At least twice a year Wastewater 101 reviews the information needed to help course attendees study for the Indiana Department of Environmental Management’s (IDEM) Wastewater Operator Exam. The result keeps the information relative and up to date while Barb tries to deliver it in a way that keeps you engaged and most important awake through each session. We hope that passing the exam happens for all of our students, but we also hope they walk away with enough knowledge and confidence to operate their own plant and when problems occur make an attempt to troubleshoot.
Wastewater 101 wants to say Congratulations to the following people who took one of the Spring Certification Review courses offered throughout Indiana and passed the exam. We are hoping that you will continue to increase your personal knowledge and increase the level of certification you hold.
Steve Kuhn – Apprentice I
John Cicchelli – Class C
Gary Rogers – Class II
Caleb Osborne – Class III
James Franklin Thomas – Class III
Joe Meyer – Class II and Class B
Gerald Vigar – Class A
Daniel Holderread – Class I
Lindsey Grossmann – Class II and A
Kurt Hopkins – Class A
Mark Boyd – Class A
Joe Hood – Class II
Kevin Rybak – Class III
Joe Elery Class I
Fredrick Dullen Hedges – Class III
Brad Boyd – Class I
Reviewing the pass/fail rate of the IDEM’s spring exam Wastewater 101 is proud to find we have an 87% pass rate on the spring exam, this includes both municipal and industrial classifications, and we have the only Apprentice Level to pass the exam (out of 25) taking the test, Steve Kuhn attended the weekly course given in Muncie.