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Waste Water Operator Specialist

Waste Water Operator Specialist

The Wastewater Technician program is a two-year State of Delaware recognized registered apprenticeship designed to teach the basics of the wastewater treatment process and the practical aspects of operating and maintaining wastewater treatment plants. Upon completion of two years of related technical instruction and 4,000 hours of on-the-job learning, Registered Apprentices are eligible to earn a nationally recognized Journeyperson credential.

Required Courses
Wastewater System Operator Specialist I

This is the first course in the two-year Wastewater Systems Operation Systems Registered Apprenticeship program. Students learn the basics of wastewater treatment processes, related public health and the environmental issues, and practical concerns of operating and maintaining wastewater treatment plants. Classes will be held at the Delaware Rural Water Association in Milford.

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Wastewater System Operator Specialist II

This is the second course in the two-year Wastewater Systems Operation System Registered Apprenticeship program. Students learn operation procedures, problem solving, financial, technical, and managerial considerations, public health, environmental concerns, and study the Safe Drinking Water Act. Classes will be held at the Delaware Rural Water Association in Milford.

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Program Details
Tuition Cost:
$1,396.00
Hours:
288
Required Materials:
  • Additional fees: Registration and Book(s) $300
Contact:
Courtney Brown
(302) 697-4545