Water Distribution Operator Certification Exam Is Five Weeks Away

You might be up the creek without a paddle if you don't have MOST to help you prepare for the Water Distribution Operator Certification Exam.

You might be up the creek without a paddle if you don’t have MOST to help you prepare for the Water Distribution Operator Certification Exam.

This must be some kind of time-space warp!  Where is 2013 going?  Winter in California means rain, and we really haven’t seen that much so far.  Perhaps that’s skewing our perception of time elapsing?  But it is only perception.  The reality is that we are one week closer to the Water Distribution Operator certification exam.  That’s right: it’s now only five weeks until exam day on March 16.

How are your studies going?  Our preparations at MOST are a little behind schedule.  We plan to offer free to our Subscribers a practice exam.  We still need to update it to reflect the changes that the California Department of Public Health have made to the exam.  We expect to have that soon, and will announce its availability here in our blog.

While you’re waiting for that, don’t overlook the other tools that MOST offers to prepare for the exam: our Water Math DVD and our one-hour, online courses.  Several of you have purchased the DVD for the special, pre-exam price of only $50.  That offer is only good for another five weeks, so if  water math is your problem area, send us an email and we’ll rush it off to you.

There’s only five weeks left!  Get ready for the Water Distribution Operator certification exam!  And let MOST help you pass.

2 Responses to Water Distribution Operator Certification Exam Is Five Weeks Away

  1. avatar Randy Hopkins says:

    I would like to purchase the Water Math DVD.

    Also, do you know of any classes or instructors close to Fresno? I have been told there is an instructor in Merced. Do you have a name & contact info for this guy?

    • avatar MOST says:

      Randy:
      Thanks for your interest in MOST!
      I’m not aware of any instructors in the Fresno area. However, you can get all of your contact hours online at MOST or, if you need a 36-hour course (to satisfy the CDPH “specialized training class” requirement), you can get that online too from College of the Canyons, where I teach. See: http://www.canyons.edu for information.
      Steve McLean

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