Beginning Drinking Water
If you are beginning a career in the water field, this class will prepare you for certification testing as a Class C and D Public Water Supply Operator. This class will also serve as continuing education credits for Class A and B certificate holders. Subjects include:
• Well and distribution system operation and maintenance
• Basic water flow hydraulics
• Chemical dosage mathematics
• Environmental Protection Agency laws
• Chlorination and fluoridation
Following class, students are responsible for scheduling their own exam for the Drinking Water Operator Certificate through the Illinois EPA.
Instructor: Jason Upton
Books will be distributed on the first night of class. No additional fee.
11 Tuesdays February 12 – April 30 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
QC Campus Bldg. 1 – Rm 304 Tuition Fee $450
To register contact Toni Sierer, firstname.lastname@example.org, 309-796-5718, or register online. Register by Feb. 1, 2019
Wastewater (Sewage) Treatment
This course will help prepare you for the Class 3 and Class 4 wastewater operators’ state exam and IL EPA certification. Applicants must meet specific experience, education, and examination requirements in order to qualify for certification. You will earn three months of on-the-job credit by completing this class and gain confidence in your abilities as you take this first step in moving up in this vital field.
• Introduction to wastewater
• Collection systems
• Lift stations
• Flow measurement
• Stabilization ponds
• Sampling and laws governing treatment plants
Required textbook must be purchased at the Hawk’s Hub (the college bookstore) prior to first class. The textbook is the same book used for the Class 1 and 2 course: Operation of Wastewater Treatment Plants Seventh Edition.
Instructor: Lisa Perry
11 Thursdays February 21 – May 2 6:00 – 9:00 P.M.
QC Campus Bldg. 1 – Rm 303 Tuition Fee $425
To register contact Toni Sierer, email@example.com, 309-796-5718, or register online. Register by Feb. 12, 2019.
Refund Policy for Water Program Classes: Full refund will be granted when a student withdraws at least four business days prior to class start date by calling 309-796-5718.