Member $235 / Non-member $335
Online registration for this webinar closes on September 14.
This is an In-Person workshop in West Sacramento.
We have another class in Rancho Cucamonga
open for registration too.
When registering *other staff members, use the attendees name & email.
Email a manual paper-registration form to email@example.com - if the orange and blue
Online-Registration buttons are not visible below.
Education Workshop Registration Form.
1.Tools of the trade
2. Review of a little water works Math
3. Normal Routine Practice
4. Treatment Plant / Ground Water
5. Distribution O&M
6. Disinfection Review
7. Flushing / Valve Exercising
8. Getting your product to the customer!
Most of us have been through a lot of changes over the recent times…. Right? Maybe it’s time to establish some new routines.
This two-day workshop is a chance to network again with other water system operators and managers. Board Members of Water systems are welcome too! Join this workshop for a chance to review established operating practices, pick up a few great tools / learn new skills to help develop your own new routine, and cover the recommended / review required activities for each year.
If you're new to the water field or a seasoned professional, in this workshop you can learn and share a lot. Yes, we will be asking the attendees to conduct our group exercises as part of this workshop. After these exercises, we will be sharing the rooms ideas and concepts on how to handle usual and normal situations as well as the unexpected issues too. Spend a couple days to learn new concepts or to refresh how you view your water system and its operations.
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
1 Hour Lunch: 11:00-12:00;
Bring a lunch- or carpool to nearby restaurants/fast food/grocery.
September 28-29, 2021.
Earn up to 12.0 Contact Hours; depending on Sign-in and Sign-out times.
Instructor: Kevin Baughman
Kevin is a trainer with many years and varieties of experience in the water fields. He got his start in water by enlisting in the U.S. Navy at the age of 16 from Oklahoma to see the sea.
After Graduating Naval Nuclear Power Propulsion Engineering School, He served on both one of the oldest and then the newest Nuclear submarines the Navy had. While completing 10 years as an enlisted member of the submarine community he served as a plant operator, maintenance technician, and supervisor. After receiving his Honorable Discharge in 1992, Kevin worked as a plant electrician, instrumentation technician, and laboratory operator at a 40mgd conventional water treatment plant in Southern California.
At this time, Kevin became licensed as a California Water Treatment Plant Operator Grade (III) and a Distribution system Operator, Grade (III). He then moved to Hawaii and went to work for the County of Maui on the West Side as a Water Treatment Plant Operator. Kevin obtained his licenses as a Hawaii WTPO (IV) and DSO (IV). In 2004, he started working for RCAC as a Technical Assistance Provider in Hawaii. Here he became the first Drinking Water Circuit Rider for the small water systems of Hawaii. In this program, as Hawaii’s first Drinking Water Circuit Rider, he has provided technical, managerial, and financial capacity building assistance to the small public water systems of Hawaii since 2004. In July 2015, Kevin transferred to Nevada and became a Nevada Grade IV WTPO and DSO.
In 2021, Kevin returned to Maui and currently lives and works as a contract Drinking Water System operator and trainer, he currently rotates between Maui and Nevada.
Covid-19 note: Please follow the county health guideline.
Join AWWA and the CA-NV Section
Visit the Section's Membership page to download a membership application