QWEL Pros have been trained in efficient irrigation principles and sustainable landscaping practices, and can help to:
The training calendar includes QWEL certification workshops and other classes provided by QWEL Professional Certifying Organizations (PCOs). FREE, or low cost, 20-hour certification workshops include everything needed to become certified including an irrigation audit and exam.
Click on the class name to see the full details and to register. To register for a class you will be asked to either login or create a new user account for the QWEL website.
QWEL is currently offered by water agencies, schools and colleges in a variety of locations across the United States. If QWEL is not currently offered in your area please refer to the following page: Adopt QWEL in Your Region.
|California Community Colleges Agriculture, Water, and Environmental Technology Sector||Reedley, CA|
|California Water Efficiency Partnership||Sacramento, CA|
|Chino Basin Water Conservation District||Montclair, CA|
|City of Aspen||Aspen, CO|
|City of Bozeman||Bozeman, MT|
|City of Kelowna||Kelowna, BC|
|City of Santa Fe||Sante Fe, NM|
|College of Western Idaho||Boise , ID|
|Eagle River Water & Sanitation District||Vail, CA|
|Metropolitan Water District of Southern California||Los Angeles, CA|
|Municipal Water District of Orange County||Fountain Valley, CA|
|New Mexico Water Conservation Alliance||Gallup , NM|
|Regional Water Authority||Citrus Heights, CA|
|San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District||Redlands, CA|
|San Diego County Water Authority||San Diego, CA|
|Sonoma-Marin Saving Water Partnership||Santa Rosa, CA|
|South Metro Water Supply Authority||Greenwood Village, CO|
|University of Nevada, Reno Extension||Reno, NV|
|Utah State University Cooperative Extension||Logan, UT|
|WaterNow Alliance||San Francisco, California|