For ACE21 All Virtual: Certificates of Completion were awarded for all sessions participated in-entirety during June 14-17, 2021. Please note that certificates are not the same as a state-approved operator CEUs. Licensed operators should visit this tab to learn more.
Certificates of Completion will suffice for most engineering licenses, however it is your responsibility to know the requirements of your unique situation. Each agency is different.
Instructions to access AWWA Certificates of Completion:
- Wait 30-60 days after a program, then access your AWWA account at www.awwa.org
- Login using your User Name and Password (or reset if forgotten)
- Click on your name/profile in the upper right of the screen
- Select 'My Transcripts' from the left-hand navigation menu
- Select 'Download Certificate'
If you are having problems with login, call 800.926.7337 for assistance. Please read the disclaimer at www.awwa.org/credits and allow 60 days certificate processing time.
Visit the ACE21 Continuing Education page for additional details and instructions.
Learn more about earning, calculating, and printing certificates.
For ACE21 Virtual, although the conference contained many virtual sessions, for Operator CEU purposes five (5) sessions (0.5 CEUs) contained the following elements to satisfy what many states require in an online training environment in order to monitor participation, attendance and engagement:
1. be presented live (online, but live in real-time. Not pre-recorded)
2. include quiz-style poll questions every 15-minues
3. include a survey at the end of the session
4. include opportunity for live Q&A with the speaker
5. include special instructions from the moderator: the moderator will advise the audience that all licensed operators should take the polls and the survey for their best chance at being awarded CEUs from their state agency.
The five (5) sessions included at ACE21 - All Virtual were:
VS1_10 Cost-Effective Pipe Retrofits for Smaller Systems
VS2_17 Managing Smaller Systems Like a PRO!
VS3_20 Prolonging the Useful Life of Distribution Valves
VS3_24 Affordable Water Treatment for Smaller Systems
VS4_16 Advanced Metering Infrastructure
Operator CE's for those five (5) sessions are pre-approved in the following states: Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maine, Minnesota, North Dakota, Nevada, New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania (2 credit hours max), Tennessee, Texas, Washington, Wyoming
Operator CE's are denied in the following states: Connecticut, North Carolina, Nebraska, New Jersey, Ohio
All other states are either pending or do not offer a training provider approval process.
Licensed operators should contact their licensing agencies in advance to determine eligibility. Due to great variances between states, AWWA will only apply for five (5) hours of operator licensing continuing education.
Please visit the www.awwa.org/credits to learn more about earning, calculating, and printing certificates.
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