The Bay Area Water Supply & Conservation Agency (BAWSCA) is excited to host a four-day QWEL class series at the Mid-Peninsula Water District. At this time, the QWEL class is being offered to attendees FREE of charge.
The training provides landscape professionals with 20 hours of education on soil and sustainability principles; plant water needs; irrigation system design and maintenance; and irrigation system programming and operation. In order to obtain QWEL certification, individuals must demonstrate their ability to perform an irrigation system audit and pass an exam. Those who earn their QWEL certification will be listed as a Certified Professional on the QWEL and U.S. EPA WaterSense websites.
By registering for this QWEL training you agree to attend all of the following sessions:
Attendees will receive a copy of the QWEL reference manual, which can also be downloaded here. The QWEL manual consists of the following ten section topics:
Space is limited. Registration Closes: 3/13/2020 or when class is full.
Please register for the QWEL class by clicking on the blue button below. (Note that you will be prompted to create a QWEL account if you don’t already have one).
Mid-Peninsula Water District
3 Dairy Lane
Belmont, CA 94002
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Presenter: 1.) Lori Palmquist, CID, CIC, CLIA, CLWM, QWEL, WWLP, Irrigation educator, designer and consultant. 2.) Lisa Cuellar: QWEL, Permaculture certified, M.S. Civil Engineering (Water Resources), Program Manager, CalWEP.
When: Wednesday, March 18th, 2020 8:30 am - 3:00 pm
Registration Closes: 03/13/2020
Sponsored by: California Water Efficiency Partnership
For more information, contact:Michael Walker