CECTI - Collection & Distribution Short School
11/3/2022 - 11/4/2022
7:00 AM - 4:45 PM Mountain
Event Type(s)
Event Description

As your fellow Colorado Operators, CECTI is always trying to bring the Distribution and Collection operators together to promote professionalism within the industry and provide relevant training. Topics including valves, pipe rehabilitation, pumps, pressure-reducing valves, inspections, and system design, including the elusive regulatory training requirements for both Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection Systems for your Colorado license renewal and new applications.

** By taking this course, you will meet the APPROVED REGULATORY REQUIREMENT for Colorado **
Past events have generally been approved for up to 1.6 TUs in the focus area and around 1.0 TUs in the supplementary and non-focus areas. 

Embassy Suites Loveland
Embassy Suites 4705 Clydesdale Parkway Loveland CO 80538
Loveland, CO 80538

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Contact Person
Kay Dudek or JoAnn Vold
(phone: 720-841-7876 or 303-)
Registration opens on Wednesday, August 3, 2022. Register at the Colorado Environmental Council for Training, Inc (CECTI) website. Early Bird Registration is $300 before October 7th, 2022, Registration includes lunch/snacks during conference.  Check-in begins Thursday, November 3, 2022 at 7:00am. Combined Water and Wastewater training will apply to all Thursday and Friday sessions beginning at 8am through 4:40pm. Morning, afternoon breaks and lunch are provided. Parking is free at the hotel. Hotel sleeping arrangements may be made by calling the Embassy Suites directly at 1 (800) 362-2779. In order to take advantage of the available room block rate, you must call prior to October 3, 2022, and request the CECTI rate. If you are staying at the Embassy Suites, breakfast and a Manager's Reception in the evening will be included with your room reservation. If you have questions, email CECTI at info@cecti.org.
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11/3/2022 - 11/4/2022  

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