2015 ISA water/wastewater symposium offers attendees 2.0 CEUs for attending (ISA, FSAWWA and FDEP-approved)

FloridaDEP-logoThe symposium committee is pleased to announce that all symposium attendees will receive 2.0 CEUs that are FDEP-approved by the FSAWWA. View the official approval letter. Thus, these CEUS are recognized by the Florida Dept. of Environmental Protection for state-issued water/wastewater operator licenses. These CEUs are typically recognized in other jurisdictions due to the Florida AWWA approval.

Attendees of 2015 ISA Water/Wastewater and Automatic Controls Symposium will receive 2.0 CEUs (or 20 PDHs) for participating. These will be issued jointly by the ISA and the Florida Section of the AWWA, and apply to operators and engineers who work in the water and wastewater sectors.

Thanks to our partnership with the Florida Section of the AWWA, the CEUs have been certified as being FDEP-approved. This means that water and wastewater operators can use these CEUs towards their continuing education requirements for their state-issued operator licenses. Thus these CEUs count towards their annual license renewals with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. The FSAWWA can also issued the CEUs in the form of 20 PDHs, for use by other types of license holders such as professional engineers.

For out of state attendees, the FSAWWA-issued CEUs are also recognized by most water/wastewater jurisdictions as a approved continuing education credits for water and wastewater operator licenses.

All attendees will also receive a certificate for 20 PDHs from the ISA for attending the symposium. These PDHs can be used as proof of continuing education in most jurisdictions.

Furthermore, attendees that take teh symposium’s optional short courses can receive even more credits. There is theĀ Introduction to the Management of Alarm Systems (0.7 CEUs) and theĀ Asset Management and Enterprise Integration Using the ANSI/ISA95 Standard (1.4 CEUs).

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About GrahamNasby

Graham Nasby, P.Eng., PMP, CAP is a project manager and automation engineer who lives in Guelph Ontario Canada where he is the Water SCADA & Security Specialist for City of Guelph Water Services. Graham was general chair of the 2012 and 2013 ISA water/wastewater symposiums, and is currently the editor of the ISA Water/Wastewater newsletter. He can be contacted at www.grahamnasby.com