American Water Works Association (AWWA)

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American Water Works Association (AWWA) Training

  • Continuing Education (CE) Credits

    Continuing Education (CE) Credits

    Continuing Education is required to renew most professional licenses. States and provinces use different labels and have varying approval criteria. AWWA provides Certificates of Completion representing CEUs, which can then be converted to a variety of units. You must verify requirements with your state licensing agency prior to registering and receiving credit for your trainings.

  • eLearning Courses

  • Facilitating Compliance with America`s Water Infrastructure Act of 2018 - EL260

    Facilitating Compliance with America`s Water Infrastructure Act of 2018 - EL260

    This complimentary course defines the AWIA requirements for community water systems and introduces all utilities to the standards and resources designed to improve resiliency and manage risks for all-hazards. After learning how to comply with the AWIA mandate, course participants will understand how existing standards and resources can be applied by utilities to lower risk and fortify their resilience.

  • Security Practices for Operations and Management | EL261

    Security Practices for Operations and Management | EL261

    This course demonstrates how water and wastewater utility participants can integrate security and preparedness into the culture of their organization. Through an understanding of the elements of a risk and resilience management strategy that are based on the AWWA G430 standard, utility participants will be able to apply these elements to their own organization. The course also provides examples of best practices for all-hazards risk and resilience...

  • Emergency Planning | EL263

    Emergency Planning | EL263

    This course provides an overview of emergency preparedness, response planning, ANSI/AWWA G440 Emergency Preparedness Practices and M19 Emergency Planning for Water and Wastewater Utilities. This course will equip water and wastewater utilities to apply the content of these standards along with other current industry best practices, to develop an emergency preparedness program, as well as an Emergency Response Plan (ERP), that improve resiliency while...

  • Risk and Resilience for Water & Wastewater Systems - EL262

    Risk and Resilience for Water & Wastewater Systems - EL262

    This course will provide participants with an awareness-level understanding of the J100 Standard for Risk and Resilience Management of Water and Wastewater Systems (J100) and how it can be used to improve resilience at any utility, as well as support the statutory mandate for community water systems described in America’s Water Infrastructure Act (AWIA) of 2018 (P.L. 115-270).

  • Certificate Programs

    Certificate Programs are bundles of courses that allow the learner to dive deeper into a specific topic. See our latest certificate programs below or in the full course catalog.

  • AWWA Utility Risk & Resilience Certificate Program

    AWWA Utility Risk & Resilience Certificate Program

    America’s Water Infrastructure Act of 2018 (AWIA) requires community water systems serving 3,300 or more persons to conduct a risk and resilience assessment and develop an emergency response plan that must be actively updated every five years.

  • Customer Service Certificate Program

    Customer Service Certificate Program

    This program provides your organization with the tools to complete on-site, face-to-face training on customer service for any number of employees.

  • Infrastructure Management Certificate Program

    Infrastructure Management Certificate Program

    There are 6 courses included: Physical Infrastructure, Water Supplies & Demand, Establishing Leadership in the Organization, Planning the Utility, Building the Utility, Financing the Utility.

  • Resources for Small Systems

  • Safe Drinking Water Act Compliance Training

    Safe Drinking Water Act Compliance Training

    These courses are made possible through an USEPA grant for small systems training in conjunction with AWWA's training partner, the Rural Community Assistance Partnership (RCAP).

  • Additional Free Small Systems Training

    Additional Free Small Systems Training

    To access these FREE courses, please follow these steps: To access these courses, please follow these steps:. Login to your AWWA Account. Select Your Name in the top right of the page to go to My Account. Click on My Courses in the left-hand menu. Option A:If you have not accessed previously, under Small Systems Course Access, Enter Code: SMSYS20. Click Redeem and then ‘Go'.. Option B: If the system indicates ‘Error: You have already used...

  • AWWA Online Course

  • High-Tech Operator Course 1 - Fall 2020

    High-Tech Operator Course 1 - Fall 2020

    Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) has forever altered the way utilities conduct business. A single operator can control treatment, storage, system pressure, and other vital functions through a single-linked computer network. The course begins with an overview of device symbols, including how they are used to represent systems and how those symbols relate to real-world devices. Discover how a SCADA system connects to sensors,...

  • Water Treatment Operator Level 2 - Fall 2020

    Water Treatment Operator Level 2 - Fall 2020

    This course introduces attendees to source water treatment processes. You will learn the uses, characteristics and calculations for various water treatment processes. This is an online instructor-facilitated class. You may structure the course to your own schedule but will be required to complete the course by a specific deadline and will submit homework to the instructor by given due...

  • High-Tech Operator Course 2 - Fall 2020

    High-Tech Operator Course 2 - Fall 2020

    This course provides attendees with an overview of the technologies available to track, monitor, and maintain equipment and to represent, locate, and communicate with remote facilities and equipment. In this course, you will gain an understanding of equipment drawings, data, and information. There will be a focus on Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS), Geographic Information System (GIS), and Global Positioning System (GPS)....

  • Water Treatment Operator Level 3 - Fall 2020

    Water Treatment Operator Level 3 - Fall 2020

    This course introduces water operations personnel to various analyses and applications of key water treatment processes and operations. The course curriculum is representative of the basic functions and responsibilities of Level 3 operators at most water treatment plants. The course builds upon the Level 2 course by focusing on troubleshooting of operational problems along with analysis of conventional and advanced treatment processes. This course...

  • High-Tech Operator Course 3 - Fall 2020

    High-Tech Operator Course 3 - Fall 2020

    This course focuses on data management and provides attendees with an overview of information management technologies, system interfaces, network components, dashboards, and report generation. You will discuss and compare management systems, applications for collecting and managing performance data, and methods available for securely storing information online. This course takes into consideration the Association Board of Certification...

  • More Popular Courses

  • Water Compliance and Enforcement – EL252

    Water Compliance and Enforcement – EL252

    This course highlights the importance of compliance with USEPA federal drinking water regulations while detailing the risks of non-compliance. Attendees will discover actionable strategies to improve awareness at the operational and management level.

  • Cybersecurity in the Water Sector - EL264

    Cybersecurity in the Water Sector - EL264

    This course is designed to provide water sector cybersecurity risk management training to the water sector. This course is also designed to teach participants how to use the AWWA Water Sector Cybersecurity Risk Management Tool (the Tool).