Education
 

State-Approved NGWA Courses

Agencies from the following states recognize certain NGWA short courses for their continuing education programs. The NGWA course title is listed on each respective state page, along with the credits awarded by each state for the successful completion of each course.

 

Connecticut

Connecticut Board of Examiners of Environmental Professionals

Course titleCECs
Analysis and Design of Aquifer Tests Including Slug Tests and Fracture Flow — CTLEP-06125
Application of Ground Water Geochemistry — CTLEP-05821.5
Aquifer Tests: Operations and Parameter Estimation — CTLEP-08817
Assessment and Management of MTBE-Impact Sites — CTLEP-03916
Comprehensive Ground Water Management Using Microsoft Access (course also known as Applied Ground Water Data Management Using MS Access Oracle and SQL Server) — CTLEP-04617
Computer Modeling of Natural Attenuation and Bioremediation Systems — CTLEP-03824
Design and Construction of Wells — CTLEP-08917
​Environmental Geochemistry of Metals: Investigation and Remediation — CTLEP-33423.5​
Estimating Times of Remediation Associated with Monitored Natural Attenuation and Contaminant Source Control — CTLEP-13816
Fracture Trace and Lineament Analysis Application to Ground Water Resources Characterization — CTLEP-06028
Fundamentals of Ground Water Geochemistry — CTLEP-09015.25
Geostatistics and the Data Quality Objectives Process for Environmental Remediation Decision-Making — CTLEP-04519
Groundwater/Surface Water Interactions: Field and Mathematical Approaches to Evaluating Groundwater Seepage — CTLEP-45616.0
Introduction to Ground Water — CTLEP-13724
​Introduction to Groundwater Geochemistry Reaction Modeling — CTLEP-333​16.0
Low-Cost Remediation Strategies for Contaminated Soil and Ground Water — CTLEP-019r23 1/4
Model Calibration Using PEST — CTLEP-1368
The MODFLOW Course — CTLEP-13424
Natural Attenuation for Remediation of Contaminated Sites — CTLEP-06222.5
Natural Attenuation of Fuel Hydrocarbons and Chlorinated Solvents — CTLEP-4224
Natural Attenuation Risk Assessment and Risk-Based Corrective Action — CTLEP-09144
Principles and Practices of Forced Air — CTLEP-02324
Principles of Ground Water: Flow, Transport, and Remediation — CTLEP-03724
Water Well Rehabilitation — CTLEP-05916.5

Massachusetts

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Registration of Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup Professionals

Course titleCredits
2008 NGWA Conference on Eastern Regional Ground Water Issues — 1298-086
Analysis and Design of Aquifer Tests Including Slug Tests and Fracture Flow — 1026A27
Application of Ground Water Geochemistry — 1061A21
Applications of Health Risk Assessment for Environmental Decision-Making — 1056A16
Aquifer Tests: Operations and Parameter Estimations — 119516
Assessment and Management of MTBE-Impact Sites — 114916
Comprehensive Ground Water Management Using Microsoft Access — 116316
Computer Modeling of Natural Attenuation and Bioremediation Systems — 112228
Environmental Forensics: Methods and Applications — 125715.5
​Environmental Geochemistry of Metals: Investigation and Remediation —118322​
Estimating Times of Remediation Associated with Monitored Natural Attenuation and Contaminant Source Removal — 123716
Fracture Trace Lineament Analysis — 118428
Fractured Rock Conference 2004 — 1269variable
Fundamentals of Ground Water Geochemistry — 1060A16
GIS and Data Management for Ground Water Modeling — 119724
​Groundwater/Surface Water Interactions: Field and Mathematical Approaches to Evaluating Groundwater Seepage (#242) — 1633​​14
IBM PC Applications in Risk Assessment Remediation and Modeling — 105940
Introduction to Ground Water — 123624
​Introduction to Groundwater Geochemistry Reaction Modeling (#239) — 145616​
Low-Cost Remediation Strategies of Contaminated Soil and Ground Water — 123924
Model Calibration Using PEST — 12388
The MODFLOW Course — 1270a31
with optional exercises — 33
Natural Attenuation for Remediation of Contaminated Sites — 1064A16
Natural Attenuation for Remediation of Contaminated Sites — 118522
Natural Attenuation Risk Assessment and Risk-Based Corrective Action — 119844
Practical Applications of Ground Water Geochemistry — 106117
Principles and Practice of Forced Air Remediation — 114824
Principles of Ground Water: Flow, Transport, and Remediation — 1066A21
Probability Statistics and Geostatistics for Environmental Professionals — 102720
Risk Assessment for Environmental Professionals — 105716
Soil and Ground Water Modeling for Soil Cleanup Level Evaluation — 106312
Transport and Fate Principles and Parameter Estimation — 112015
Treatment Technology for Contaminated Soil and Ground Water — 1054A21
Understanding Migration Assessment and Remediation of Non-Aqueous Phase Liquids — 1062A20
Use of MODFLOW for Simulations of Ground Water Flow and Advective Transport — 106536
Visual MODFLOW — 1025A24

Oklahoma

Oklahoma Corporation Commission Petroleum Storage Tank Division

Course titleCEUs
Advanced Ground Water Modeling Techniques for Evaluating Natural Attenuation21
Advanced Ground Water Modeling Techniques for Evaluation Performance of Natural Attenuation and Enhanced Bioremediation21
Analysis and Design Aquifer Tests Including Slug Tests and Fracture Flow24
Applied Ground Water Data Management Using Microsoft Access Oracle and SQL Server16
Applications of Ground Water Geochemistry21
Aquifer Tests: Operations and Parameter Estimation16
Assessment and Management of MTBE-Impacted Sites16
Computer Modeling of Natural Attenuation and Bioremediation32
Design and Construction of Wells16
Economic Analysis for Ground Water Remediation: A Tool for Decision-Making16
Enterprise Ground Water Data Management Using Microsoft Access Oracle and SQL Server16
Estimating Times of Remediation Associated with Monitored Natural Attenuation and Contaminant Source Removal16
Fracture Trace and Lineament Analysis Application to Ground Water Resources Characterization21
Fundamentals of Ground Water Geochemistry16
Geophysics for Environmental and Ground Water Applications16
Geostatistics and the Data Quality Objectives Process for Environmental Remediation Decision-Making21
GIS and Data Management for Ground Water Modeling21
Isotropic and Hydrogeological Characterization of Fractured Rock Settings: Current and New Approaches16
Low-Cost Remediation Strategies of Contaminated Soil and Ground Water16
Model Calibration Using PEST8
The MODFLOW Course24
MTBE Treatment Technology16
Multiphase Modeling of NAPL Spills Using UTCHEM24
Natural Attenuation for Remediation of Contaminated Sites21
Natural Attenuation Risk Assessment and Risk-Based Corrective Action
Principles and Practice of Forced Air Remediation21
Principles of Ground Water: Flow, Transport, and Remediation21
Screening Modeling for Natural Attenuation16
Screening Modeling for Natural Attenuation with Bioscreen Biochlor and the NA TOOL KIT16
Successful Remediation Technologies15
Three-Dimensional Ground Water Flow and Contaminant Modeling for Natural Attenuation Remediation Design and Water Resource Management21
Understanding Migration and Remediation of Non-aqueous Phase Liquids (LNAPLS and DNAPLS) 19
Visual MODFLOW — 1025A
24
Understanding Migration Assessment and Remediation of LNAPLs and DNAPLs Attenuation21
Understanding Migration and Remediation of Non-aqueous Phase Liquids (LNAPLS and DNAPLS)19

South Carolina

The South Carolina Board of Registration for Geologists has advised that NGWA's Groundwater Week (formerly Expo), conferences, and short courses are preapproved.

NGWA's automatic preapproval is listed on the South Carolina Board of Registration for Geologists website in the CE Guidelines, under the "education" section.

Texas

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (formerly TNRCC)

Course titleCEUs
Analysis and Design of Aquifer Tests Including Slug Tests and Fracture Flow27
Application of Health Risk Assessment for Environmental Decision Making16
​Applications of Groundwater Geochemistry16​
Aquifer Tests: Operations and Parameter Estimation16
​Environmental Geochemistry of Metals: Investigation and Remediation​22
Fundamentals of Ground Water Geochemistry16
Introduction to Ground Water*24
Natural Attenuation for Remediation of Contaminated Sites*22
Practical Applications of Ground Water Geochemistry21
Principles of Ground Water: Flow, Transport, and Remediation21
Visual MODFLOW24