One of the things we like to crow about here at MOST is that we have been teaching water courses at community college since 1989. There’s something the “Johnny-come-lately’s” to online Operator training can’t say. The college with which we have been affiliated is the College of the Canyons in Santa Clarita, California. And now, no matter where you live, you can attend one of our courses.
Beginning on February 10 — just one week away — we will be teaching a course in Water Quality. It is WATER-035, and it is worth 3.0 units of college credit. As such, it will qualify as a “Supplemental Course” to advance your Water Treatment and Water Distribution Operator certification. And it’s also worth 36 hours of continuing education/contact hours credit toward license renewal.
WATER-035 is a full semester course, ending the first week of June, and you will listen to our lectures, review some relevant web sites, participate in some online discussions, and complete a quiz each week (plus a Midterm Exam and a Final Exam). It’s a real course, but you can come when you want, dress how you like, eat during class, and you don’t have to circle the parking lot searching for an open space. And you get the same college credit at the same low California Community College price as the poor guys that are still looking for a parking spot.
Please join us if this sounds good to you. Go to the College of the Canyons web site for more information and to enroll at:
Sign up as soon as you can, because the course roster is almost full. We hope to “see” you online next week.