• Intro to Management - Becoming a Lead or Supervisor• Moving into Mid-Level Management • Executive Leadership - General Managers and Officials
State agencies also use the information to assess content and speaker credentials when assigning Continuing Education Units (CEUs). We will contact authors selected for the program in April of 2019. At that time, we will ask authors to submit a Speaker Release Form.
Below is a list of the information you will need to complete an abstract. Once you gather this information, it should take you less than 15 minutes to fill out the four pages.
A copy of the form with your responses will be e-mailed from Google Forms to the e-mail address above; please check your spam filter if you do not find it in your in-box.
Please consider whether your topic could meet the water or wastewater CEU relevancy requirements, and if so, tell us how so we can make the most of the conference training opportunities for certified operators who require continuing education credits. To qualify for CEUs, the subject matter must be targeted to certified operators who will use it to make decisions that improve water quality, water supply or public health protection, AND it has to be directly relevant to operating and maintaining water systems, or managing those O&M activities. Learning that focuses on information sharing rather than an organized continuing education experience will not qualify for CEUs in Washington.
If your presentation is targeted to a different audience, such as public officials, simply make that note that in the CEU relevancy slot, and continue on with the remainder of the form. Please also tell us which of the 3 tracks listed above BEST fits your presentation.
"Leadership Symposium"Vision - "To lead the water industry in professional management and leadership development"Mission - "To create resources to equitably develop, promote and retain successful leaders in the Pacific Northwest Section"
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