Very Small Water Distribution
Course Description: This 6-hour class is part of the Idaho Rural Water Association Apprenticeship Program with an open invitation for others operating a Very Small Drinking Water System or needing Continuing Education Units (CEUs) to attend.
• Drinking water distribution systems and operation and maintenance of pipes, valves, storage tanks, meters, pressure reduction valves, air relief valves and more.
NOTE: A very small operation specialist will be completing all the Idaho educational requirements for licensure by taking both the Very Small Drinking Water Treatment and Disinfection class and the Very Small Drinking Water Distribution class. (Does not include the work experience requirements as per IDAPA rules).
Instructor: Gary Sievers, Casey Fisher, and Rick Nansen, Idaho Rural Water Association
Manual: The California Rural Water Association sells the "Introduction to Small Water Systems - Student Manual" for $60. This manual is not required, but is the basis of the class and will be referred to during instruction.
CEUs Earned: 0.6 Drinking Water and Distribution
Cost: $120 Members/ $210 Non-Members
Time: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM MDT or 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM PDT
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Idaho Rural Water Association
Technical Training Center
6395 W Gowen Rd
Boise, ID 83709
Online: You will be sent the Zoom link in your confirmation email.
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