Free Course: Facilitating Compliance with America's Water Infrastructure Act (AWIA) – EL260
NEW! Corrosion Control Theory and Treatment Options – EL285
Risk and Resilience for Water & Wastewater Systems – EL262
EL252 Water Compliance and Enforcement
EL285 NEW! Corrosion Control Theory & Treatment Options
EL297 NEW! Drought Preparedness and Response: Developing a Water Shortage Plan
EL270 NEW! Facilitation Fundamentals for Public Service Leaders - Multiple Courses
EL260 Free Course: Facilitating Compliance with America's Water Infrastructure Act
EL261 Security Practices for Operations and Management
EL262 Risk and Resilience of Water and Wastewater Systems
EL263 Emergency Planning
EL264 Cybersecurity in the Water Sector
EL148 Introduction to the Utility
EL154 Physical Infrastructure Management Program
EL155 Water Supplies and Demand Management
EL208 Fire Hydrant Basics for Pressurized Water Systems
EL209 Sewer Collection Piping Systems and Appurtenances - Updated for 2021!
EL211 Flushing and Bacteriological Testing - Updated for 2021!
EL227 Backflow 1: Prevention and Cross-Connection Control - Updated for 2021!
EL228 Basic Math I and Chemistry I - Recently revised course!
EL229 Membrane Processes - Updated for 2021!
EL178 Revised Total Coliform Rule - Updated for 2021!
EL156 Establishing Leadership in the Organization
EL157 Planning the Utility
EL158 Building the Utility
EL159 Financing the Utility
EL149 Basic Supervision
EL151 Management Responsibilities
EL152 Management Styles
HTO1 High-Tech Operator Course 1
HTO2 High-Tech Operator Course 2 (HTO may be taken in any order)
HTO3 High-Tech Operator Course 3 (HTO may be taken in any order)
WTO1 Water Treatment Operator Level One
WTO2 Water Treatment Operator Level Two
WTO3 Water Treatment Operator Level Three
This certificate program will provide a foundation for supporting water utilities in the development of an all-hazards approach to risk and resilience management.
There are 6 courses included: Physical Infrastructure, Water Supplies & Demand, Establishing Leadership in the Organization, Planning the Utility, Building the Utility, Financing the Utility.