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NJAES Ofce of Continuing Professional Education Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey 102 Ryders Lane New

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Introduction to Backow Prevention September 17, 2013 Course Code: EO0213CA14 Instructor: Ray Vanisko Time: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm Fee: $120 Multi-Fee: $95 NJ Licensed Water Operator (T, W, VSWS): $60 3 TCHs for NJ licensed drinking water and wastewater operators NJDEP Approval #01-041202-30 We all assume that when we turn on our faucets, clean water will be instantly available right? What if your neighbor just had some landscape work done and pesticides and fertilizers had made their way into your pipes? Or another neighbors boiler treatment and clean-up chemicals had found their up and down the street? These examples of inadvertent contamination show the critical need for backow prevention and this half-day course will introduce you to the basics. Course instructor Ray Vanisko (who teaches on this topic in our summer-long training course for those seeking to become NJ Health Inspectors and Sanitarians) will show you the wide and varied types of equipment available and review loads of real life case studies that will really make you think!

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Courses for Utility, Operations and Maintenance Personnel Introduction to Backow Prevention
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Discharge Monitoring Reports October 18, 2013 Management Skills for Supervisors November 6 & 13, 2013 Video Inspections of Sanitary Sewers November 6 & 7, 2013 O&M of Water Treatment Filters November 8, 2013 Introduction to Hydraulics December 19, 2013 732.932.9271 www.cpe.rutgers.edu 732.932.9271

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Succession Planning New Class! September 24, 2013 Course Code: EO0125CA14 Course Coordinator: Pat Schaeer/Talent Stradesy Partners Fee: $265 Multi-Fee: $235 NJ Licensed Water Operator (T, W, VSWS): $132.50 6 TCHs for NJ licensed drinking water and wastewater operators NJDEP Approval #01-061301-30 Succession planning is an essential part of the business planning process that ensures that individuals are continually developed to step into key roles in a company. A lack of sucient candidates to replace incumbents in critical positions puts the future continuity and performance of the business at risk. In the new one-day course, will dig deeper into succession planning: what it entails, what the development component means for you and any sta who report to you, and what to do when succession planning identies gaps in the companys bench of available talent. As a manager, supervisor or individual contributor who aspires to advance in the water, wastewater and related industries, you should recognize the value of succession planning and know how it works. Through small group discussions and entertaining interactive exercises, this course will help you do that. In addition, you will acquire tools for taking control of your professional development, developing others and creating a strategy for building bench strength. Nutrient Analyses for Monitoring & Control October 3, 2013 Course Code: EO0118CA14 Instructor: Greg Starlin/The HACH Company Fee: $285 Multi-Fee: $255 NJ Licensed Water Operator (T, W, VSWS) $142.50 6 TCHs for NJ licensed drinking water and wastewater operators NJDEP Approval #01-080702-30 Excessive levels nutrients in water bodies is rapidly becoming an environmental and public health issue. This hands-on workshop has been developed to serve as an introduction to nutrient management and to the test methods that can be applied in monitoring and control programs. Analyses to be discussed will include those for alkalinity, nitrogen species (total, ammonia, nitrate and nitrite) and phosphorus species (total, reactive or orthophosphorus). The course will combine background and theory with practical, hands-on applications of analytical equipment.

Analysis of Corrosion Control Parameters October 4, 2013 Course Code: EO0115CA14 Instructor: Greg Starlin/The HACH Company Fee: $285 Multi-Fee: $255 NJ Licensed Water Operator (T, W, VSWS) $142.50 6 TCHs for NJ licensed drinking water and wastewater operators NJDEP Approval #01-060602-30 Always hearing about corrosion control but unsure of the details? This hands-on workshop, has been designed to provide an introduction to laboratory techniques for the analysis of corrosion control parameters in water and wastewater operations. The step-by-step processes for analyzing, such as parameters, pH, temperature, conductivity and hardness will be presented. For each parameter, the theory of measurement will be presented and discussed, as well as the real world implications of the measurements derived. Calibration, verication, and troubleshooting techniques will be discussed and practiced in a relaxed setting where interaction and questions are encouraged.

Water Sampling & Laboratory Procedures October 22, 2013 Course Code: EO0102CA14 Instructor: Mike Furrey Fee: $285 Multi-Fee: $245 NJ Licensed Water Operator (T, W, VSWS) $142.50 6 TCHs for NJ licensed drinking water and wastewater operators NJDEP Approval #01-061102-30 Here is your chance to get some of the details in coordination with a half-day hands-on experience in a NJDEP certied testing laboratory. The morning session of the program will present regulatory and sampling information and in the afternoon, attendees will participate in sampling and analysis exercises using real world samples (please feel free to bring your own!). A great opportunity to broaden your operational knowledge with HANDS ON EXPERIENCE! NOTE: This course will be held in Dover, NJ

Planning to take an NJDEP Licensing Exam? For the NJ N Licensing Exams Industrial Waste Treatment September 10 - December 19, 2013 (Tuesday & Thursday evenings - 6 to 9 pm) New Brunswick, NJ For the NJ T and W exams (level 2 and higher) Advanced Drinking Water Operations, Part 1 & 2 September 11, 2013 - April 30, 2014 (Wednesday evenings - 6 to 9 pm) Dover, NJ
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