Course Length: 60 Hours /5 Weeks / 6 CEUs*
Course Description: This class offers water treatment personnel a thorough discussion of various water treatment processes, their uses, characteristics, sizing and calculations for the same. This class is designed to teach the skills and knowledge that an operator at this level needs to know for his/her job. The orientation is to the basic functions and responsibilities of Level 2 operators at most water treatment plants, including those at medium to large-sized treatment operations. The Level 2 class builds upon the topics covered in Level 1, The basics focus on analysis and problem-solving for conventional treatment processes and introduce concepts for advanced treatment processes. This program takes into consideration the Association Board of Certification Need-to-Know Criteria for Level 2 water treatment operators, industry practices, and AWWA member criteria.
CA Students registering for this course can use the credits for Renewing Existing licenses only.The training credits cannot be used to sit for the exam to obtain a license.
Course Dates: September 9 - October 11, 2019
Learning Elements: Prerecorded presentations, online learning activities, videos, quizzes, discussion boards, weekly tests, and homework assignments.
* Minimum of 12 hours of online learning activities per week
* Ability to perform basic math calculations
* High school education
Ancillary Materials: Water Supply Operations Textbooks are recommended for this course. This set includes Water Treatment (grades 1-4) and Water Distribution (grades 1-4). Purchase these materials at a 40% discount when registering for the training. Also available are the chapter maps for the five textbooks:
WSO Water Treatment Content Map
WSO Water Distribution Content Map
CEUs: *You may be awarded CEUs/PDHs for AWWA education programs by your licensing agency. AWWA grants Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for this course at a rate of 1 CEU for 10 contact hours. It is the individual's responsibility, before registering for any continuing education credit program, to contact the appropriate licensing agency. AWWA recommends you confirm that the coursework is acceptable for continuing education credit toward the desired license and contact your licensing agency to learn about requirements for your certification.