The Groundwater Summit is now part of Groundwater Week! The Science & Engineering Forum at Groundwater Week 2022 offers a full lineup of educational offerings starting the morning of Tuesday, December 6. Whether you need CEUs for certification or state licensing, want a refresher session, or would like to learn something new, you’ll find it here.
Click here to access the program lineup that includes platform and poster presentations, extended learning sessions, distinguished lecturers, and more.
Bonus short course!
Come early to Las Vegas to take advantage of attending the one-day short course, Introduction to Groundwater Geochemistry, being taught by Bill Deutsch. Designed for groundwater professionals who need an introduction or refresher on groundwater geochemistry, this course will provide you with an introduction to the important geochemical processes that produce and control the concentrations of dissolved constituents in groundwater. Click here to learn more and to register for this course. (Please note there is a separate fee for the course and you must register for it separately from registering to attend Groundwater Week.)
Continuing education credit
The Science & Engineering Forum at Groundwater Week will provide a variety of technical learning opportunities that include oral platform presentations, distinguished lectures, and extended learning sessions. The program includes two concurrent sessions. The maximum number of continuing education hours is 14. Potential continuing education hours by day are —
- Tuesday: 6 hours
- Wednesday: 4 hours
- Thursday: 4 hours.
New for 2022, you can track your continuing education hours via the Groundwater Week mobile app by scanning into each session with your phone or having an NGWA staff member scan your name badge as you enter the room. You will be emailed a transcript of all your Groundwater Week sessions following the conference or you may print a copy on-site at the education booth.
Please note: Some states require preapproval of continuing education hours. NGWA will post the states that have granted preapproval, but you are ultimately responsible for understanding and completing your state’s specific requirements.