Education

Earn Continuing Educational Credits at PNCWA2019

  • Up to 1.4 CEUs  – going to a presentation in each time slot + opening session. (Going on one of the tours will reduce that as driving time cannot not be included.
  • With the above and a pre-conference workshop:
  • 2.1 with The Activated Sludge Process & How to Use Lab Data to Monitor & Troubleshoot your Treatment Process
  • 2.0 with Collaborative Delivery
  • 2.0 with Find the Leader Within You
  • 1.9 with Sustainable Biosolids Management
  • 1.8 with Collection Systems 101 - Conveyance Planning and Design

 Info on workshops can be found at https://conference.pncwa.org/conference-workshops-2019

 There is a Math for Operators workshop all morning Wednesday as part of the regular technical program.

  • If someone is signed up for the regular conference, no need to register to attend and the CEUs are included in what is available for the main technical Program
  • 0.3 CEUs for the Math for Operators Workshop if anyone wants to do just the workshop, in which case a separate registration is required.

At PNCWA2019, attendees will be able to track their participation in Workshops, Opening Session, Technical Sessions, Tours and for Mobile Sessions on the Exhibit Hall floor. 

Attendees who want to receive Continuing Education Credits or PDHs for participation are required to have their attendance verification form (get yours when you check in at the registration desk) stamped at each presentation they attend.

On entrance to a Session room, leave your attendance verification  form with the room monitor. On exit at the end of the presentation, pick up your stamped form.

If you are staying in a Session room for multiple presentations, you must go to the room monitor and have them stamp the presentation just ended, and tell them you are staying for the next one.

Use the same attendance verification form for the entire conference. Turn it in when you leave.

Each year, PNCWA works to obtain approval for the Annual Conference in Oregon, Washington and Idaho. Please see the 2019 State Approvals notes below, which will be updated as they are received.

Oregon

Washington 

Idaho