Webinars & Events

Webinars

The Private Well Class webinars are live enrichment sessions, in addition to the main email course material. We'll reinforce the topics in your email lessons with additional examples. The webinars are also your best opportunity to ask questions. You can find our upcoming dates below.

Webinar registration is separate from enrollment in the email class. Both are free, but they are different. Also, you must register for any of our webinar dates separately. During the webinar you will see the presentation on your computer screen and hear the presentation through your computer speakers.

Upcoming WebinarS

What Real Estate Professionals Need to Know about Homes with Well Water
November 12, 2020, 1pm Central
Registration

How to Find Local Information and Help
December 3, 2020, 1pm Central
Registration

4-Hour Workshop: Private Well Assessment and Outreach for EHPs
December 16, 2020, 1pm Central
Registration


Recent Webinars

Funding/Financing Options for Private Well Owners
October 13, 2020, 1pm Central
Recording

What Environmental Health Professionals Need to Know about Wells
September 8, 2020, 1pm Central
Recording

Is My Water Safe to Drink? - Common Questions about Private Wells
August 25, 2020, 1pm Central
Recording

Septic Systems 101
July 13, 2020, 1pm Central
Recording

Well Care 101 - What You Need to Know to Protect Your Family
June 11, 2020, 1pm Central
Recording

Is My Water Safe to Drink? - Common Questions about Private Wells
April 22, 2020, 1pm Central
Recording
  

What Environmental Health Professionals Need to Know about Wells
March 3, 2020, 1pm Central
Recording
 

Groundwater and Well Construction 101
May 20, 2020, 1pm Central
Recording

Water Testing and Treatment: Why, How, Where, and What to Do Next
February 11, 2020, 1pm Central
Recording

Well Care 101 - What You Need to Know to Protect Your Family
January 22, 2020, 1pm Central
Recording


The Private Well Class is a collaboration between the Rural Community Assistance Partnership and the University of Illinois, through the Illinois State Water Survey and the Illinois Water Resources Center, and funded by the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency.