Water and Wastewater Licensed Operators perform a vital role in maintaining the quality of both the human population and the natural environment. They have the necessary technical knowledge and skills to carry out water and wastewater treatment solutions. The results prevent environmental problems that could negatively impact air, land and water quality.
Northwest Campus offers courses for the water and wastewater treatment industry within Tarrant County and throughout the Texas state area. In-service training is also available on campus or at an on-site facility.
All courses are approved by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), the environmental licensing agency for the state of Texas.
The program courses are intended for:
Our Water and Wastewater Program is designed to provide students with the technical knowledge to competently perform in the water and wastewater utility industry. Graduates are eligible to apply and test for the appropriate TCEQ licensing exam providing all other TCEQ requirements are met.
EPCT 1015 Basic Water Works Operations
EPCT 1092 Water Laboratory (Includes student hands-on component)
EPCT 2001 Surface Water Production I
EPCT 2007 Groundwater Production
EPCT 2020 Water Distribution
EPCT 1025 Basic Wastewater Operations
EPCT 1092 Wastewater Laboratory (Includes student hands-on component)
EPCT 2050 Wastewater Treatment
EPCT 1030 Water Utility Safety
EPCT 1092 Water/Wastewater Securities
EPCT 2025 Water Utility Calculations
2014 Water and Wastewater Treatment (PDF will open in a new window)
Continuing Education Services
Marisa L. Reyes, Coordinator of Special Projects
Updated March 04, 2014