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GLRCAP Self-Paced Training

Self-paced instruction at RCAP provides an easy way to access the curriculum you need, when you need it. Review our course information via the web and set your own schedule for learning.



Why GLRCAP Training?

GLRCAP self-paced training provides instruction for water system operators, government officials and local administrators. If traveling for in-person training is not an option, consider the courses provided by GLRCAP. Instruction can be taken for class credit, or as a way to supplement your own in-house coursework.

How to use our self-paced platform

 

 

We are offing several courses ranging from one hour to three hours. All courses offer contact hours but 101 and 201, these offer no credit hours. Please click on the course you would like to learn more about after registering in ISPRING Portal.  

If you have any issues with these courses, please send an email to training@glcap.org.

Asset Management for Drinking Water Systems

This training will explain to administrators, council members, board members and operators the basics of establishing a rate of charge that incorporates a "full cost recovery" for their applicable water utility. The course explains how to research, forecast and construct a water rate of charge that not only covers standard O&M but includes all applicable set-aside escrows needed to maintain the utility well into the future.

Basics of Budgeting for Water Utility

This training will explain to administrators, council members, board members and operators the basics of establishing a rate of charge that incorporates a "full cost recovery" for their applicable water utility. The course explains how to research, forecast and construct a water rate of charge that not only covers standard O&M but includes all applicable set-aside escrows needed to maintain the utility well into the future.

Basics of Rate Setting

This training will explain to administrators, council members, board members and operators the basics of establishing a rate of charge that incorporates a "full cost recovery" for their applicable water utility. The course explains how to research, forecast and construct a water rate of charge that not only covers standard O&M but includes all applicable set-aside escrows needed to maintain the utility well into the future.

Improve and Exercise Your Contingency Plan

This training will explain to administrators, council members, board members and operators the basics of establishing a rate of charge that incorporates a "full cost recovery" for their applicable water utility. The course explains how to research, forecast and construct a water rate of charge that not only covers standard O&M but includes all applicable set-aside escrows needed to maintain the utility well into the future.

SOP's

This training will explain to administrators, council members, board members and operators the basics of establishing a rate of charge that incorporates a "full cost recovery" for their applicable water utility. The course explains how to research, forecast and construct a water rate of charge that not only covers standard O&M but includes all applicable set-aside escrows needed to maintain the utility well into the future.

101 Utility Management For Governing Boards

 

 

This training will explain to administrators, council members, board members and operators the basics of establishing a rate of charge that incorporates a "full cost recovery" for their applicable water utility. The course explains how to research, forecast and construct a water rate of charge that not only covers standard O&M but includes all applicable set-aside escrows needed to maintain the utility well into the future.

201 Financial Management For Governing Boards

 

 

This training will explain to administrators, council members, board members and operators the basics of establishing a rate of charge that incorporates a "full cost recovery" for their applicable water utility. The course explains how to research, forecast and construct a water rate of charge that not only covers standard O&M but includes all applicable set-aside escrows needed to maintain the utility well into the future.

Requirements for Course Credit

Important Information About Credit for OEPA Principal Forgiveness

In order to receive a certificate for attending, including those who need to complete the course for OEPA Principal Forgiveness awards, you must spend a minimum of 90 minutes reviewing each course (3 hours total for 101 and 201) and complete all exercises, pre and post-test questions.

We encourage all participants to watch the introductory video above to learn how to create a login and track their time spent in each course.

It is expected that an average participant may spend 2-3 hours reviewing all materials and you are welcome to take longer in this self-paced course. You are permitted to exit the course and return at any time. All cumulative time is automatically tracked and reported. 

These courses 101 and 201 have not been approved for contact hours for Ohio operators.

If you have any issues with these courses, please send an email to training@glcap.org.