On-site sewage systems are systems designed to treat and dispose of wastewater for structures
and establishments that are not served by public sewer. Until the last 15 or 20 years such
systems have been considered short-term, temporary systems, systems to only be used until
sewer was extended to take the wastewater.
This course is a self study, distance learning course that is modularized into 6 modules and a final course assessment module. The average learner will take 1.0 to 1.5 hours to work through each module reviewing the online presentation and using a comprehensive study guide companion document that is downloaded and printed by the participant. In addition, each module includes an integrated assessment tool to provide immediate feedback on key learning points.
|Module 1: Industry Terms||Module 5: Basic Math for OSS|
|Module 2: Regulatory Management & Code||Module 6: Basic Business Issues|
|Module 3: Microbiology in Wastewater||Module 7: Final Class Assessment|
|Module 4: Soils Role in Treatment||Certificate of Completion|
Learners will earn 8 contact hours or .8 CEU as calculated by the International Association of Continuing Education and Training organization (IACET) for completion of the program.