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Training opportunities for operators, administrators, board members, elected/appointed officials and utility staff.

 

We offer on-line and in-person trainings.

 

SPECIAL NEEDS: If you have special needs addressed by the Americans with Disabilities Act, please notify GLCAP at 419-333-6074  or vjvanfleet@glcap.org at least three weeks prior to each workshop you are attending, so that we may make accommodations for you.

GLCAP is an equal opportunity provider and employer and does not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities.

 

 

For the best online experience, please join us on a stand-alone computer.  If you use a phone or a tablet, you must download the WebEx app to your device.  To download the desktop app, go to:  https://www.webex.com/downloads.html.

Regional Collaboration

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Tuesday, June 7, 2022 9:00 am 11:15 am CST

Tuesday, September 6, 2022 9:00 am 11:15 am CST

Systems will learn about the ways in which they can use regionalization as tool to build technical, managerial, and financial capacity. Materials covered will include: the fundamentals of regionalization, what the process can look like, key data metrics, multiple case studies, and useful tools/resources.

This training has been applied to offer 2 Municipal Waterworks or Wastewater credits.

This training was funded and/or carried out as part of the EPA/RCAP Training/Technical Assistance for Small Public Water Systems to Achieve and Maintain Compliance.

Contaminants of Concern: Manganese & PFAs

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June 14, 2022 9:00 am-11:15 am CST

This online training provides an overview of Manganese, its properties, and why they are a concern for water systems. Topics covered in the workshop include what it is, where it’s found, indicators, regulations, troubleshooting and resources. The purpose is to provide a general knowledge of Manganese.

This training will also cover PFAs. PFAS contaminants are an emerging concern across the country, and continuing studies are identifying potential health risks associated with these chemicals. This lesson examines the origin, the concerns, and provides information for small systems about protecting public health.

This training has been applied to offer 2 Municipal Waterworks Credits

This training was funded and/or carried out as part of the EPA/RCAP Training/Technical Assistance for Small Public Water Systems to Achieve and Maintain Compliance.

Contaminants of Concern: Manganese & PFAs

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January 24, 2023 9:00 am-11:15 am CST

This online training provides an overview of Manganese, its properties, and why they are a concern for water systems. Topics covered in the workshop include what it is, where it’s found, indicators, regulations, troubleshooting and resources. The purpose is to provide a general knowledge of Manganese.

This training will also cover PFAs. PFAS contaminants are an emerging concern across the country, and continuing studies are identifying potential health risks associated with these chemicals. This lesson examines the origin, the concerns, and provides information for small systems about protecting public health.

This training has been applied to offer 2 Municipal Waterworks Credits

This training was funded and/or carried out as part of the EPA/RCAP Training/Technical Assistance for Small Public Water Systems to Achieve and Maintain Compliance.

Learning Lab: Water Quality Monitoring

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October 4, 2022: 8:00 am - 12:30 pm

Mauston Public Works Department

1260 North Road Mauston, WI 53948

Registration: 8:00 am

Training: 8:15 am - 12:30 pm

During this four-hour, hands-on course, participants will:

  • practice collecting samples for several water quality parameters, including free and total chlorine, and total coliform bacteria. 
  • learn about the advantages of chlorine residual mapping.
  • discuss the appropriate follow-up options that may be necessary to address water quality issues such as main breaks and other challenges.

This training has been applied for 4 Municipal Waterworks Credits.

This training was funded and/or carried out as part of the EPA/RCAP Training/Technical Assistance for Small Public Water Systems to Achieve and Maintain Compliance.

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