EPA’s Drinking Water Training System (DWTS) is Back Online

EPA’s Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water announced this week that the web-based Drinking Water Training System (DWTS) is once again available online.

EPA developed the Drinking Water Training System (DWTS) to address a national need for rules training. The self-paced DWTS provides an overview of the National Primary Drinking Water Regulations, including modules on the Airline Drinking Water Rule, and is available to anyone interested in drinking water regulations. Once a participant creates an account and selects a curriculum, and the training system tracks their progress. When a participant finishes a curriculum, they may print out a certificate of completion. Access the online training system at: https://cfpub.epa.gov/epa_dwts/dsp_welcome.cfm

In addition to some backend improvements, the online training system now has a suite of training modules that focus on sustainability topics, including Capacity Development, Asset Management, Assessing Financial Capacity, Operator Certification, and Drinking Water Program Collaboration.

If you have questions about the DWTS, please get in touch with Ed Moriarty at moriarty.edwardj@epa.gov.