Wisconsin RCAP offers multiple training opportunities that include in-person classroom trainings and field days, webinar series, online self-paced trainings, and on-site trainings. Check back for available trainings.
In-Person Class Trainings
Field Day Training — Mauston, Wisconsin — June 5, 2019
Join us for a great day of hands-on training and field demonstrations focused on Distribution System Maintenance & Condition Assessment. Registration is $75 and includes lunch. Expected approval for 6 Municipal Waterworks credit.
Condition Assessments, Distribution System Infrastructure and Disinfection
Lac Du Flambeau, Wisconsin — June 13, 2019
Bowler, Wisconsin — June 19, 2019
This course explores selecting the Best Maintenance Practices to extend the life of your infrastructure, provides an overview of disinfection, covering free & combined chlorine doses & monitoring, then examines the distribution system including valves & cross connections, storage tanks,& hydrants. Applied for 4 hrs of Municipal Waterworks credit.
Water Audits & Non-Revenue Water — Weyerhaeuser, Wisconsin — June 18, 2019
Do you need experience with the water audit process?
This training covers the Water Audit section by section: Water Supplied, Authorized Consumption, Water Losses, System Data, Cost Data and the Grading Process.
Topics Covered Include: What is Water Loss, Benefits of Addressing Water Loss, and Apparent vs. Real Losses & Data Grading. Course Approved for 4 hours Municipal Waterworks CEU's.
Achieve & Maintain Compliance with SDWA - New Richmond,Wisconsin - June 25,2019
Topics include controlling lead & copper in drinking water, water system security and emergency response, coliform sample collection and a learning lab to monitor water quality. Participants will learn how to develop and implement an effective water quality monitoring strategy, collect water quality samples, and analyze and report sampling results.
Workshop In A Box — Sustainable Management of Rural Small Systems — Lake Nebagamon, Wisconsin — July 7, 2019; Bowler, WI - July 11, 2019
This workshop is built around ten key management areas of sustainable utility management that help utility and community leaders assess utility health, discuss potential community impacts, and prioritize future activities based on what is best for the utility and the community.