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H20 Know is a comprehensive online training and record-keeping program that delivers affordable, detailed content that allows you to earn, look up, and print your contact hour certificate anytime, anywhere! All water and wastewater continuing education classes have been designed to fulfill both the technical & safety renewal only requirements for all levels of water industry professionals. Start earning Contact Hours ASAP!
- Accessible 24/7, anywhere
- Earn up to 92 Technical and Safety Contact Hours
- Print Contact Hours Certificate anytime, anywhere
- Flexible, work at your own pace
- Take as many classes and as often as you need
- One year period starts on date of registration
- New classes are added on a regular basis (minimum of 3 new classes per year)
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The Division of Drinking Water (DDW) under the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB), California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and the Nevada Department of Environmental Protection(NDEP) recognize CA-NV Section as a provider of continuing education units and contact hours.
For additional information, please contact William Penn, Director of Educational Programs at email@example.com
or (909) 291-2116.
AWWA webinars include a panel of experts who deliver the most up-to-date information on timely topics. Typically they include a Q&A session so that you can also learn from your peers. If you are unable to attend the live webinar, the archived video is available to those who register for 30 days after the air-date. Annual subscriptions and group registrations are also available.
eLearning courses are one of the most efficient ways to learn - your schedule, your pace, and your place. Created by water professionals and experts in the industry, eLearning courses allow you to learn from the comfort of your own home or office. AWWA offers both self-paced and instructor-led online courses on technical and leadership topics. Take individual courses, purchase an Annual Subscription
, or enroll in a certificate program and go in-depth on a topic. Most courses are eligible for CE credits. See FAQ's
Safety Training on Streaming
Safety is a No. 1 priority that must be covered appropriately and regularly. Videos are an easy way to keep safety top-of-mind with your staff all year long—just present them throughout the year whenever you have the time.
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