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Water Quality Management Videos

Women in WQM
Women in Water Quality Management
Your Career Starts Here!
Your Career Starts Here
The WQM Industry for the Next Generation
The WQM Industry for the Next Generation
Changing Careers to Water Treatment
Changing Careers to Water Treatment

Water Quality Management Factsheets

Who We Are .pdf format
The Water Quality Management Technology (WQM) program at Red Rocks Community College is one of 12 centers in the country with a comprehensive program that prepares students for employment in water and wastewater operations and other water industries.

Associate of Applied Science in Water Quality Management Technology.pdf format
Red Rocks Community College’s Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Water Quality Management Technology (WQM) is a two-year, full-time program.

Bachelors of Applied Science in Water Quality Management Technology .pdf format

Red Rocks Community College's Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree in Water Quality Management Technology (WQM) is a four-year, full-time program.

Water Quality Management Certificates.pdf format
WQM certificates represent a series of course combinations that are often used to show water industry employers academic accomplishments.

Need-To-Know Criteria: Teaching to National Standards.pdf format
The Water Quality Management Technology (WQM) program at Red Rocks Community College is the only educational institution in Colorado to comply with and present all Need-To-Know criteria developed by the Associated Boards of Certification (ABC), a national organization that provides testing for professional certification in Drinking Water Treatment and Distribution, and Wastewater Collection and Treatment.

Distribution Training Lab.pdf format
Colorado’s most advanced hands-on water distribution training lab is located at the Environmental Training Center, home to the Water Quality Management Technology (WQM) program at Red Rocks Community College.

WQM Internships .pdf format
The staff of RRCC Internship Services works closely with the WQM career coach and water industry employers to match students’ skills and classroom training with positions in water and wastewater treatment plants.

Requirements to Gain & Maintain Operator Licensing.pdf format
Our program operates closely with the state licensing system to prepare students to obtain and/or maintain employment in water quality and wastewater management fields.