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Virtual Water and Wastewater Training School – South Padre, Texas

January 25 - January 29

This year, we aren’t physically in South Padre, but we will still be having our Water and Wastewater Training School . . . Virtually.

Did you know?

Every three years, your professional license expires? The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) requires that water utility professionals have 30 hours of training in order to renew it. Fortunately, at TEEX’s Water & Wastewater Training School, you can knock out 20 of the required 30 hours! Then, for the remaining 10 hours, you can opt for one of TEEX’s online awareness courses to round out your training.

Not Just For Licensed Professionals

Although this event carries with it the allure of licensing, do not be fooled – it isn’t only for licensed professionals. The courses do not have any prerequisites, so any individual looking to expand their knowledge and become a more highly skilled professional should consider these courses. The Water and Wastewater Training School is for all water utility and environmental professionals as well as managers, supervisors, coordinators, and field technicians. Our extensive audience even includes (but is not limited to) small business owners, private well owners, and fire industry professionals.

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Event Schedule


Surface Water Production II (WWW013-340)
$350.00 | 20 Hrs.
Basic Water Works Operations (WWW001-589)
$350.00 | 20 Hrs.
Water Utilities Calculations (WWW200-359)
$350.00 | 20 Hrs.
Wastewater Treatment (WWW102-343)
$350.00 | 20 Hrs.
Water Utilities Safety (WWW201-566)
$350.00 | 20 Hrs.
Basic Wastewater Operations (WWW101-539)
$350.00 | 20 Hrs.


Water Industry Professional Recognition Program


January 25
January 29
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Infrastructure and Safety
(800) 723-3811

These discussions and excersizes with peers were the most helpful to me. It allowed me to think about the unique situation applicable to me. Even the componants that were not applicable to my job were valuable. Thank you for your professionalism and for facilitating a high-quality training. It was worth being away from my duties.

— Managing Critical Incidents at Institutes of Higher Education
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