NEWWA offers more than 300 training courses each year on distribution, treatment, water resources, public education, cross connection, backflow prevention, safety, security, and management. View our calendar to see and register for upcoming courses. Please note that you must establish a username and password in order to register for a course, even if you are not a NEWWA member. This page also includes full descriptions of courses via the Course Catalog.
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View other upcoming NEWWA events such as our symposiums, monthly meetings, and social events such as our annual ski classic and golf tournament.
Held in the fall each year (September), NEWWA's annual conference is a 4-day event that draws water works professionals from across New England. Technical session tracks, networking events, exhibitors, committee meetings, the annual membership recognition celebration (where the new NEWWA president is inducted), as well as major awards and the annual NEWWA Inc., business meeting all take place at this event.
NEWWA's largest annual event, which typically takes place at the end of March/early April, draws more than 3,000 water works professionals to the Worcester, Mass., DCU Center. The 2-day event includes a full exhibit hall with more than 180 vendors, 17 concurrent technical session tracks, a student poster session, committee meetings, and networking reception.
Call for Papers/Submit an Abstract...
NEWWA accepts presentation abstracts for many of its major events, specifically its monthly meetings, symposia, and two conferences. Visit this page for event dates, abstract submittal deadlines, contacts, and to download the abstract submittal form or submit one online.
Visit this page to request your transcript or a specific CEU form for any classes you have taken with NEWWA over the past 6 years. Operators who are applying for a license renewal with their state must provide proof of taking continuing education courses over their renewal period.
NEWWA is an authorized Continuing Education Unit (CEU) provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and its courses have a blanket approval by all six New England states' Boards of Certification. View this page for full information on IACET.