2 DAY Rainwater Workshop
Oct. 13-14 2014 (NOTE CHANGE OF DATE)
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
This two day AP-level workshop is an in-depth rainwater-harvesting course required for those seeking ARCSA Accredited Professional (AP) status. This course provides attendees with knowledge for rainwater harvesting, both active and passive, design and installation for both outdoor and in-home rainwater use; sanitation for potable uses; rules and regulations, guidelines; business management; project planning; site and installation safety; and system. Restrictions, and system construction and maintenance.
Considering the water crisis in California, we will focus on central and southern California coast and coast range. We hope to see residents of Paso Robles, Los Osos, Cayucos, Morro Bay, Cambria, and San Luis Obispo attend as you folks live in water “islands” meaning you don’t have access to the other California water projects
This course will deal with residential, irrigation and larger commercial installations. The course will follow the Texas A&M University "Rainwater Harvesting Planning” manual, which is included in the course tuition.
LOCATION & TIME
Ludwig Community Center
864 Santa Rosa St.
San Luis Obispo, CA
Oct. 13-14 2014
8:00-5:00 each day
$395.00 Course Fee.
If you want to become accredited, there is an additional $150.00 testing fee and $60.00 ARCSA membership.
For more workshop information, Contact Tim Pope 360-317-4192 email@example.com
ARCSA Cancellation Policy
Cancellation requests received two weeks prior to the start of an event will receive a full refund less a $50 processing fee. In lieu of cancelling, you may choose to substitute another person for your registration for a $10 processing fee.ARCSA reserves the right to make changes to event programs and speakers and/or to cancel events due to circumstances beyond its control. Every effort will be made to contact each enrollee if an event is cancelled. ARCSA's liability for a cancelled event is limited to the refund of the program fee only or substitution/enrollment in another ARCSA workshop. By registering for an event, the registrant signifies his or her acceptance of this policy.
Passing the ARCSA exams indicates that you have demonstrated knowledge and skills deemed important by the rainwater harvesting community at a given point in time and at a given level of education. It is not a form of licensure, and is not an indication of professional competency in the field. Much of the information contained in this manual is based on techniques and best practices developed by nationally and internationally recognized associations and are published for use in the ARCSA Training and Certification Programs. ARCSA disclaims all liability for the use, application or adaptation of the information contained in this manual.
The Mission of the American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association is to promote sustainable rainwater-harvesting practices to help solve potable, non-potable, storm water and energy Challenges throughout the world.