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IT WAS A GREAT CONFERENCE!

 

Thank You  Exhibitors, Attendees, CRWA Board Members,

MVP and CRWA Staff for making the 2017, 36th Annual Conference &

Exhibition a big success! 

 

Exhibits Galore: 

  • State of the art equipment!
  • Best products and services in the industry!
  • Vendor Education Sessions!
  • Providing information to help water & wastewater systems!
  • Faris Machinery Equipment Display!

 

Training:

  • Water, Wastewater, Industrial, Distribution, Collection, xxManagement
  • Exam Prep! 
  • Regulations, Emergency Response, Laboratory, GPS/GIS, xxCompliance, Source Water,  111Energy Efficiency, Safety, xxGroundwater, Mathematics,  Rate Setting and more!

 

Events/Activities:

  • Water Taste Test!
  • Water PAC Games and Prizes!
  • Informative Meetings and Educational Sessions!
  • Delicious breakfast, lunches and banquet dinner!
  • Awards Banquet with recognition, prizes and a
    fun-filled evening xxwith the Mayberry Deputy!

 

 

                                         Looking forward to 2018!   

 

   
   
   
   
      

 


 

Sustainable Utility Management

 

May 25, 2017

 

11:00 pm MST

 

Everyone talks about the importance of sustainability these days.  But what does that word really mean for water and wastewater utilities?  The Workshop in a Box is a collaborative effort between USDA and USEPA.  The Workshop gives you the tools to assess your strengths and weaknesses using the Ten Attributes of Effectively Managed Utilities.  The Cliff Notes version of the Ten attributes can be found at http://www.watereum.org/resources/interactive-primer/ten-attributes.  We will discuss the attributes and walk you through any easy way to see your utility's strengths and weaknesses.  The webinar will also teach you how to develop an improvement plan and an action plan to address the weaknesses you identify.  All materials used in the webinar are available at http://www.rd.usda.gov/programs-services/services/sustainable-managementtools.

  

 

  


 

    

The Water University Certification Program educates, trains and

 empowers industry professionals to meet new standards.  

  

Water University is designed to recognize the professional educational

 achievements of individuals and to market their accomplishments and skills

 to increase the value of today's water professionals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SCHOLARSHIP

OPPORTUNITIES!

              The Colorado Rural Water Association will award

 up to five (5) college scholarships, in the amount of

$1,200 each, for the2017-2018 school term. 

The scholarships will be awarded to either enrolled

 college students or graduating high school seniors.

 

The scholarships will be awarded to children,

stepchildren or dependents of a full-time employee

of either an active System Member or of CRWA. 

These scholarship opportunities are made possible

 through CRWA member benefits funding and a

contribution from our Annual Conference Partner,

Faris Machinery. 

 

Application must be postmarked no later than

June 20, 2017, and mailed to:

CRWA

 176 W. Palmer Lake Drive

 Pueblo West, Colorado 81007

 

Please contact the CRWA office at 719-545-6748 if you

need  the application mailed, faxed or e-mailed to you or 

CLICK HERE to download the form and official rules.

 

 

 

 

The National Rural Water Association  announced on November 14, 2016, the creation of the NRWA Workforce Advancement Center!

 

To find out more about the WaterPro Apprenticeship Program:

 

CLICK HERE

 

Talking Points:  CLICK HERE 

 

 
 

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UPCOMING TRAINING

 

 

For 2016, CRWA trained 1,500 operators! 

That's 125 per month!

 

TRAINING AT A GLANCE 

 

     

DATE    

 

CLASS TITLE

 

 

CLASS LOCATION

 
  JUNE 
 1stHach Training:  Chlorine, Nitrates, PH, Alkalinity, Chloramines  Pueblo West 
 1st - 2nd

Certification Review 

Water & Wastewater

Rifle 
 15thChlorination & Chemical Feed Pumps, Regulatory Update and Operator Math Glenwood Springs 
 22ndValves & Instrumentation Gunnison 
  
SIGN UP EARLY!

Register Early!

Classes have been filling up quickly!

View Agendas & Locations

 

Use the information menu on OCPO's website to check

Exam Deadlines and Dates!

 

Would you like to printout a

Registration Form

 and either Fax, Mail or Email to us?

 

  

CRWA POLICIES

TRAINING REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT POLICY 

- Acceptable payment types: Check, credit card: Visa, MasterCard or Discover

- Invoicing is available with Purchase Orders only.

- Onsite (walk-in) registrations requires an additional fee of:

Members $20.00 and Non Members $40.00.

- CRWA reserves the right to cancel seminars due to low registration.

 

CANCELLATION POLICY

 

-Cancellation requests up to one week (calendar days) prior to training/seminar will be assessed a $10.00 Administration Fee.

- No refunds allowed less than seven (calendar days) prior to seminar date.

CERTIFICATE POLICY

 

- CRWA will provide one original Certificate.

- Additional training certificates requested will be charged the following fee:

USPS $10.00 or Email $5.00.