ID Meters Valves and Hydrants - 0.3 CEUs

$30.00

3 Hour Course

Course ID: WWP18038759

Approved By: Bureau of Occupational Licenses - Drinking Water & Wastewater Professionals

4.3 3 Reviews

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This course will fulfill 3 of your required hours for Idaho water operators.

This course will provide an overview of meters, valves and hydrants. Students who take this course will learn about:

  • Meters - Discover various types of meters, including positive-displacement, current or velocity, compound, and proportional meters. You'll learn something about the application and installation of these units.
  • Valves - They are needed to control water flow and pressure, to isolate portions of the distribution, for pressure relief in the operation of pumps, and to facilitate the repair of system facilities. Learn all you need to know about valves, including installation and maintenance.
  • Hydrants - Hydrants are primarily used for providing water, traveling through our pipelines, to fight fires and for other emergency purposes. Learn all about the design and installation of these necessary units.
    • Meters, Valves and Hydrants [6 Activities]
      • 01. Introduction video
      • 02. Meters, Valves and Hydrants Introduction video
      • 03. Meters
      • 04. Valves Video
      • 05. Valves and Hydrants
      • 06. Meters, Valves and Hydrants Conclusion video
    • Mandatory Questionnaire
    • Certificate of Achievement

Instructor Bio


tony goff water tech instructor atyourpaceonline
Tony Goff, holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Law and has over twenty years of experience in the water industry. Tony holds an upper management position with a large water district in Southern California. Tony is a Subject Matter Expert in the field of drinking water distribution and holds a treatment 5 certificate and a distribution 5 certificate.

Course Reviews

August 12th, 2017
It was a well designed crash course to valves, hydrants and meters. The only change I would make is adding pictures of the different types of valves and meters, maybe including situations where they are more optimal than others.

February 28th, 2018

December 7th, 2017