BASIC WATER DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM

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Name __________________________________________ Email __________________________________________ Address ________________________________________ _______________________________________________ Company: ______________________________________ Day Phone ______________________________________ Eve Phone ______________________________________ Course: Basic Water Distribution Program Series (all 12 classes) $425 $__________ Course #1 $ 45 $__________ Course #2 $ 45 $__________ Course #3 $ 45 $__________ Course #4 $ 45 $__________ Course #5 $ 45 $__________ Course #6 $ 45 $__________ Course #7 $ 45 $__________ Course #8 $ 45 $__________ Course #9 $ 45 $__________ Course #10 $ 45 $__________ Course #11 $ 45 $__________ Course #12 $ 45 $__________ TOTAL ______ Check (Payable to Gavilan College) ______ Visa _______MC $__________
Contract & Community Education 5055 Santa Teresa Blvd Gilroy, CA 95020 Phone (408) 852-2801 Fax (408) 852-2805

GAVILAN COLLEGE

Contract and Community Education

BASIC WATER DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM
An Intensive 12-Module Training Program in Water Distribution Tuesdays, March 16 – June 8, 2010 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm (no class 4/6)
Training Approved by the California Department of Public Health California Water Environment Association Training Reference # 091001 AWWA approval pending

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Classes held at: Gavilan College Social Science Bldg, Room 214
5055 Santa Teresa Blvd. Gilroy, CA 95020

Contract & Community Education
5055 Santa Teresa Blvd. Gilroy, CA 95020 408-852-2801 Fax 408-852-2805 http://gavilan.augusoft.net

BASIC WATER DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM
The Water Distribution Program through Gavilan College’s Contract and Community Education Program consists of twelve modules. Training focuses on developing new and existing water distribution operators with the knowledge and skills required to operate and maintain water systems effectively. Participants will gain valuable information to enhance their operational skills, making them more effective at their job or ready to obtain State of California Water Distribution Certificates. This program is certified through the California Department of Public Health for current employees who wish to improve their current certification level or maintain their required contact hours. CWEA
Training Reference # 091001. AWWA approval pending.

BASIC WATER DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM
Working in Traffic (#5) 4/20 Safely posting warning signs; Equipment for traffic work; Procedures in diverting traffic. Pipe Installation (#6) 4/27 Locating nearby utility lines; Excavation & shoring; Pipe laying & jointing
Water Quality in Distribution Systems (#7) 5/4

BASIC WATER DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM
How to Enroll: Online with a credit card payment at http://gavilan.augusoft.net. By fax: complete the application on the back of this form and fax to 408-852-2805 with credit card information. By phone: call 408-852-2801 with your credit card information. At class: only if room is available, bring credit card information or a check made payable to Gavilan College (no cash). Fees: Register for individual classes for $45 each or for all 12 (register at the same time) for $425. We do not accept registrations without payment. Books must be purchased separately before class begins. Books: Water Distribution System Operation and Maintenance; Kenneth D. Kerri, editor; Cal State Sacramento; most current edition. Available from CSU Sacramento, Office of Water Programs, 6000 J Street Sacramento, CA 95819-0625. Phone: (916) 278-6142. Website: http://www.owp.csus.edu Training Location: Gavilan College Social Science Bldg, Room 214 5055 Santa Teresa Blvd. Gilroy, CA 95020
Training Approved by the California Department of Public Health and California Water Environment Association

Importance of water quality; Types & sources of contamination Valves & Meters (#8) 5/11 Types & functions of valves; Types of meters; Hands-on meter & valve examination Disinfection Part 1 (#9) 5/18 Purpose and process of disinfection; Factors influencing disinfection Disinfection Part 2 (#10) 5/25 Breakpoint chlorination; Points of application; Measurement of chlorine residual; Chlorine safety Distribution System Administration (#11) 6/1 Staffing; Public Relations; Emergency responses; Record keeping Safety (#12) 6/8 Importance of safety; Safety program; Personal safety; Safety around wells. Instructor:
Ed Waggoner is a Wastewater and Water Professional with over 25 years in water treatment agencies as Chief Operator, project coordinator of facility construction and start-up, training instructor/facilitator. He is a Grade Five Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator, Grade Three Water Treatment Plant Operator, and Grade Two Water Distribution System Operator.

Tuesdays March 16 – June 8, 2010 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm (no class 4/6) Courses
Water Distribution Operator (# 1) 3/16 Need for water distribution operators; What is a water supply; What does a water distribution operator do? Storage Facilities (# 2) 3/23 Purpose of storage facilities; Selection & location of storage facilities; Operation & maintenance of storage facilities Water Transmission Systems (# 3) 3/30 Purpose of distribution systems; Storage & booster pumping; Distribution storage Water Mains & Appurtenances (#4) 4/13 Pipe features, types, & joints; Valves

Contract & Community Education http://gavilan.augusoft.net 408-852-2801

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