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ARCSA's Certified Associate (CA) Workshop, Austin, TX
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"ARCSA's ""Certified Associate"" (CA) Program recognizes those individuals in the rainwater harvesting industry in a support roll who have taken the time and effort to understand the importance, complexity, process and the health implications involved in rainwater harvesting and use. This one-day workshop is an introductory course for anyone interested in general knowledge about rainwater har-vesting for non-potable applications. This course provides an overview of rainwater-harvesting histo

11/7/2013
When: 11/7/2013
10:00 AM
Where: Austin Convention Center
500 E Cesar Chavez St
Austin, TX  78701
United States
Contact: Heather Kinkaide


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ARCSA's "Certified Associate" (CA) Program recognizes those individuals in the rainwater harvesting industry in a support roll who have taken the time and effort to understand the importance, complexity, process and the health implications involved in rainwater harvesting and use. Requirements for the "Certified Associate" (CA) recognition include:


1. Completion of the 1 day (6-8 hour) workshop
2. Completion and passing of a 50 question test
3. ARCSA membership 
4. application
5. To continue receiving this designation CA's must maintain ARCSA membership and submit 2 CEUs annually along with annual renewals.  ARCSA's "Certified Associate" Courses are open to the public and any industry professional in sales or related businesses to the rainwater harvesting industry and are pursuing a greater understanding of rainwater harvesting. The course is required for those seeking ARCSA CA designation.

This 6-8 hour course covers water issues, supply and demand calculations, tank sizing, material and location options, conveyance and delivery of water to its intended use and use options. Also water quality concerns for intended uses are covered along with national codes, and restrictions. 

Presented by an ARCSA approved instructor
Cost: $200 (unless offered by a sponsor-see the current workshop list on the ARCSA Home Page for more information)
Additional fee to become a CA: Application and testing fee: $75

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