Whether you’re an employer or someone looking to get hired on, having the skills, attitude and knowledge you need to work in the field is one of the foundational blocks to a successful career. Employers that recognize the value of their employee’s to their business success, understand the value of education and training to make them more competitive. Existing employee’s understand what they have to contribute to the team when they know what their job is and have the skills to perform their responsibilities with confidence.
The Washington Onsite Sewage Association wants to help its members find the learning program that will help you succeed, whether you’re a company owner or you are an individual building or improving your knowledge. With extensive class offerings that meet you specific skill development and crossover learning opportunities that are integrated with all industry segments, you can find a success pathway to meet your personal and company goals. WOSSA classes are recognized by the regulatory agencies for the ongoing education CEU requirements across the state.
We’ve heard all too often, “Why should I train my future competition” … But, if you’re a smart business owner, you look at education of your workforce as an investment in your success and theirs … as an owner you will also get respect and loyalty of your employees. If you’re an individual looking to develop the skills to enter the on-site industry or simply build on your current experience to get a shot at a good job and a career, the WOSSA Training Center can help.
We are working with other counties to bring them onto the program, so call or check back often. Reciprocity exists between these LHJ's for this exam, meaning you only have to take the test once, but additional requirements for education (CEU's), experience, insurance and bonding are required and may be different. Contact your LHJ for more specifics on these questions click on the “County LHJ Links” Button.