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Jacksonville Reclaimed Water Field Inspector

When:
Monday, June 25, 2018, 8:00 AM until Friday, June 29, 2018, 5:00 PM
Where:
The City of Jacksonville
6674 Commonwealth Avenue
Jacksonville, FL  32254
Contact:
Shirley Reaves
(321) 383-9690
Category:
Training - State
Registration is required by June 25, 2018
Payment In Advance Or At Event
Registration cancellations will be accepted
Capacity:
20
Available Slots:
17
Registrants & Fees
$350.00
$380.00
$80.00
Reclaimed Water Field Inspector

The FW&PCOA has designed this voluntary certification course for reclaimed water application site inspectors. The 32-hour course examines Chapter 62-610, Florida Administrative Code; residential, agricultural, commercial and industrial reuse and associated site inspections; problems that may be encountered during inspections; hydrological cycle, thermal expansion and backflow prevention; cross-connection control; field tests for reclaimed water; “hands-on” field inspection of a residential reuse site; and certification examination. Students who successfully complete the course and exam will receive certification from the FW&PCOA as a Reclaimed Water Field Site Inspector.
 
After registering online, please complete the form below and return to: 

FW&PCOA Training Office 
Shirley Reaves
4401 S. Hopkins Ave. Suite 108
Titusville, FL 32780
training@fwpcoa.org
Phone (321) 383-9690



If you are a member of the FW&PCOA, please log-in before registering on-line for a course.  If you are not a member of the association and want to avoid paying repetitive non-member tuition fees, including non-refundable convenience fees charged by ClubExpress, please consider first becoming a member by signing up and paying the annual membership dues of $30.  By becoming an annual member, you will pay the member rate for all FW&PCOA training programs for one year and will receive a 12-month subscription to the Florida Water Resources Journal.