ALEXANDRIA, Va. – The Water Environment Federation (WEF) has released a line of training tools to equip operators with 21st century wastewater treatment methods and practices. The series helps prepare operators for the first three levels of certification examinations and qualify for continuing education credits (CEUs).
The first publication in the series, "Wastewater Treatment Fundamentals I: Liquid Treatment," covers all aspects of liquid treatment processes. In addition to learning the basics of liquid treatment, operators will gain a thorough understanding of critical aspects of biological treatment, nutrient removal and disinfection. The book’s format provides a clear, easy-to-understand reference to the latest guidance on procedures to ensure compliance and equipment efficiency. "Wastewater Treatment Fundamentals II: Solids Handling and Support Systems" is expected to be published in 2019.
The peer-reviewed resources combine the expertise of hundreds of water quality professionals and align with the newest criteria from the Association of Boards of Certification. The products are in compliance with most state CEU requirements. The training is available in a combined print and online format (List Price: $219, Member Price: $159) or print-only (List Price: $139, Member Price: $99).
Highlights of the Wastewater Treatment Fundamentals series include:
- Easy-to-read format
- Detailed visuals and infographics
- Comprehensive math examples
- Practice questions for each module with lots of variety
Highlights of the online course include:
- Final exam and CEUs
- Immediate feedback on practice test questions
- Chapter-level practice tests (unlimited retakes) to prepare for final exam
- Explanatory videos
- Excellent topic and word searchability
- Accesible via mobile devices
For more information, or to order a copy, visit http://wef.org/WWTF.