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How do I become a certified Operator in Training? Article rated 2.1/5.0
*High school diploma, GED, or equivalent and one of the following: *Three (3) months operating experience in a system or facility (500 hours)There are no substitutions for experience, it must be direc...
How do I become a certified level I Operator? Article rated 2.2/5.0
High School diploma, GED, or equivalent, and One (1) year, 1,800 hours, operating experience at a Class I or higher system/facility.
How do I become a certified level II Operator? Article rated 3.1/5.0
*High School diploma, GED or equivalent *Three (3) years operating experience, 5,400 hours, at a Class I or higher system/facility, *A Level I certificate. 1 year of education may be substituted for...
How do I become a certified level III Operator? Article rated 3.2/5.0
*High School diploma, GED or equivalent *ninety (90) CEU's - post high school training/education in the water or wastewater field, including core and related education/training * Four (4) years operat...
How do I become a certified level IV Operator? Article rated 3.5/5.0
*High School diploma, GED or equivalent *(180) CEU's - post high school training/education in the water or wastewater field, including core and related education/training *Four (4) years operating exp...
How soon can I rewrite my EOCP exam if I don't pass? Article rated 3.3/5.0
If an operator writes an exam and fails; he or she can rewrite the exam after 60 days.
What do I have to do to maintain my certification? Article rated 3.3/5.0
To maintain your certification, you must pay your annual Operator dues, and obtain the appropriate number of CEUs for each 2 year reporting period. During each two year renewal period, operators mu...
Is it now mandatory for Wastewater Collection Operators to be certified? Article rated 3.1/5.0
Yes. Effective April 20, 2012, Wastewater Collection Operators must be certified. The Municipal Sewer Regulations were replaced with the Municipal Wastewater Regulations on April 20, 2012, and the c...
Can I accumulate Direct Responsible Charge (DRC) as an OIT or Level I Operator in a level IV plant or system? Article rated 2.8/5.0
No.  Operators must hold a level II before being eligible for DRC in a level IV plant or system.  DRC is assigned by the Director of Public Works, or the chief Operator.
What are the requirements to become a Multi Utility Level I Operator? Article rated 3.0/5.0
To qualify for multi-utility certification, the Operator must meet the following requirements:  Have Grade 12 or GED  Have taken 0.6 CEU’s in an approved applicable course &...
What are the requirements to become a Multi Utility Level II Operator? Article rated 3.2/5.0
To qualify for multi-utility certification level II, the Operator must meet the following requirements: Have a Multi Utility Level I certificate  Have Grade 12 or GED Have taken 0.6 CE...
Is high school a requirement to write certification exams? Article rated 3.4/5.0
Yes.  As of February 17, 2014 high school is a requirement for new Operators coming into the program to write OIT, and Level I exams.  It is also a requirement for those Operators who curren...
What can I submit for high school or equivalent? Article rated 3.2/5.0
You can submit a copy of your high school diploma, GED, prior learning assessment, trade certificate, or post secondary diploma.    
What can I take to meet my Grade 12 Education requirement? Article rated 3.0/5.0
You can take the BC Adult Graduation Program to meet the high school equivalency requirement.    http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/education-training/adult-education/learn/graduate-high-sc...
When did Direct Responsible Charge (DRC) become mandatory for Water Distribuion and Wastewater Collection exams? Article rated 3.7/5.0
As of April 15, 2016, there is a 2 year (3,000 hour) DRC requirement.  Prior to this date, DRC could be used as an education exchange when applying to write a Water Distribution or Wastewat...
 

 
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