We just developed a new course for our Advanced Water Distribution course at College of the Canyons, and it is now available to you here at MOST. It is course WQ-3, Secondary Standards. Like all of our courses here at MOST, it is approximately one hour long, and it qualifies as one hour of continuing education credit — or “contact hours” in California — toward the renewal of your Water Treatment Operator and Water Distribution Operator certifications.
As with all of our courses, to earn your certificate of completion, you need to click on “Courses” at the top of the MOST home page, then scroll though our offerings to find the course you want, then click on “Add to Cart.” Then follow the instructions to pay the $10.00 for the course through PayPal.
Once you have purchased the course, go to “My Courses” and click on the link to view the one-hour video. When the video is complete, return to “My Courses,” and click on the “Print Certificate” link.
Yes, it is that simple! And that is why we are the MOST convenient and economical way to get the continuing education you need to renew your Water Treatment Operator and Water Distribution Operator certifications.
And an important deadline approaches: Monday is the last day to submit your application for the September 21 Water Distribution Operator certification exam here in California. The rules require your application to be post-marked by July 1. So even if you have done nothing to get your application ready, you still have time. The exam application is a very simple, two-page form. You can find the “Distribution Exam Application” link near the bottom of this page:
Complete the form, include your check, and get it in the mail no later than Monday! If you don’t have all the supporting documentation — such as official college transcripts — submit your application anyway! The folks at the Operator Certification Program will usually accept your application, and give you a couple more weeks to send them any missing documentation. But they absolutely won’t accept your application if it’s late! So don’t miss this deadline, or you’ll be doing this all over again in six months!