Learn from all of AWWA’s 2019 webinars and get a grasp on some of the most important topics in the water industry. This bundle includes insights from industry leaders on everything from water loss fundamentals to source water protection and potable reuse. See below for a complete list of the 2019 webinars.
- Farm Bill: Agricultural Conservation Programs Address Source Water Concerns
- Measuring the Success of Your Asset Management Program
- Approaches for Developing a Water Conservation and Efficiency Plan
- Introduction to Design-Build for Water Projects
- Keep Your Hydraulic Model Fresh with Integrated Data
- Effective Strategic Planning for Utility Management
- Innovative Funding & Financing Strategies: Turning Critical Needs in the Water Sector Into Successfully Completed Projects
- Water Loss Control from Source to Tap: Metering Essentials
- Succession Planning: It’s Easier Than You Think
- Free Resources for Rural Small Systems to Identify and Secure Funding for System Improvements
- Maintaining your Utility’s Financial Health – Using Rates and Fees to Ensure Long-Term Success
- Water Main Condition Assessment Methods
- Improving Distribution System Water Quality Through Modeling
- Proactive Approaches to Optimize Well Field Management
- Insights to Potable Reuse and Microbial Risks
- Every Drop Counts: The Path to Reducing Non-Revenue Water
- Community Engineering Corps—What’s in My Backyard?
- Proposed Lead and Copper Rule Revisions– What could it mean for water systems?
- 2019 Regulatory Update
CONTINUING EDUCATION INFORMATION:
Some states accept webinars for continuing education. Please note that although AWWA may apply for approval, this does not guarantee that your agency will award you credit. It is the individual's responsibility, before registering for any education program, to contact his/her licensing agency: 1. To confirm that the education program is acceptable for continuing education credit towards your particular license; and 2. To confirm what you need to submit for credit approval. You must contact your specific licensing agency for details.
AWWA recommends that you:
- Contact the agency 30 days prior to attending training
- Ask your agency about its relevancy criteria
- Find out what credit the agency approves
- Find out what you need to do in order to receive credit
- Find out whether you must submit an application prior to attending or submit handouts, etc., after training