Fall Education Schedule

Welcome to the 2018 CTAWWA Fall Training Schedule  

The classes listed below are for the Fall 2018 semester. The CTAWWA Education Committee is committed to providing comprehensive up-to-date training for our members.  We appreciate your continued support and encourage you to participate in courses offered by CTAWWA as well as those done in partnership with the New England Water Works Association (NEWWA).

If you have questions or comments, please contact: Peter Grabowski at 413-572-3234; [email protected], Scott Bonett at 860-257-1067; [email protected] or Romana Longo 860-604-8996; [email protected]

COURSES PRESENTED BY CTAWWA 

The courses listed below are sponsored by the Connecticut Section of the American Wa­ter Works Association. You can register online using credit card. NEWWA does not accept registration for these classes.  Download the CTAWWA Registration Form here.  Register online for CTAWWA courses here.

Registration fee includes all course materials, breaks, lunch (excluding half-day courses), CEUs and CEU Certificate. All courses are approved for CT Certified Drinking Water Operator Training Renewal Requirements. Distribution (D), Treatment (T), or combined (T&D) applicability is listed for each course. Enrollment is limited; please register for courses early.

CTAWWA Sustainability Workshop

Course Date: September 24, 2018                                                                                                                                                            Location: Saint Clements Castle, Portland CT                                                                                                                                           Time: 8:30 am-4:00 pm                                                                                                                                                                             CEU: TBD

Course Description: This workshop will convene stakeholders from the water utility sector, health departments and local governments as well as subject matter experts for the purpose of examining innovative practices and strategies for effective rate-making and water conservation programs. Examples of utility water-saving programs along with lessons learned that some water utilities both large and small have already adopted will be presented and discussed. Participants will gain a broader understanding of the State Water Plan on Water Conservation, Drought Planning and Workforce development. The workshop is sponsored by the CTAWWA and supported by DPH, PURA, Lower River Council of Governments, CWWA, COST, DEEP, CCM, among others.

Registration Fee: $80.00

CONTROL VALVE OPERATION & TROUBLESHOOTING

Course Date: November 7, 2018                                                                                                                                                        Location: Bristol Water Treatment Plant                                                                                                                                               Time: 9:00 am-12:30 pm                                                                                                                                                                        TCH: 3 TCH (DPH approval pending)

Course Description: Control valves provide a many useful functions for system control of flow and pressure, as well as tank control and turnover. These valves operate hydraulically, or electronically.  To understand how to troubleshoot them for maintenance it is critical to understand the basic operation of them.  The following topics will be handled in this course:

1.    Pascal’s Principle and Basic Hydraulics to control valve operation

2.    Understanding the operation of an On/Off Control Valve, and identify the components necessary for its operation.

3.    Understanding the operation of a modulation valve, and identify the components necessary for its operation.

4.    Identify the major components of a Pressure Reducing Valve and troubleshoot its operation.

5.    Identify the major components of a Pressure Relief Valve and troubleshoot its operation.

6.    Identify the major components of an Altitude Valve and troubleshoot its operation.

7.    Identify the major component of a Pump Control Valve and troubleshoot its operation.

Registration Fee: CTAWWA Members: $140.00; Non-Members: $190.00

WATER QUALITY & TREATMENT SYMPOSIUM

Course Date: Novemeber 29, 2018                                                                                                                                                           Location: Norwich Spa and Inn                                                                                                                                                                 Time: 8:00 am-4:00 pm                                                                                                                                                                             TCH: 6 TCH (DPH approval pending)

Registration Fee: CTAWWA Members: $190.00; Non-Members: $240.00

Download CTAWWA REGISTRATION FORM
or register online for CTAWWA courses here 

PARTNERSHIP COURSES WITH NEWWA

The following courses are offered in partnership with the New England Water Works Association, a section of the American Water Works Association.

To register for these courses, call NEWWA at (508) 893-7979, or visit the website at www.newwa.org.  CTAWWA cannot accept registration for these classes. Please download the NEWWA registration form here.

Registration fee includes all course materials, breaks, lunch (excluding half-day courses), CEUs and CEU Certificate. All courses are approved for CT Certified Drinking Water Operator Training Renewal Requirements. Distribution (D), Treatment (T), or combined (T&D) applicability is listed for each course.

Enrollment is limited; please register for courses early.

 

Registration Fee: CTAWWA Members: $190.00; Non-Members: $240.00

Operational Control of Coagulation and Filtration Treatment Processes      

Course Code: TTP319AC
Date: Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Location:  Bristol Water Treatment Plant
Time: 9:00 am – 12:30 pm
CEU: 0.3 CEU
Applicable for Treatment (T)

Course Description: Meeting current water quality treatment objectives will require a thorough understanding of the evaluation, control, and optimization of coagulation and filtration processes. This course will familiarize attendees with the chemical and physical aspects of creating appropriate and efficient coagulation and floc formation to allow for successful particle removal in untreated drinking water. A discussion of jar testing procedures and how the jar test can be used as a process control tool will be included as well. A major focus will be made on how to apply all processes directly to real-world situations. 

Registration Fee: CTAWWA Members: $140.00; Non-Members: $190.00

 


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