Water Well Video Logging Webinar

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Date: June 4, 2020
Location: Online 1-2 p.m. ET
CEUs: Please see the "Continuing education credit" tab below.

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Overview:

Whether for construction verification or forensic well performance assessment, video logging takes considerable planning and execution to be effective and efficient. Learn about effective video logging — the result of good well system analysis, planning the logging event, operator training, and onsite interpretation during logging events — in this hour-long webinar.

Continuing education credit

Only the person who is registered for the webinar will be eligible to earn continuing education credit. A certificate will be issued to those registered and engaged in the webinar.

To receive a continuing education certificate, the individual must be the person registered for the webinar and must attend the full session through the webinar platform.

This webinar has been approved for 1 hour of continuing education for contractors by the following state agencies:

  • Colorado Division of Water Resources
  • Florida Water Well Contractors Continuing Education Program
  • Indiana Department of Natural Resources (please provide NGWA with your Indiana license number and type for reporting)
  • Kentucky Division of Water (if submitted by attendee)
  • Minnesota Department of Health (please provide NGWA with your Minnesota certified representative number for reporting)
  • Montana Board of Water Well Contractors
  • New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (for pump installers)
  • New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (Contractors)
  • New Mexico Office of the State Engineer
  • Ohio Department of Health (please provide NGWA with your Ohio registration number and company being represented for reporting)
  • Tennessee Division of Water Supply
  • Utah Division of Water Rights
  • Washington Department of Ecology
  • Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (Well Driller and WDRO, Pump Installer)
  • Wyoming State Engineer's Office.

Attendance will also apply for 1 continuing education point for NGWA certified contractors, and 2 professional development credits for NGWA Certified Groundwater Professionals (CGWPs).

Fees
  • NGWA member — $29
  • Nonmember — $49

Connections are limited and registration closes at 11:59 p.m. ET June 3, unless the capacity is reached before then.

Participating in the webinar
  • The time for this webinar is shown in Eastern Time (ET) — click here to view the time in your time zone.
  • After registering, you will receive a confirmation email acknowledging your registration that contains instructions for accessing the presentation.
  • You will receive reminders emails one week, one day, and one hour before the presentation.
  • Please view the NGWA webinar FAQs page for more information including using GoToWebinar®.