A New Horizon: Virtual, In-Person, and Hybrid Training

MWUA’s training programs are constantly evolving and growing to meet your needs. Through all the updates, we have always promised to offer the best training and professional development opportunities in Maine. Even if it means thinking outside of the box, our goal is to provide the best experience possible. When COVID-19 upended our in-person training programs last year, we quickly pivoted to fully virtual offerings with a strong partnership with Tom’s Water Solutions. These were extremely well received and widely popular among all.

Once again, we are evolving to meet the needs of membership and the industry today. We are excited to announce a return to in-person training. Over the next few months, we will gradually expand our in-person offerings and events. Most will focus on hand-on and scenario-based learning in the range of 4-to-6-hour sessions. We will kick it all off with the HDPE Demo Day for water and wastewater operators as EJP’s training facility in Gardiner and grow from there. Check it out here: https://mwua.org/event/hdpe-training-series-demo-day/

However, online virtual training still has an important role to play and will remain a part of our overall curriculum. Because of the convenience of online and hybrid programs, most shorter training sessions will remain online to allow anyone the ability to attend.  You can still expect our training to be top-notch with industry leaders and presenters from here in Maine and around the country.

If you haven’t been a part of the best training around, it’s never been a better time to try it out. There is truly something for everyone and we guarantee it will exceed your expectations. Join us today and check out our upcoming training calendar here: https://mwua.org/training/

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