Tennessee Water Operator Licenses Expire Sept 30

If you need a water operator license in Tennessee, make sure that you have your required continuing education complete by Sept 30. License periods are every year beginning on October 1, and water operators in Tennessee are required to earn either six or twelve hours of continuing education in that period of time, depending on the level of your license.

Don’t panic! If you have not yet completed your education, it’s not too late to complete twelve hours of continuing education. Register today and access our course at your own pace, on your time, on a smartphone or tablet.

Our comprehensive programs cover topics such as clarification, coagulation, flocculation, oxidation, and UV disinfection, as set by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Water and Wastewater Certification Board. The course is easily accessible on a smartphone or tablet, giving you the freedom to complete your education on the go and around your schedule. Forget about the hassle of taking a day off work and get your education complete fast.

We guarantee the success of our students and if you don’t pass the class, you don’t pay. This is part of the promise we make to our customers to give them the comprehensive education they need at their own pace. Once you’ve successfully completed the course, we will notify the proper state department on your behalf.

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