The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Water Infrastructure Resiliency and Finance Center, in collaboration with the...
The seminar will go through live work on completing the Water Quality badge
The Water Quality Assn.'s (WQA) Modular Education Program (MEP) Level 1 Workshop will take place on Thursday, May 8, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the WQA headquarters in Lisle, Ill. Using the new MEP, which employs the Learning Experience Manager (LEM), the seminar will go through live work on completing the Water Quality badge. Attendees must bring their own computers and hardness test kits. They will be completing 99% of the first tasks required to earn the first Water Quality badge. The Water Quality Basics certificate includes introductory badges that address basic principles and concepts of water quality. This certificate is intended for all learners who are likely to interact with customers, including office and support personnel.
Dean Jarog, MS, CWS-VI, WQA education and professional certification trainer, will lead the workshop. Prior to joining WQA, Jarog worked in research and development for Everpure Inc., and has trained numerous employees of water treatment product dealers and manufacturers. He holds a Master's degree in environmental engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology, is the owner of several patents and has done extensive research on carbon and its application to water filtration equipment.
To register, contact Jarog at 630.505.0160 or [email protected].