Training Options for Drinking Water Continuing Education
US EPA Training Opportunities & Free Webinars
- ASDWA Webinar Series on Implementation Tools & Best Practices for Lead Service Line Inventories & Lead Service Line Replacements
- IN AWWA CyberSecurity Training Workshops [PDF]
- U.S. EPA Water Resilience Workshops & Webinars
- RCAP: Lessons from the Field: Navigating PFA’s
- Creating Resilient Water Utilities Workshop Training Series
- Small Systems Monthly Webinar Series
- Releases to Sources of Drinking Water: Natural Occurrence & Resources to Identify Risks
- Revised Total Coliform Rule (RTCR) Level II Assessment Training
Groundwater & Well Care for Public Water Systems
- Online course via WaterOperator.org site.
- Alliance of Indiana Rural Water (AIRC)
- American Water Works Association, Indiana Section Inc. (AWWA)
- Indiana Water Environment Association (IWEA)
- Indiana Groundwater Association (IGWA)
- Indiana Rural Community Assistance Program (RCAP)
Many other organizations offer training that is approved by the State of Indiana for drinking water continuing education credit, as indicated in the following sampling:
- National Environmental Service Center (NESC):
- Provides technical assistance and information about drinking water, wastewater, environmental training, and solid waste management for small communities.
- American Water Works Association, National Site (AWWA):
- Safe water information resource.
- Indiana Water Environment Association (IWEA):
- The Indiana Water Environment Association is dedicated to preserving and protecting Indiana's waterways through educating our members and the citizens of Indiana about the importance of our water environment.