine injection systems, general use of poly and ortho phosphates, softening, filters and well treatment techniques. We will also cover other factors affecting water quality in the distribution system that result in water complaints you’re your customers. WHO SHOULD ATTEND Other-Than-Municipal & Non-Transient/Non-Community Manufactured Housing Parks, Schools,  Churches, Industrial Facilities TREATMENT TACTICS February 13, 2019,…

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Cross Connection Control Surveying (24 Municipal Water, Professional Engineers, Commercial Plumbing Inspector, Cross Connection Control Tester, Journeyman Plumber, Journeyman Plumber-Restricted Appliance, Master Plumber, Master Plumber-Restricted Appliance, UDC-Plumbing Inspector)

June 11 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, WI 54467 United States
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Cross Connection Control Surveys are required by the Wisconsin Administrative Code. Water utilities throughout Wisconsin are responsible for the surveys in their communities. This 24 hour class will give participants the core knowledge needed to begin conducting these surveys. TOPICS COVERED: • Regulations and legal responsibility • Cross Connections – How, Why and Where • Backflow preventer basics –What goes where • DSPS Plumbing Code -All relevant CCC chapters • Comprehensive Survey Forms Record Keeping • Safety Practices and Risk…

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SAMPLING METHODS (3 OTM/NN Credits)

June 11 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Antigo High School, 1900 10th Avenue
Antigo, WI 54409 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, RAD sampling, and Disinfection Byproducts. WHO SHOULD ATTEND Other-Than-Municipal & Non-Transient/Non-Community Manufactured Housing Parks, Schools,  Churches, Industrial Facilities SAMPLING METHODS February…

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TREATMENT TACTICS (3 OTM/NN Credits)

June 12 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Sparta School Admin. Building, 201 E Franklin Street
Sparta, WI 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: chlorination, operation and maintenance of chlorine injection systems, general use of poly and ortho phosphates, softening, filters and well treatment techniques. We will also cover other factors affecting water quality in the distribution system that result in water complaints you’re your customers. WHO SHOULD ATTEND Other-Than-Municipal & Non-Transient/Non-Community Manufactured Housing Parks, Schools,  Churches, Industrial Facilities TREATMENT TACTICS February 13, 2019,…

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Cross Connection Control Surveying (24 Municipal Water, Professional Engineers, Commercial Plumbing Inspector, Cross Connection Control Tester, Journeyman Plumber, Journeyman Plumber-Restricted Appliance, Master Plumber, Master Plumber-Restricted Appliance, UDC-Plumbing Inspector)

June 12 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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An event every day that begins at 8:00am, repeating until June 13, 2019

WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, WI 54467 United States
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Cross Connection Control Surveys are required by the Wisconsin Administrative Code. Water utilities throughout Wisconsin are responsible for the surveys in their communities. This 24 hour class will give participants the core knowledge needed to begin conducting these surveys. TOPICS COVERED: • Regulations and legal responsibility • Cross Connections – How, Why and Where • Backflow preventer basics –What goes where • DSPS Plumbing Code -All relevant CCC chapters • Comprehensive Survey Forms Record Keeping • Safety Practices and Risk…

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SAMPLING METHODS (3 OTM/NN Credits)

June 12 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Sparta School Admin. Building, 201 E Franklin Street
Sparta, WI 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, RAD sampling, and Disinfection Byproducts. WHO SHOULD ATTEND Other-Than-Municipal & Non-Transient/Non-Community Manufactured Housing Parks, Schools,  Churches, Industrial Facilities SAMPLING METHODS February…

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Cross Connection Control Surveying (24 Municipal Water, Professional Engineers, Commercial Plumbing Inspector, Cross Connection Control Tester, Journeyman Plumber, Journeyman Plumber-Restricted Appliance, Master Plumber, Master Plumber-Restricted Appliance, UDC-Plumbing Inspector)

June 13 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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An event every day that begins at 8:00am, repeating until June 13, 2019

WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, WI 54467 United States
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Cross Connection Control Surveys are required by the Wisconsin Administrative Code. Water utilities throughout Wisconsin are responsible for the surveys in their communities. This 24 hour class will give participants the core knowledge needed to begin conducting these surveys. TOPICS COVERED: • Regulations and legal responsibility • Cross Connections – How, Why and Where • Backflow preventer basics –What goes where • DSPS Plumbing Code -All relevant CCC chapters • Comprehensive Survey Forms Record Keeping • Safety Practices and Risk…

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Permit-Required Confined Space Entry (6 Municipal Water or Wastewater Safety Credits, 6 General Septage, 6 Journeyman & Master Plumber, Journeyman & Master Plumber-Restricted Appliance and Restricted Service)

June 19 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, WI 54467 United States
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PERMIT-REQUIRED CONFINED SPACE ENTRY TRAINING (6 Municipal Water or Wastewater Safety Credits, 6 General Septage, 6 Journeyman & Master Plumber, Journeyman & Master Plumber-Restricted Appliance and Restricted Service) April 16, 2019 – Lake Hallie Village Hall, 13136 30th Avenue, Chippewa Falls WI June 19, 2019 – WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way, Plover WI This training class was designed for entrants, attendants, supervisors, competent person and management personnel. Participants will be able to identify confined spaces, hazards, non-permit and permit-required…

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July 2019

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.

July 11 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, WI 54467 United States
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CROSS CONNECTION CONTROL ASSEMBLY TESTER REFRESHER WRWA is offering this class to all assembly testers in Wisconsin 6 Continuing Education Cross Connection Control Assembly Tester Credits, 6 Commercial & UDC Plumbing Inspector Cert., Journeyman & Master Plumber, Journeyman & Master Plumber-Restricted Appl. 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…

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August 2019

OTM/NN Water System Operator Certification Exam Review (4 OTM/NN Credits)

August 6 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way
Plover, WI 54467 United States
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WISCONSIN RURAL WATER ASSOCIATION PRESENTS  OTM / NN WATER SYSTEM OPERATOR CERTIFICATION EXAM REVIEW (4 OTM/NN  Credits) The room will open at 7:30 am with the class starting PROMPTLY at 8:00 am. The class will end at 12:00 pm. February 5, 2019 –     WRWA Tech Center, 351 Water Way, Plover, WI April 11, 2019 -            Cottage Grove Village Hall, 221 East Cottage Grove Rd, Cottage Grove, WI April 16, 2019 -            Spooner DNR Headquarters, 810 W Maple…

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October 2019

OTM/NN Water System Operator Certification Exam Review (4 OTM/NN Credits)

October 10 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Clean Water Center, 1990 Prospect Ct.
Appleton, WI United States
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WISCONSIN RURAL WATER ASSOCIATION PRESENTS  OTM / NN WATER SYSTEM OPERATOR CERTIFICATION EXAM REVIEW (4 OTM/NN  Credits) The room will open at 7:30 am with the class starting PROMPTLY at 8:00 am. The class will end at 12:00 pm. February 5, 2019 –     WRWA Tech Center, 351 Water Way, Plover, WI April 11, 2019 -            Cottage Grove Village Hall, 221 East Cottage Grove Rd, Cottage Grove, WI April 16, 2019 -            Spooner DNR Headquarters, 810 W Maple…

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OTM/NN Water System Operator Certification Exam Review (4 OTM/NN Credits)

October 15 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Jackson Water Department, W194 N16660 Eagle Drive
Jackson, WI 53037 United States
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WISCONSIN RURAL WATER ASSOCIATION PRESENTS  OTM / NN WATER SYSTEM OPERATOR CERTIFICATION EXAM REVIEW (4 OTM/NN  Credits) The room will open at 7:30 am with the class starting PROMPTLY at 8:00 am. The class will end at 12:00 pm. February 5, 2019 –     WRWA Tech Center, 351 Water Way, Plover, WI April 11, 2019 -            Cottage Grove Village Hall, 221 East Cottage Grove Rd, Cottage Grove, WI April 16, 2019 -            Spooner DNR Headquarters, 810 W Maple…

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