NAWT Training

Wastewater association offering new vacuum truck program, among others

Whether you are an experienced industry professional or just starting out in the business, you may find value in the National Association of Wastewater Technicians introduction and inspections training courses. Successful completion of the training will get you a Certificate of Completion as an inspector by NAWT, and you will be listed on a national registry of industry professionals for two years.

Inspectors must complete a comprehensive onsite sewage treatment systems course covering terminology, treatment, tanks, construction methods, and application, or demonstrate competence in the field prior to qualifying for the inspector training program. Participants then must complete the inspection course and pass a rigorous exam to receive your Certificate of Completion. There are only a selected number of professionals throughout the United States and Canada who have successfully completed both courses.

The National Association of Wastewater Technicians has upcoming training sessions in three different states.

NAWT/UA Inspector Training
August 27-28, 2018
Casa Grande, AZ
Contact Aaron: 520-621-3691 or email

NAWT/RETS Inspector Training
September 7-8, 2018
Arlington, TX
Contact Lauren: 817-678-6603 or email

University of Arizona – Soil & Site Evaluation for Onsite Wastewater Systems
October 18-19, 2018
Location: Cottonwood, AZ
Contact Aaron: 520-621-3691 or email (must attend both days)

NAWT/CPOW Inspector Training
November 15-16, 2018
Colorado Springs, CO
Contact Lisa: 720-626-8989 or email

Also new to its curriculum is the vacuum truck training course schedule. The Vacuum Truck Technician training course is targeted to those that own or operate a vacuum truck which is used to clean septic tanks, aerobic treatment units, holding tanks or grease traps. It is directed specifically at owners and employees who may just be starting in business and need a good solid base of information to work with to perform their daily tasks. At the same time this one day training provides a good refresher and overview for even experienced operators.

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