We were privileged to conduct a couple of days of on-site training for the crews at the City of Simi Valley this past week, and for Santa Clarita Water the previous week. So, we’re blaming our lack of blog posts on them! We’ll also be pretty light on posts over the next week due to three certification classes that we’re beginning on Monday. And you can join us for any — or all! — of these.
We will be teaching a 36-hour Introduction Water Distribution course for the California-Nevada Section of the American Water Works Association in Rancho Cucamonga all next week. If you intend to take the California Department of Public Health Water Distribution Operator exam next September 21, you need to complete such a course prior to the application deadline of July 1. This may be the only way to accomplish that, with so little time remaining! See:
The web site says the course is full, but there is still room. Just come to the CA-NV AWWA Section office on Monday morning — no later than our 7:30 a.m. starting time! — and we’ll get you signed up.
We are also beginning two Summer Session courses for the College of the Canyons in Santa Clarita, California, next week. You can still enroll in either or both. On Monday and Wednesday evenings for the next eight weeks, we will be teaching Water Mathematics I, Water-030. If you need to start at “Square One” in water math, this course is for you!
Our other course at COC is Advanced Water Distribution, Water-041. This is an online course, so you never need to come to class! We will have plenty of work for you to do, but it will be on your own schedule. So even if you don’t live anywhere near Santa Clarita, you can take this course. It is the second semester of Water Distribution, so you need to have completed a beginning course to be eligible for this one. But it’s the perfect opportunity to get that second course to qualify you for a D3 or T3 certificate. For COC enrollment information, see:
So we’ll be busy next week! We hope you can join us for one or more of these courses. Your attendance would be MOST welcome!