Tuesday, December 9, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
NGWA, in collaboration with the Water Systems Council, has crafted a training program to nurture the troubleshooting and diagnostic skills of those who are new to the groundwater industry and enhance those of the seasoned water systems professional. The course will address these major areas:
- Water systems and components overview
- Proper selection and sizing of materials and components
- Diagnostics and troubleshooting
- Variable frequency drives (variable flow for constant pressure).
This class is especially recommended for those who may be taking a state licensure water systems exam or one of the NGWA Voluntary Certification Program exams on water systems. The experienced pump installer and water well contractor who seek the most current information and application of recent technologies will also benefit from attending.
All registered Expo attendees are eligible to attend this course; however, as seating is limited to 60 given the level of personal instruction offered, you must indicate your intent to do so when registering for the Expo and pay an additional nominal fee* to cover part of the costs of the instructional materials that will be furnished during the class. You are expected to attend the entire offering in order to receive a certificate of completion for continuing education credit.
Representative from various water systems companies that are members of Water Systems Council and NGWA will instruct the class.
*Fee is $35 on or before November 7 and $60 thereafter.