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AWA and WSAA are pleased to provide the water industry with a nationally coordinated approach to the delivery of NWP 40107 Certificate IV in Water Operations (Trade Waste) . The qualification is recognised by Australia’s largest water utilities as a key requirement for those working in the trade waste/source management field. It supports the work of supervisors and technical experts responsible for the management and implementation of source management policies, plans and approvals as well as those coordinating and monitoring source control, commercial/industrial wastewater treatment and discharge or wastewater collection systems.
It is a regulatory requirement that Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) meet the legislative requirements of the state and territory jurisdictions they are operating in.
This course will be customised to meet the local regulatory/legislative requirements of trade waste staff working in metropolitan, and rural and regional areas across Australia.
NWP 40107 Certificate IV in Water Operations (Trade Waste) supports the work of supervisors and technical experts who contribute to contract management, as well as those coordinating and monitoring: surface water system's operations, water storage catchment activities, groundwater system usage, wastewater collection systems, and the implementation of trade waste policies and plans.
The course has a duration of one to two years. Study commitment of half a day per week is recommended and employers are encouraged to offer these hours in work time. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) applies.
SkillsTech Australia TAFE QLD and TAFE NSW - Riverina Institute are the Registered Training Organisations (RTO) to deliver NWP 40107 Certificate IV in Water Operations (Trade Waste) during the first round of training.