The State of California Department of Public Health (CA-DPH) is the agency responsible for regulating all public water systems that operate within the Stare of California, and is responsible for issuing water distribution operator certifications to individuals involved in delivering potable water to the public.
Twice per year, approximately 2,500 individuals state-wide take the various levels of water distribution operator certification examinations. On average, less than 50% pass the examination. This exam review course is designed to assist students in preparing for the State of California Department of Public Health (CA-DPH) Water Distribution Operator D1 & D2 certification examinations.
Students are required to bring a calculator to class.
Note: To register for the state of California D1 certification examination, you must be a high school graduate or hold a GED. To register for the State of California D2 certification examination, you must first complete one 36 contact hour (3-unit) course of specialized training covering the fundamentals of either drinking water distribution or drinking water treatment.