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 Export to Your Calendar 3/20/2018 to 3/20/2019
When: Distance Learning
Where: United States


Online registration is available until: 3/19/2019
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Course Introduction and Procedures

About this Course

This course is designed to provide a general overview of the different reuse options present within the State of Texas for municipal wastewater and the regulations that guide those operations. It is for the specific use of students taking courses offered by the Texas Section American Water Works Association.

This course includes the terminology that students will encounter while discussing reuse, the regulations that govern operation, differences between non-potable and potable reuse, and public outreach associated with successful programs.


Course Goal

Upon completion of this course, the student will have a better understanding of the basic concepts of reuse throughout the State of Texas and be positioned to advance their training within the water reuse field.


Target Audience

This course is designed for public works personnel and employees of Water and/or Wastewater Treatment facilities. 


Delivery Methods

Course delivery consists of student-oriented learning.


Course Pre-Requisites

None


Licensing Information

Participants will be issued 8 hours of licensing credit toward water and wastewater licensing by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) upon successful completion of this course.

Note: In accordance with the 30 TAC §30.28(p)(3)(c), distance learning courses repeated within the same renewal period will not receive training credit if the training uses the same performance-based assessment.


Participant Evaluation Strategy

The evaluation strategy for this course consists of successful completion of lesson projects and lesson exams.


Course Length

You will have a maximum time limit of six months to complete the course.

 

Administrative Instructions

Course Procedures

To progress steadily through this course you need to establish a regular study routine. For example, you may want to set aside a specific amount of time (one hour) each day for study.

The study material is divided into five Chapters. The time required to finish each chapter varies depending upon background and experience. The important thing is that you understand each lesson!

At the end of each lesson, you will find a Cover Sheet, a Project Sheet and the Chapter Examination along with the Examination Answer Sheet. The completed Cover Sheet, Project Sheet and Examination Answer Sheet are to be filled out by the student and sent to TAWWA for grading. A passing score of 70% is required on each chapter exam. 

Important Note:  the first chapter’s project sheets and exam are due within 30 days of the beginning date of the course. You have a maximum time limit of six months to complete the course. Your exams must be proctored. When selecting a proctor, please keep the following guidelines in mind:

  1. Your immediate supervisor should be your first choice for proctor.
  2. A proctor cannot be a spouse, family member, girlfriend or boyfriend, a fiancé, anyone related to you by marriage, or anyone residing in the same household.
  3. A proctor cannot be someone who is under your supervisory influence, or at equal supervisory level with the company.
  4. A proctor cannot be someone who is currently enrolled in this or any distance learning course offered by TEEX W/WW.
  5. In keeping with the above guidelines, some good examples of eligible proctors would be a licensed supervisor at work, your company’s training manager, a college proctor, or a certified clergy person.

Please be advised that if each of your exams are not proctored from the onset, you will not be eligible for the indicated TCEQ license credit hours.

You are your own teacher. How much you learn is up to you. The more you put into the program the more you will get out of it.

Summary of Procedure

A.     You

  • Read each Chapter
  • Print, Complete and Submit project sheets
  • Print, Complete and Submit examinations at the end of each Chapter
  • Print, Fill out and Submit Chapter cover sheet

Submit your Completed Chapter forms to:

Membership Education Division
TAWWA
P.O. Box 80150
Austin, TX 78708

B.     TAWWA

  • Grades and returns all material
  • Answers questions
  • Provides additional information

C.    Completion of Lesson

  • To complete this course, you must:
  • Make at least 70% on all examinations
  • Complete and submit project sheets

If you fail to pass and examination you will be sent a new examination with a request to resubmit.