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Confined Space Correspondence Class- 5 Water/Wastewater Contact Hours

Course Description:

This course covers: Duties of Authorized Entrants, Authorized Attendants and Entry Supervisor Conducting Hazard Analysis Non-Entry Rescue Emergency Services Hands-on training with equipment routinely used in confined space work.

 

How does this work?

  • A Packet will be mailed to you containing workbooks and quizzes.

  • Students will also be given instructions to go to a dropbox.

 

The Drop Box Will Contain:

  • Recordings of an instructor teaching from a PowerPoint slide shows.

  • Three videos to view. There will be exercises after you view the movies.

 

How do I get my contact hours? As soon as payment is received and submitted quizzes are graded with a 70% or more, we will submit a roster report.

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Pumps & Hydraulics - 6 Water/Wastewater Contact Hours

 

Course Description -

This course is based on PA DEP Training Module 9. The purpose of the course is to provide information relative to Basics of Pumps and Hydraulics.

 

Topics covered include:

  • Basic Hydraulics

  • Force, Pressure, and Head

  • Velocity and Flow Rate

  • Open Channel (Gravity) Flow

  • Energy Losses

  • Pressure Flow in Force Mains

  • Centrifugal Pumps

 

 How does this work?

  • A Packet will be mailed to you containing workbooks and quizzes.

  • Students will also be given instructions to go to a dropbox.

 

The Drop Box Will Contain:

Recordings of an instructor teaching from a PowerPoint slide show.

 

How do I get my contact hours? As soon as payment is received and submitted quizzes are graded with a 70% or more, we will submit a roster report.

 

Lubrication6 Water/Wastewater Contact Hours

Topics covered include:      

  • The purpose of lubrication and how it works

  • Selecting the right lubricant

  • How is oil applied to machine and what systems are used?    

  • How does oil get contaminated?

  • All about greases- purpose, advantages and disadvantages

  • Dry Bearings and Solid Lubrication and how do they work?

  • Sealing of Lubricants inside the machine

  • Why sample and test lubricants?

  • Lubricant Handling and Storage

  • Health Safety

Lubrication applies to all machinery used in water & wastewater treatment facilities.

How does this work?

  • A Packet will be mailed to you containing workbooks and quizzes.

  • Students will also be given instructions to go to a dropbox.

 

The Drop Box Will Contain:

Recordings of an instructor teaching from a PowerPoint slide show.

 

How do I get my contact hours? As soon as payment is received and submitted quizzes are graded with a 70% or more, we will submit a roster report.

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ALL ABOUT PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE: 6 W/WW CONTACT HOURS

Predictive Maintenance Techniques save money and time.  Machines last longer and there are less surprises.

 

Predictive Maintenance techniques such as:

  • Oil analysis

  • Vibration analysis

  • Ultrasonic

  • Thermography

 

Will be described and demonstrated during class.

 

We will discuss the cost /benefits of each technique and provide guidance as to which techniques should be performed at the plant versus hiring a specialist.

Maintenance applies to all machinery used in water & wastewater treatment facilities. 

How does this work?

  • A Packet will be mailed to you containing workbooks and quizzes.

  • Students will also be given instructions to go to a dropbox.

 

The Drop Box Will Contain:

Recordings of an instructor teaching from a PowerPoint slide show.

 

How do I get my contact hours? As soon as payment is received and submitted quizzes are graded with a 70% or more, we will submit a roster report.

Securing Water & Wastewater Correspondence Course- 5 Water/Wastewater Contact Hours

Course Description- Upon completion of this course, attendees will be able to:

 

  • Describe the importance of implementing security at treatment facilities

  • Discuss the regulations regarding security, identify critical assets, & identify potential threats.

  • Describe the process for protecting critical assets.

  • Describe ways to increase security using tools that deter, detect, delay and respond to threats.

  • Demonstrate the relationship between the tools.

  • Describe common vulnerability assessment elements.

  • Describe the assessment method of common vulnerability analysis templates.

  • Choose an appropriate vulnerability assessment template based on the characteristics of a treatment system.

  • Given a scenario/case-study, perform a vulnerability assessment using a threat and criticality matrix.

  • Identify countermeasures to reduce the threat or criticality of critical assets

  • Rank countermeasures on a cost benefit analysis.

  • Describe the importance of being prepared for facility emergencies, including but not limited to security threats.

  • Incorporate security issues into an existing emergency response plan.

 

 How does this work?

Students will receive all printed materials to read on their own. They will need to complete all unit tests and vulnerability assessments as assigned in the course reading.

 

How do I get my contact hours? As soon as payment is received and unit tests and vulnerability assessments are graded with a 70% or more, we will submit a roster report.

 

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Valves Correspondence Workshop6 Water/Wastewater Contact Hours

Course Description

This workshop will enhance your knowledge of valves used in the treatment plant, distribution and collection systems. Students will examine cut a-ways of pressure-reducing and other valves.  Topics covered include:

 

  • Introduction to valves

  • Shutoff and Flow Control Valves

  • Specialized Valves

  • Valve Boxes and Valve Vaults

  • Valve Operation

  • Valve Maintenance

  • Fire Hydrants

 

How does this work?

  • A Packet will be mailed to you containing workbooks and quizzes.

  • Students will also be given instructions to go to a dropbox.

 

The Drop Box Will Contain

  • Recordings of an instructor teaching from a PowerPoint slide shows.

 

How do I get my contact hours? As soon as payment is received and submitted quizzes are graded with a 70% or more, we will submit a roster report.

 

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Module 25:  Hypochlorite- 7 Water/Wastewater Contact Hours

Hypochlorites - sodium and calcium - are the most common form of disinfection used in water treatment.  This workshop focuses on the properties, uses, and feed equipment needed when disinfecting with hypochlorites.  Students will be introduced to the uses and properties of hypochlorites, chemical handling, regulatory requirements, and feed equipment.  Various mathematics principles will be addressed throughout the workshop including changing % concentrations, dosage/feed rates, chlorine demand/dose, and CT calculations.  The primary purpose of this workshop is to provide students with the necessary knowledge for the nongaseous hypochlorite (subclass 12) certification examination.

At the end of this training program students will be able to:

  • Summarize the uses and properties of hypochlorite

  • Describe the storage, handling and safety concerns when using hypochlorites

  • Complete dosage math, chlorine demand, and CT calculations for hypochlorite systems

  • Summarize hypochlorite feed equipment operation and maintenance

 

How does this work?

  • A Packet will be mailed to you containing workbooks and quizzes.

  • Students will also be given instructions to go to a dropbox.

 

The Drop Box Will Contain

  • Recordings of an instructor teaching from a PowerPoint slide shows.

 

How do I get my contact hours? As soon as payment is received and submitted quizzes are graded with a 70% or more, we will submit a roster report.

 

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