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Navajo EPA-Public Water System Supervision
Program reserves the right to cancel or reschedule
any training due to lack of enrollment or funds. ALL
trainings are FREE, unless indicated by the trainer.

All Navajo Nation Water System Operators are encouraged to attend these workshops. Earn Professional Development Hours (PDHs) from either a training or workshop to maintain your operator certification. NOTE: Navajo PWSSP does not
reimburse trainees for their travel (i.e. meals, mileage, lodging). The trainee is responsible for their
own travel expenses.
For all free workshops and training classes, please contact
Valerie Tannie at (928) 871-7757 and/or fax your training
registration forms to 928-871-7818.

**All registration forms are required for all training**


**Cancelled...Training will be rescheduled**

 October 29-30, 2015  8:30am - 4:30pm
 Navajo EPA-PWSSP Conference Room
 Window Rock, AZ
The Public Water Systems Supervision Program will be sponsoring a 2-day Class on Developing & Implementing SOP and Emergency Response Plans for Public Water Systems, in conjunction with KCM Consulting Services, LLC of Phoenix, AZ. The registration is FREE for Navajo Water Operators and has limited seating. This course will provide expertise and knowledge to aid in Developing and Implementing Standard Procedures and Emergency Response Plans. ***Waiting list will be made after 15 attendees*** You need to be registered to attend the training. **No Exceptions** CLICK HERE to download registration form.


New Water Technology

Working in the water technology involves monitoring quality of water resources and maintaining local, state and federal requirements for safety purposes.

Our program has found some educational water operator training at some colleges and universities. These classroom training or online sessions are available to operators who are willing to further educate themselves to enhance water resources, protecting public health, and coordinating job readiness. A successful career in this profession requires technician and/or operators to have:


  •  A high level of math and science proficiency
  • Thorough knowledge of water quality standards
  • Knowledge of plant operations and maintenance procedures


Below are a list of college/universities and government offices that accredit towards higher learning to a degree program and/or completion of a certificate in that particular field. Check out the links!!

University or College
Gateway Community College
Water Technology
Maricopa, AZ
Central New Mexico Community College
Energy & Environmental: Water Utility Operator
Albuquerque, NM
Utah Valley University
Environmental Science & Management, B.S.
Orem, UT
Red Rocks Community College
Water Quality Management Technology
Lakewood, CO
Montana Department of Environmental Quality
Water & Wastewater Operator Certification
Helena, MT
Bismark State College
Water & Wastewater Technology
Bismark, ND
California State University Sacramento
Office of Water Programs
Sacramento, CA

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