More than 900 experts, including 116 water utility managers, presented educational sessions and workshops at this year’s American Water Works Association’s (AWWA) annual convention this year.
The organization pulled together 30 hours (click here for a course list) that anyone, members and non-members, can access until July 24 to earn continuing education units (CEUs) or professional development hours (PDHs) (click here to learn how the process works).
AWWA members, full-convention attendees, students, and professors pay nothing.
Non-members pay $195.
Click here to register.
Founded in 1881 by 22 men representing water utilities in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, and Tennessee, AWWA promotes public health, safety, and welfare through the improvement of the quality and quantity of water delivered to the public and the development and furtherance of understanding of the problems relating thereto.