National Installer Training Program Course
There is a critical need for education of decentralized wastewater system installers to assure sound, long-lasting construction for all types of systems.
The topics presented in this class:
This course covers business models and ethics, soil and site characteristics, installation techniques and material for installing a range of systems from pretreatment units to drainfield components. The Installer Program is a great preparation for the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) exam for the Certified Installer of Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems (CIOWTS) credential. The National Installer Training Program course can be modified in length to suit the audience, ranging from one to four days.