The Aboriginal Water and Wastewater Association of Ontario’s (AWWAO) continuous goal is to attain assurance that First Nations Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators are confident, efficient and effective in managing the purification of the water and the treatment of wastewater in their community.
The vision of the AWWAO has been built upon fifteen years of increasing provincial and federal government recognition of the importance of training and certification of First Nations Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators, thereby, achieving the AWWAO goals and objectives. This document is for the needs of the AWWAO, in order to continue preparing Ontario First Nations Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators educationally to be effective workers in a demanding workplace and to be productive community members.
AWWAO will be a non profit incorporated entity on April 2011. This action will allow AWWAO to enter into contribution agreements with federal and provincial governments as well as solicit private sponsorships.
AWWAO 18th Annual Conference – UPDATE
The Board of Directors at a meeting of February 25th, 2013 has voted not to charge late registration fees for members. The standard conference fee of $150 will be applicable. Any members who have already submitted their late registration fees will be reimbursed for the difference.