Weber Basin Water is hosting Irrigation Association Certification classes
At Weber Basin Water Conservancy District (WBWCD) one of our missions is to help make every drop of water we deliver used as efficiently as possible, whether it is through water conservation or water system efficiency.
As part of that mission, WBWCD is excited to announce we will be hosting two Irrigation Association classes in March at our Layton office (2837 East Highway 193, Layton Utah.)
March 27th-28th – Landscape Irrigation Contractor - $100.00 - Lunch and snacks provided.
This 2-day class is a comprehensive refresher for experienced contractors. Topics include soil-water-plant relationships, hydraulics, basic electricity, grounding, pumps, job safety requirements, relevant building codes, scheduling, water-use efficiency and system uniformity.
March 28th – Landscape Irrigation Technician - $50.00 – Lunch and snacks provided.
Learn the basics of hydraulics and irrigation system installation and maintenance. This full-day hands-on learning session covers gluing and repairing PVC pipe, installing nozzles and adjusting heads, setting and repairing electric valves, and field and controller wiring techniques.
These classes have been approved for CEUs for QWEL, National Association of Landscape Professionals, EPA, and the Professional Grounds Management Society
WBWCD is also hosting the certification exams for the Certified Irrigation Contractor (CIC) and Certified Irrigation Technician (CIT) certifications the day following the class. More information about becoming Certified can be found at www.irrigation.org/certification.
Those interested in registering for these classes can contact Zac Roberts at 801-614-5287 or firstname.lastname@example.org