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Michigan Water Operator Continuing Education

The continuing education courses for water operators in Michigan that are presented here on AYPO Tech are designed by experts to provide training that is practical, comprehensive, and insightful. Each course is approved by the state of Michigan, and qualifies as continuing education hours that can be used to fulfil your continuing education requirements.

$59 TOP SELLER

MI Wastewater Treatment Processes

clock hour icon 5h course

This course provides an overview of wastewater treatment, including the physical separation of solids, chemical treatment processes, biological processes, and solids treatment and disposal.

This course is approved for WASTEWATER OPERATORS only. 

$59

MI Maintaining Wastewater Equipment

clock hour icon 5h course

This course provides details on a variety of wastewater equipment, including pumping stations, screening equipment, grinding equipment, grit removal systems, sludge and scum collection apparatus, and flow measurement devices. For each piece of equipment, we will cover major parts, start-up, operation, shutdown, maintenance, and safety.

This course is approved for WASTEWATER OPERATORS only. 

$59

MI Piping Systems: Part 1

clock hour icon 5h course

This course introduces operators to piping systems and familiarizes them with the larger components that make piping systems function, including metallic and nonmetallic piping, tubing, and hoses.

This course is approved for WASTEWATER OPERATORS only. 

$59

MI Piping Systems: Part 2

clock hour icon 5h course

This course dives further into piping systems by discussing the smaller components that make piping systems function, including fittings, common and special valves, strainers, filters, traps, and accessories. Preventative and repair maintenance for these components are also discussed.

This course is approved for WASTEWATER OPERATORS only. 

$59

MI Pumps: Part 1

clock hour icon 5h course

This course introduces operators to pumping systems, hydraulics, basic pumping terminology, and pump curves. We will also look at a number of pump types, including end-suction centrifugal pumps, propeller pumps, turbine pumps, and rotary pumps. For each pump type, we will discuss internal parts, construction, and operation.

This course is approved for WASTEWATER OPERATORS only. 

$59

MI Pumps: Part 2

clock hour icon 5h course

This course continues looking at additional pump types, including reciprocating pumps, metering pumps, and special purpose pumps. For each pump type, we will discuss internal parts, construction, and operation. We also discuss sealing devices, including packing and mechanical seals, bearings, lubrication, and installation.

This course is approved for WASTEWATER OPERATORS only. 

$59

MI Introduction to Water Technology

clock hour icon 5h course

This course introduces operators to the hydrologic cycle and its effects on the structure and functions of water and wastewater systems. From there, we discuss water collection, treatment, and distribution, as well as the physical, chemical, and biological properties of water.

This course is approved for WASTEWATER OPERATORS only. 

$19

MI Fluid Mechanics

clock hour icon 1h course

This course explains how fluids behave, especially under pressure and in motion. This lesson is divided into two major parts. The first concerns fluids at rest and describes the properties fluids have when they are standing still. The second half treats the subject of fluids in motion.

This course is approved for WASTEWATER OPERATORS only. 

What are the CE requirements for Michigan water operators?

WASTEWATER

Wastewater Operators in Michigan must complete 6 to 24 hours of continuing education every five years in order to renew their license. The deadline for renewal is July 1 every five years.

  • Class A or B certificates require 24 hours with 6 hours dedicated to technical training and at least 6 hours focused on managerial training.
  • Class C, D, L2, or L1 certificates require 12 hours. No more than 6 hours of non-managerial, non-technical training may be used for a Class C renewal.
  • There are no continuing education requirements for a Class SC certificate.

 

Courses are approved by the Department of Environmental Quality.