Training Opportunity for Water/Wastewater Professionals
Registration is open for a robust training program that offers contact hours and continuing education credits for professional staff of water supply and wastewater treatment plants. The TMACOG program is also valuable for professional engineers, public administrators, and others responsible for decision-making in the operation of public utilities. There is a discounted admission for TMACOG member governments and agencies.
“Field Training & Asset Management for Water and Wastewater Operators and Engineers” is Wednesday, May 9, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Grand Lobby of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Plaza in Toledo.
Speakers for the various presentations include representatives of the Employers’ Association, Ohio EPA, Stantec, Ohio Rural Community Assistance Program, USDA Rural Development, Wood County Engineer’s office, and Dmytryka Jacobs Engineers.
• Human Assets: How to manage and motivate your staff
• Asset Management: How to comply with Ohio EPA regulations
• Asset Management: How to take action
• GIS – Inventory of assets
• Financial assistance programs
• SCADA systems for water and wastewater treatment plants
• Field Demonstrations: Sewer and manhole assessment, hydrant inspection
Registration is available online now.
The registration fee is $40 for TMACOG members and $75 for non-TMACOG members. Attendees will be provided a light breakfast, lunch, and snacks, and will take home a flash drive with presentations. Operators and Professional Engineers will earn 6.0 contact hours. Space is limited to the first 100 paid registrants.
For more information contact TMACOG Water Quality Planner Kris Barnswell: 419.241.9155, ext. 1123 or email@example.com.