State Public Works Board Schedules Free Training

State Public Works Board Schedules Free Training

Four Free Trainings Offered In Locations Across The State To Assist Public Infrastructure System Managers.

OLYMPIA, Wash. –The Washington State Public Works Board is presenting four free trainings, one per month, at locations across the state between March and June. These events offer targeted training in public infrastructure system management.

Sessions allow opportunities for discussion of best practices and experiences among jurisdictions, and provide information and contact information for funding and technical assistance. These events present an opportunity for participants to interact with the state’s infrastructure system improvement team, known as Sync.

Additionally, two of the trainings will be two-day events, with the second day focused on community partnerships, economic development and community revitalization.

Event locations and dates are:

March 25 – Ellensburg, Kittitas Valley Event Center

April 7 & 8 – Auburn, Green River College

May 13 – Long Beach, Adrift Hotel

June 9 & 10 – Spokane, Spokane Community College

Registration is free, and the events are open to the public. Water and wastewater operator Continuing Education Units are offered.

Visit the Public Works Board technical assistance and training webpage for more information, and to complete the online registration.

If you need assistance or have questions, contact Jason Freeze at 360-725-3161 or

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