California Onsite Water Association Offers Remote Class for CEUs

Enrollment is open for the brand-new Greywater Fundamentals course until Sept. 13

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The California Onsite Water Association has taken a break from its normal CEU training courses to comply with COVID-19 social distancing requirements, but the association has been working to bring remote training opportunities.

“We are pleased to introduce the brand-new Greywater Fundamentals course developed in cooperation with Greywater Action,” says Sean Hembree, COWA resource coordinator. “Roughly half of indoor water can be safely recycled for onsite irrigation. Understanding graywater opportunities and risks is an important component of site assessment, system design and implementation for California’s water resource.”

Enrollment for this remote training course began Aug. 24 and will close Sept. 13. The first section covers a general overview of graywater principles. The second section is designed for regulatory and service provider professionals and covers system code requirements and additional resources. The full course description and registration can be found on Greywater Action's website.

Attendees may progress at their own pace within the enrollment term. All lessons, forums, quizzes and final exam must be completed to qualify for CEUs. The course will provide 12 contact hours.  

“To celebrate the introduction of this new curriculum, we will be offering the course to everyone at the member discounted rate,” Hembree says. “In addition to this new course, COWA is also working to adapt our existing training material to remote-access equivalents. We will bring these courses to you as soon as they are ready.”


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