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

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WISCONSIN RURAL WATER ASSOCIATION Presents

Water System Operations Basics (6 Municipal Water Credits per day)

Who should attend: Water System Operations Specialists, Those taking the WDNR Water System Operator Ground Water & Distributions Exams

October 26 – 29, 2020 – WRWA Technology Center, 351 Water Way, Plover, WI 54467

The room will open at 7:30 am with the class starting at 8:00 am. The class will run until 3:00 pm.

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 may be hands-on demonstrations of many of these components giving students an opportunity to better understand how they work.

Math Basics: This portion of the Basics training will cover the basics of math for water utility operators. Basic math concepts and rules will be discussed as well as common conversions, basic geometry, and example problems that are common to a Water utility operator

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  Water System Operations Basics (October 2020)