Rhode Island Water Operator Continuing Education

AYPO Tech is the place for water operators in Rhode Island to find continuing education courses. The courses we provide deliver training on drinking water operations which is comprehensive, informative, and practical. Courses offered by AYPO Tech have been approved by the State to count as contact hours that a water operator will need to complete in order to be permitted to renew their license.

$160 TOP SELLER

20 Continuing Education Hour (CEH) Package

20h course

Save on our 20 Hour CE Package. Includes: Surface Water (3 Hours), Source Water (2 Hours), Coagulation (3 Hours), Sedimentation (3 Hours) Disinfection (2 Hours), Corrosion (3 Hours), Oxidation (2 Hours) and Membrane Processes (2 Hours).

4.8
5 Reviews
$85

10 Continuing Education Hour (CEH) Package

10h course

Save on our 10 Hour CE Package. Includes: Sedimentation (3 CEH), Corrosion (3 CEH), Oxidation (2 CEH) and Membrane Processes (2 CEH).

4.7
3 Reviews
$45

RI Water Distribution System Operation Overview - 4.5 Hours

4.5h course

Water Distribution System Operation Overview is a course designed to give an overview to water treatment and distribution operators of water distribution components. Including: Pipeline operations, Meters, Valves, Hydrants, Pumps and Motors, and Groundwater.

5.0 4 Reviews
$30

RI Sedimentation and Filtration - 3 Hours

3h course

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

Our Sedimentation and Filtration course focuses on the role that particle removal plays in the surface water treatment process and how necessary it is in producing safe drinking water that meets EPA standards.

5.0 2 Reviews
$30

RI Coagulation and Flocculation - 3 Hours

3h course

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

Coagulation refers to the process of using chemicals that collect contaminants in water, creating larger particles that are easier to remove. Flocculation is the process of mixing these chemicals in the water to ensure higher rate of contact between coagulants and contaminates. In this course, we'll delve into the details of this fascinating water treatment process.

$30

RI Surface Water Treatment Plant Operations - 3 Hours

3h course

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

This course will provide an overview of surface water treatment plant operations. You will learn about surface water treatment regulations, and the basics of treatment processes, coagulation and flocculation, filtration, disinfection, corrosion control, and much more.

5.0 2 Reviews
$30

RI Corrosion Control - 3 Hours

3h course

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

In our Corrosion Control course you will learn about the effects of corrosion on a water distribution system, the effects of contamination due to corrosion, and corrosion mitigation techniques.

5.0 3 Reviews
$30

RI Meters Valves and Hydrants - 3 Hours

3h course

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

Meters, Valves and Hydrants is a course that focuses on the vital roles that meters, valves and hydrants play in the delivery of safe drinking water to the public.

5.0 4 Reviews
$30

RI Pipelines - 3 Hours

3h course

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

Pipelines is a course that outlines the many important considerations necessary when operating, installing or maintaining a water distribution pipeline system.

5.0 4 Reviews
$25

RI Disinfection - 2.5 Hours

2.5h course

This course will fulfill 2.5 of your required hours for Rhode Island water operators.

Our Disinfection course focuses on the critical role that pathogen destruction and inactivation plays in the surface water treatment process and how necessary it is in producing safe drinking water that meets EPA standards.

$25

RI Source Water Issues and PreTreatment - 2.5 Hours

2.5h course

This course will fulfill 2.5 of your required hours for Rhode Island water operators.

Whether your water comes from a lake, stream or groundwater basin, understanding your source is the first step in providing safe drinking water. This course outlines the various source water types and the important role they play.

5.0 2 Reviews
$25

RI Distribution System Water Quality Issues - 2.5 Hours

2.5h course

This course will fulfill 2.5 of your required hours for Rhode Island water operators.

Distribution System Water Quality Issues is a course designed to introduce the many issues that are present in order to achieve and maintain a safe and high quality water supply in a distribution system.

$25

RI Pumps & Motors - 2.5 Hours

2.5h course

This course will fulfill 2.5 of your required hours for Rhode Island water operators.

Pumps and Motors is a course that details the types, components of and the proper maintenance steps for water pumps and the motors that drive them.

5.0 2 Reviews
$20

RI Advanced Oxidation & UV Disinfection - 2 Hours

2h course

This course will fulfill 2 of your required hours for Rhode Island water operators.

Our Advanced Oxidation and UV Disinfection course will introduce water treatment and distribution operators to the operation, uses, and types of advanced oxidation and UV processes including ozonation and ultraviolet treatment.

$20

RI Basic Electrical Concepts for Water Operators - 2 Hours

2h course

Basic Electrical Concepts for Water Operators is a course that covers the fundamental electrical principles that water operators need in their day-to-day operations.

5.0 3 Reviews
$20

RI Groundwater Wells - 2 Hours

2h course

Groundwater Wells is an introductory course that covers 2 concepts from well water sources, 1) the basic components and operation of groundwater wells and, 2) the fundamentals of maintaining safe drinking water from groundwater wells.

4.5
4 Reviews
$20

RI Storage Tank Facilities - 2 Hours

2h course

Storage Tank Facilities is a course that focuses on the types of storage facilities, functions of and maintenance of the tanks that store water for efficient delivery to the public.

5.0 4 Reviews
$20

RI Membrane Processes - 2 Hours

2h course

This course will fulfill 2 of your required hours for Rhode Island water operators.

A membrane is a sheet of natural or synthetic material that is partially permeable to substances in solution. Membranes are used in various methods of water treatment. Students who take our Membrane Processes course will learn the uses and types of membrane processes including reverse osmosis, nanofiltration, and electrodialysis reversal.

What are the CE requirements for Rhode Island water operators?

To renew a certificate an applicant must complete the number of continuing education contact hours related to drinking supply treatment and/or transmission and distribution specified below depending on the class of certification held:

Two Year Renewal Period (OIT)

  • Class VSS - 2 Contact Hours
  • Class 1 - 10 Contact Hours
  • Class 2 - 10 Contact Hours
  • Class 3 - 20 Contact Hours
  • Class 4 - 20 Contact Hours

Three Year Renewal Period (Full)

  • Class VSS - 3 Contact Hours
  • Class 1 - 15 Contact Hours
  • Class 2 - 15 Contact Hours
  • Class 3 - 30 Contact Hours
  • Class 4 - 30 Contact Hours

Our courses are approved by the Drinking Water Operators Board of Certification and will meet your continuing education needs.

Rhode Island State Approval Letters

Department of Health
Three Capitol Hill
Providence, RI 02908-5097

TTY: 711
www.health.ri.gov

 

November 21, 2017

David Modica
At Your Pace Online
531 NE F Street
Grants Pass, OR 97526

The Rhode Island Board of Certification of Operators of Public Drinking Water Supply and Distribution Facilities has approved the following courses for At Your Own Pace:

Course Name TCH Credits
Advanced Oxidation and UV Disinfection 2
Basic Electrical Concepts for Water Operators 2
Coagulation and Flocculation 3
Corrosion Control 3
Disinfection 2.5
Distribution System Water Quality Issues 2.5
Groundwater Wells 2
Membrane Processes 2
Meters, Valves, and Hydrants 3
Pipelines 3
Pumps and Motors 2.5
Sedimentation and Filtration 3
Source Water Issues and Pretreatment 2.5
Storage Tank Facilities 2
Surface Water Treatment Plant Operations 3
Water Distribution System Operation Overview 4.5

If the course material, content, instructor, or length changes, please resubmit to us for an updated approval.

Sincerely, 

Melissa Orpen-Tuz
Operator Certification Program Manager