An overview of how operators and managers can use SCADA systems to make more informed decisions related to their plant’s performance. Explanations on how SCADA systems interact with a plant’s instrumentation and process and provides tips on how to evaluate SCADA information.
Class Fee: $60 Members | $80 Non-Members
State Agency Approval:
Maine BLWSO: 2.0 TCHs for Water Operators
Maine DEP: 2.0 TCHs for Wastewater Operators
John Schwartz – USA Bluebook
John is a professional trainer across the United States, bringing over 40 years of water and wastewater experience to the training room. John's deep knowledge in the water and wastewater industry combined with his dynamic teaching style provide both new and seasoned operators an excellent educational experience! His past roles include water system operator, lead/senior operator for both water treatment and distribution systems, and water treatment and distribution system manager. He also served as a circuit rider, trainer, and technical advisor for the California Rural Water Association. John is certified in Water Treatment and Distribution in California and Montana. He holds a Utility Management Certification (UMC) for Water and Wastewater Management from NRWA’s Water University.
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