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RCAP Training

Water Audits: Four Part Series

Tuesday, February 6 | Virtual training

Day 1

Part 1: Preparation & Data Gathering

10:00 am -12:00 pm

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The learning objectives for this training is to provide you with knowledge to:

  • Understand the impacts of lost water on your utility system
  • Understand the need for water audits
  • Understand the data and steps necessary to conduct a successful water audit

This course will offer 2.0 O&M drinking water credit hours.

 

Part 2: Completing the M36

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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This training will discuss the necessary steps needed to complete the AWWA M36 Water Audit. You will be given the step-by-step screen-by-screen look at the AWWA software used to complete your audits.

This course will offer 2.0 O&M drinking water credit hours.

 

Wednesday, February 7 | Virtual training

Day 2

Part 3: Validating Your Findings

10:00 am -12:00 pm

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The learning objectives for this training is to provide you with knowledge to:

  • Understand the process for validating data in an M36 water audit
  • Understand the affects of metering systems on water audit results
  • Understand the process needed to improve water audit accuracy and reliability

This course will offer 2.0 O&M drinking water credit hours.

 

Part 4: After the Audit is Complete

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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This session will take you through the AWWA M36 Audit process from the beginning of data gathering through finding real losses in the distribution system.

This course will cover the different types and methods of leak detection including selecting the right equipment for a particular application.

A discussion regarding selecting and preparing for a contractor to perform leak detection activities will also be included in this training giving you the information needed to make informed decisions regarding handling your community's real water loss.

This course will offer 2.0 O&M drinking water credit hours.

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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