Taught by experts in the industry, NOWRA’s Academy offerings cover the fundamentals of the profession as well as advanced training in multiple topics. Offerings include those developed from a national perspective and those meeting specific state requirements.
The courses included can be taken at a discounted rate as a Member or at a higher rate as a Nonmember of NOWRA. You can become a member of NOWRA through one of its state affiliates or if one does not exist in your area directly through NOWRA. More information can be found at: NOWRA Membership.
- November 16, 2020
- 9:00 AM EST
Dr. Sawyers will discuss EPA’s activities in support of onsite and decentralized wastewater systems. He will place particular emphasis on their implementation of federal legislation related to decentralized wastewater, and other EPA programs. Ms. Primrose will provide an overview of the various financial programs USDA provides to support rural water infrastructure. She will also provide details about USDA’s new Rural Decentralized...
THE annual event that brings everyone together has gone virtual - with nearly 40 education sessions, a virtual exhibit hall, and fun networking!
Virginia - Designing, Installing, and Operating Conventional Onsite Wastewater Systems in Virginia – An Overview
This course provides and overview of 12 VAC 5-610, the Sewage Handling and Disposal Regulations. These regulations address conventional onsite sewage systems in...
NOWRA - Protecting Yourself During a Pandemic
Pathogen Protection - Protecting Yourself from COVID 19 and other viruses and bacteria
NOWRA Installer: Planning
Course 2 of 8 in the NOWRA Installer Training Program.
NOWRA Intro to Onsite Wastewater
This is a great first course to orientate septic professionals on the basics of onsite wastewater treatment and wastewater properties highlight hydraulic & organics.
NOWRA Operation and Maintenance
This module focuses on the importance of Operation and Maintenance (O&M) and the primary activities of a service provider with conventional systems.