Water Class B Certification Review - Course 5010

Water Class B Certification Review

Gainesville

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Attributes
  • CEUs: No OCP Credit for Review Courses
  • Day 1-4 time each day: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
  • Day 5 time : 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Coordinator Areiole Williams     email: areiole.williams@treeo.ufl.edu     phone: (352) 392-9570 or 352-294-3877
Description

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This five day course will cover many of the relevant topics that appear on the Florida Class B drinking water test.  Topics include:

  • Water softening
  • Surface water treatment
  • Corrosion control
  • Water math
  • Trouble shooting
  • MCLs
  • Disinfection
  • Basic water chemistry
     
STUDENT TESTIMONIALS


"I was in your Water C & B Review class in the early part of August. I am happy to say that I passed with a score of 79. I did real well on all the subjects that you and Charlie taught us. I just wanted to let you folks know that if it wasn’t for the course, I wouldn’t passed liked I did. My next step is to go for my A Wastewater license next. Maybe I will get to take your review course for A operators. Until then take care and thanks to all at the TREEO Center."

"As always thanks- a- million. I can honestly say I would not have made such gains in my career in such a short time frame without the certification review courses." 

"I was in the A & B review class in early June...wanted to let you and Charlie know that I took the A test down in West Palm today and happy to say that I passed. I’ve taken this class and the C water class last year and passed them both the first time out. Just wanted to say thanks for the help."

"It must be luck or the course. Passed first time again. This time with an 84. Must be the training, luck doesn't last this long. Thanks guys." 

 

INSTRUCTORS BIOGRAPHIES

Ron Trygar, CET

Ron is the Senior Training Specialist for Water and Wastewater programs at the University of Florida TREEO Center.  Previously he was the Wastewater Process Control Specialist at Hillsborough County Public Utilities in Tampa FL.  He has worked in the wastewater industry for more than thirty years in a variety of locations and positions. Ron became a Certified Environmental Trainer (CET) in 1998 and has since provided training for associations and regulatory agencies such as FDEP; FW&PCOA Short Schools; USABlueBook; FWEA sponsored training events and local school environmental programs. Working alongside the FDEP Northeast District, Ron helped begin the FRWA/FDEP joint operator certification review classes that are still given around the state today.  Ron holds a Florida class A wastewater treatment operator’s license and a Florida class B drinking water operator’s license.


Charlie Martin, Ph.D.

Charlie Martin has a Florida Class A Water and Wastewater Operator licenses. He has a Masters of Engineering in Civil Engineering, a BS in Biology/Expanded Physical Science and an AA degree in Chemistry. Charlie has just received his Doctorate degree in Civil Engineering at the FAMU/FSU College of Engineering. Presently Charlie is the Water/Wastewater Director for the City of Graceville.  There he has an Advanced Wastewater Treatment facility and directs a NELAC certified Drinking Water/Environmental Water Laboratory.


Steve Roberts

Steve is an instructor for the Water Programs at the University of Florida TREEO Center. In addition to his knowledge and experience in water plant operations, Steve brings to students a diverse and well-rounded perspective of local water resources conditions, issues and needs.  He has performed instruction throughout the state of Florida.  These added values are supported by having 40 years of related experiences in the public sector.  This includes engineering consulting, municipal water, reclaimed water and storm water system operations, maintenance, planning, and executive management.  He is a licensed Florida Class A Water Operator. His academic background includes a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Management, and a Master of Science degree in Occupational Safety and Health Environmental Management with a concentration in Environment Management.
 

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