This 3-½ day course introduces participants to injuries as a public health problem. It addresses the principles of effective injury prevention through a combination of presentations, case histories, and group exercises.
Water Treatment – Level 2 Training and Certification Examination
April 28-May 2, 2014
Hosted by the City of Tempe
South Tempe Water Treatment Plant
6600 S. Price Rd.
Tempe, Arizona 85283
Wastewater Treatment – Level 1 Training and Certification Examination
For Wastewater Operators
May 13-16, 2014
Hosted by the Ak-Chin Indian Community
Ak-Chin Water Reclamation (Wastewater Treatment) Facility
42600 W. Ralph Street
Maricopa, Arizona 85139
Safe Drinking Water Act 101:
Basics and Consumer Confidence Reports
May 20-23, 2014
Hosted by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community
Two Waters Complex
10005 E. Osborn Rd.
Scottsdale, Arizona 85256
Water Treatment – Level 1 Training and Examination
For Water Operators
May 19-23, 2014
Hosted by the Santa Ana Pueblo
AMERIND Training Center
502 Cedar Drive
Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico 87004
ITCA is excited for the 2014 Training year.
The 2014 Training and Exam Calendar of the ITCA Tribal Water and Wastewater Operator Certification Program is now available! Hardcopies are being mailed to our Tribal contacts.
Please contact the Tribal Water Systems Program at (602) 258-4822 if you have any questions or if you would like us to mail you a calendar.
ITCA-APPROVED COMPUTER-BASED PDH TRAINING
The ITCA Program offers FREE access to computer-based (online/internet) trainings that are ITCA-approved for renewal PDH credit. The goal of this endeavor is to make continuing professional development training more accessible to certified Tribal operators for renewal purposes, thus reducing the need for costly travel. ITCA purchased a limited number of access licenses from an online training provider to offer generalized PDH training courses during the 2014 fiscal year. These licenses will provide a certified operator with access to the online courses for a specified time period. Course durations (Professional Development Hours) vary, depending on subject and skill level being covered. Please note that training contact hours from these online training courses cannot be applied towards the 10 PDH certification-specific requirement described above. Tribal operators with ITCA-issued certification who have access to the internet are encouraged to apply for enrollment in this online continuing professional development training program. If interested, please download and submit the enrollment application form below. For more information, please contact the TWS Program Staff at (602) 258-4822.
We are happy to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of WIC! WIC is one of our country’s most important public health programs, and it has enriched the lives of millions of families over the years. WIC improves birth outcomes, reduces infant mortality, and prepares kids for learning.
We are excited to join with the National WIC Association in this celebration by sharing the video and print materials they created to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of WIC. They have developed short animated videos and print pieces to help illustrate what WIC does and how it helps strengthen families. Go to WICturns40.org to view these amazing materials.
Module I: UST Installation and Module III: UST Decommissioning and Removal – March 11-13, 2014 – Temecula, CA
Module I: UST Installation and
Module III: UST Decommissioning and Removal
March 11-13, 2014
Pechanga Casino & Resort
45000 Pechanga Parkway
MODULE I AND III PRESENTATION NOTES
Before attending ITCA Modules I and III UST Training, it is important that attendees either download or print the following three (3) presentation note pages and bring to class:
- Module I Presentation Notes: Click Here
- Module III Presentation Notes: Click Here
- Installation Slide Show Notes: Click Here
* Binders will be provided by ITCA for attendees
ADDITIONAL REFERENCES AND PUBLICATIONS
Download the following electronic copies and store the items on work computers/thumb drives for class and future reference:
Federal Rule (40 CFR Part 280): http://www.epa.gov/oust/fedlaws/cfr.htm
USEPA Publications: http://www.epa.gov/oust/pubs/index.htm
• Closing Underground Storage Tanks – Brief Facts
• Automatic Tank Gauging Systems for Release Detection – Reference Manual for UST
• Operating and Maintaining UST Systems
• UST Systems: Inspecting and Maintaining Sumps and Spill Buckets
• Overfill Prevention: Best Management Practices for Your Underground Storage Tank
• Financial Responsibility: Best Management Practices for Your Underground Storage
• Spill Buckets: Best Management Practices for Your Underground Storage Tank
Legacy of ITCA Project
The ‘Legacy of the Inter Tribal Council of Arizona’ Project (hereinafter referred to as “Project”) is analyzing the role of ITCA in the development of national Indian policy from the critical era following World War II to the present. The Project is exploring the role of Tribes in Arizona and ITCA in the development of federal self-determination policy and practices focusing on the perspectives of tribal leaders who founded and led the Association. The Project is also documenting the evolution of ITCA, including interviews with executive staff, identifying the goals and activities from its earliest years, as well as the strategies and tactics used by ITCA’s leadership in accomplishing collective goals over time.
Tribal Utility Management Certification-Level 1 (TUMC-1)
For Tribal Water and Wastewater Utility Personnel
Testing for TUMC-1 will be made available starting early 2014.
The Inter Tribal Council of Arizona (ITCA) Tribal Water System Program is dedicated to providing technical assistance to tribes in order to develop technical, managerial, and financial capacity (TMF), as well as water & wastewater utility sustainability through education, access to resources, training, and technical assistance. The program partners with federal agencies and other organizations to ensure these services are available to Tribal Water Utility operators and managers.
Information coming soon!
For more information, please contact Patrick McMullen (602) 258-4822.
TRIBAL TRAINING OFFICER
ICS Train-the-Trainer Course Prerequisites
Prerequisite Course List:
☐ IS-100.b, Introduction to the Incident Command System (ICS), ICS-100.
☐ IS-200.b, Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents, ICS-200.
☐ ICS-300, Intermediate Incident Command System (ICS).
☐ ICS-400, Advanced Incident Command System (ICS).
☐ IS-700.a, National Incident Management System (NIMS), an Introduction.
☐ IS-800.b, National Response Framework (NRF), an Introduction.
☐ Demonstrate a working knowledge of ICS through experience and/or training.
Letter of Experience and/or Training:
☐ Previously attended classes in adult education. Formal instructor training such as college courses, National Wildlife Coordinating Groups Facilitative Instructor M410 course, Emergency Management Institute’s Master Trainer Program, National Fire Academy’s Instructional Methodology class, or DHS Office of Grants and Training’s Instructor Training Certification course, or equivalent (Fire Instructor II/III, EMS PI, EMA Instructional/Presentation Skills, FEMA Master Trainer, ILEA instructor, etc.)
Letter of IC, Command, General Staff positions:
☐ Participants must have worked as IC, command or general staff positions on incidents that went longer than one operational period or involved a written action plan and involved multiagency coordination.
Additional information on the Tribal Training Officer ICS Train-the-Trainer Course to be posted in the near future. The Tribal Training Officer Prerequisites are based on the FEMA/NIMS Instructor Training Prerequisites, dated February 2008.
Date: June 3-5, 2014
Location: Tropicana Express Hotel & Casino, Laughlin, Nevada
ITCA WIC has a new look!
WIC has a new logo that reflects the revitalized energy that we use every day to offer participant-centered services to WIC clients across the state. WIC staff provides individualized care and positive support to each and every WIC family.
Watch for our new look beginning October 1, 2013 on ID folders, vendor window decals and nutrition education materials.