Q: How do I purchase Wastewater Treatment Fundamentals I – Liquid Treatment?

A: You can purchase the book or online package on WEF’s online bookstore.  


Q: Can I purchase just the print edition?

A: Yes, you can purchase the print edition only.

 

Q: Can I purchase just the online version?

A: No, the print edition is a complimentary addition to the online version.

 

Q: What’s the difference between the print and online versions?

A: The online training covers the same chapters and topics as the print edition.  However, the online training includes a final exam for which you have the potential to earn CEUs. It also includes chapter-level practice tests, with unlimited retakes, to prepare for the final exam and detailed feedback for incorrect answers to interim quiz and chapter-level practice test questions. The online course also includes video clips to accompany material presented in the course.

 

Q: Can I earn CEUs for online training?

A: Yes, you have the potential to earn CEUs with a passing grade on the final exam of the online course.

 

Q: Is there a bulk order discount?

A: Yes, there is a discount for bulk orders. Please contact kdemarco@wef.org for bulk pricing.  

 

Q: As an employer or trainer, can I purchase the course for use by an individual or group?

A:Yes, you can purchase for multiple people. Please contact onlinetraining@wef.org for any group purchases.

 

Q: Which browsers are compatible with the online training?

A: The online training portal is compatible with all of the more popular browsers currently used today that are compatible with HTML5 including: Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Note that third party content may have different browser requirements. For the most secure browsing experience, we strongly recommend using the most recent version of whatever browser you choose to use.

Learner Community supported browsers include:

  • IE 9 and greater
  • Firefox 4 and greater*
  • Google Chrome*
  • Safari 5 and greater

* These browsers automatically update themselves behind the scenes to the most current version.

 

Q: Does Wastewater Treatment Fundamentals I –Liquid Treatment align with the latest ABC Need-to-Know Criteria?

A: Yes, the training course was developed in cooperation with ABC and is aligned with the latest Need-to-Know Criteria.

 

Q: When will Wastewater Treatment Fundamentals II – Solids Handling and Support Systems be available?

A: Wastewater Treatment Fundamentals II– Solids Handling and Support Systems is currently scheduled to be published in 2019.

 

Q: Who do I contact with questions?

A: You can contact our Product Manager, Karah DeMarco about purchasing options or specific questions about the book. She can be reached at kdemarco@wef.org.

 

How to Order

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Call 1.800.666.0206
Email csc@wef.org 

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