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Training and Outreach
The NC WW/GW LC program strives to assist laboratories and laboratory analysts in improving the quality of the environmental data they produce and to help bring them into compliance with state and federal regulations. In this capacity, the program offers a variety of resources for learning including technical assistance visits to laboratories, training workshops, as well as multi-media training material (such as PowerPoint presentations, technical assistance guidance documents, inspection checklist auditor's guides, policy statements, etc.) found throughout the NC WW/GW Laboratory Certification website. This page will be used to list various opportunities.
Laboratory and Analyst Association Meetings
There are a number of laboratory and analyst groups that meet regularly to discuss issues pertaining wastewater/groundwater analysis. Often, continuing education credits (CEUs) are offered for attending. The following is a list of those meetings and contact information. If your organization would like to post meetings or workshops on this website, please contact the Laboratory Section website administrator.
Link to approved Wastewater Treatment System Operator training courses - TACU
NC WW/GW LC Program Overview - PowerPoint presentation presented April 30, 2009 at the Wilmington Regional Office Permittee and Operator Training workshop
Additional Training Opportunities
TALK WITH HACH!
The discussions, the answers, and the experience come when you TALK WITH HACH!
Lab Technology Day 2012
Laboratory Technology Day will be held on Tuesday, May 8, 2012 in Raleigh, NC at the NCSU McKimmon Center. Lab Tech Day will feature technical presentations and an exhibit hall for both wastewater and drinking water laboratory personnel. The two technical tracks (Wastewater and Drinking Water) will cover subjects ranging from lab techniques, new methodologies, data management, and workforce issues. The Exhibit Hall will be set up with over thirty lab oriented vendors. This event is sponsored by NCWOA, NC AWWA-WEA, CLANC, NC DWQ, and the State Lab of Public Health. Registration information and the agenda will be posted at www.ncwoa.com.
As always, we are eager to hear feedback and receive recommendations for additional training resources you feel are needed. Contact the Laboratory Section website administrator with your suggestions and information about training courses in the environmental laboratory field.