WO 001L - Small Water System Operator Lab

The February 21 - March 4 offering of this course (CRN 90179) is only available to students who also register in the February 14 – 18 offering of WO 031 Water Treatment Level 1&2 (CRN 90008).

This lab course is designed to provide participants with the 50 hours of hands-on experience required to write their Environmental Operators Certification Program (EOCP) certification exam for Small Water Systems (required by Yukon Government Regulation). The main objective of this course is to build operator confidence and hands-on skills relevant to the provision of safe and reliable drinking water.

**Students who wish to write the associated EOCP Certification exam must apply directly with EOCP to do so, at least 3 weeks in advance. Visit eocp.ca or contact EOCP at shall@eocp.ca for information on how to apply**

This course will take place in Yukon University’s Mobile Water Treatment Plant. Under the direction of our experienced instructors, students will operate, maintain and troubleshoot the water treatment system throughout the course.

Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to:

• Recognize and explain the purpose of common water system equipment and components
• Perform and record daily water system checks
• Execute and record common water system maintenance tasks following standard operating procedures and a maintenance schedule
• Follow safety procedures relevant to water system operations
• Execute start-up and shut-down of water treatment plant following standard operating procedure
• Perform and record water quality sampling and analysis

Provider: Yukon University

This course can be offered in the communities. Contact us to organize a class in your community.

Attendees need to bring steel toed boots.

WO 001L
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