Upcoming Training Opportunity in New York State for WWTP Operators

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Upcoming Training Opportunity in New York State for Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators

New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) will be conducting three courses across New York State in April through June 2020. Please see the attachments for more information on the courses, including the cost and how to sign up.

Train-the-Trainer

Wednesday - Thursday, April 29 - 30, 2020
Hazen & Sawyer, White Plains, NY
8:30AM - 3:30PM Daily. Sign-in begins at 8:00AM.

With the rapidly changing technology in our field and the ever-present need to prepare operators to qualify for and pass certification exams, quality training for water and wastewater professionals has never been more important. This program is designed for environmental professionals who are responsible for developing and delivering training programs for water and wastewater operators.

Participants will gain an understanding of the basic characteristics of adult learners, the ways to overcome resistance to learning, and the instructor’s role in the success of the training experience. We will look at what the training needs of our workforce are, and what material is available to help create effective training sessions. Participants will learn how to design and develop a training program, present material to an audience, create a learning environment that is conducive to learning, and lead a training session with greater confidence and credibility.

Pretreatment & Pollution Prevention of Brewery Discharges

Tuesday, May 12, 2020
Washington County Municipal Center, Bldg B, Fort Edward, NY
8:30AM - 3:30PM, sign-in begins at 8:00AM

The discharge of untreated high-strength wastewater from breweries and similar industries can have significant impacts on municipal wastewater facilities if not properly controlled at the source. This class discusses brewery processes and associated pollutants, pollution prevention opportunities, and pretreatment requirements for brewery discharges.

The class emphasizes working with local breweries to ensure that brewery discharges do not violate pretreatment standards, and to prevent potential impacts from these industrial dischargers.

Operation & Maintenance of Collection System

(Followed by Optional NYWEA Exam)
Monday - Wednesday, June 23 - 25, 2020
Hazen & Sawyer, White Plains, NY
8:30AM - 3:30PM Daily. Sign-in Begins at 8:00AM.

Communities must properly manage, operate, and maintain wastewater collection systems to prevent sanitary sewer overflows, contamination of groundwater, and the spread of waterborne diseases. In this two-and-a-half day course, participants will receive basic to intermediate instruction in all aspects of collection system O&M.

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