March 2024 Trainings
Principles of Water Treatment - March 4 & 5, Lansing
This class covers conventional processes as well as the latest developments in water treatment processes. Also discussed are methods to control taste and odor, corrosion control, and the fundamentals of sampling.
Overview of Math and Hydraulics - March 4 & 5, Lansing
Did you know that math is the number one reason people don’t pass their water operator exam? This class can help. The key is getting reacquainted with the concepts and practice, practice, practice. This class starts with the basics and moves to the types of math word problems that a water operator uses regularly in the job and that will likely be on the 5, 4 and 3 level exams. The instructor will take you through the practice problems step by step. Small classes ensure you will get the help you need to master the concepts.
Principles of Cross Connections - March 4, Lansing
According to EGLE, cross connections continue to be an area of concern for many water supplies in Michigan. This class will provide easy-to-understand definitions and provide information that will help you understand your cross connections prevention program. Also covered are how to identify and correct cross connections.
Exam Prep Roundtable
Add a second day for Exam Prep Roundtable for a special rate of $99. Class is Wednesday, March 6. Need help preparing for an upcoming exam? Exam anxiety? Need to ask some specific questions? This one-day round table will provide some structured review, test taking strategies, and open time for Q&A with experienced water professionals. This course will not be eligible for CECs and is solely for test preparation.