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IN-RCAP, in conjunction with Indiana Rural Water Association, will be conducting a Board Training for Small Utilities workshop on March 21, 2017 in Santa Claus, Indiana.


This 6-hour workshop has been approved for 6 general wastewater hours and 6 water hours from IDEM.


Upon successful completion of this training, attendees will receive a Certificate of Attendance and RCAP’s Utility Board Manual.


Information covered will include:

·         Managerial

o   Board Responsibilities

o   Productive Board Meetings

o   Public Relations and Customer Service

o   Board Policies and Recordkeeping


·         Financial

o   Budgets

o   Rate Setting

o   Asset Management

o   Capital Improvements

o   Billings and Collection Strategies


·         Technical

o   Understanding Your Permit(s)

o   Adequate Collection, Treatment, Storage, and Distribution

o   Working With Your Operator

o   Certified Operator Classifications

o   Operator’s Responsibilities

o   New Rules and Regulations

o   Utility Safety, Security, and Cooperation


If you are unable to join us in Santa Claus, but would like to schedule this training in your area, please give us a call and we will gladly work with you.


For additional details and to download a registration form or register on-line, please visitt:  http://www.indianaruralwater.org/events/

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