Oklahoma Ground Water Association
Oklahoma Ground Water Association's (OGWA) is the only association that provides a united voice, education, networking, and business relationships for the oklahoma groundwater industryRead More About OWGA
2016 Continuing Education Classes
The Oklahoma Ground Water Association is partnering with the Oklahoma Water Resources Board to offer members FREE Continuing Education Classes in six locations across Oklahoma!
On-Site Registration opens at 8 a.m. | Classes begin at 8:30 a.m.
EACH SESSION = 4 CEU CREDIT HOURS
Sessions will include Oklahoma Rules and Regulations
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Join us at these locations:
- April 19, 2016
Tulsa Tech Center – Broken Arrow, F044 Auditorium
4000 West Florence Street, Broken Arrow, OK
- April 26, 2016
Franklin Technology Center
1301 West Stoval Road, Wilburton, OK
- April 27, 2016
Southern Oklahoma Technology Center
2610 Sam Noble Parkway, Ardmore, OK
- May 4, 2016
Oklahoma Panhandle State University
McKee Library Room 101
309 W. Sewell St., Goodwell, OK
- May 5, 2016
High Plains Technology Center
Main Bldg. Room 201-C
3921 34th St., Woodward, OK
- May 10, 2016
Western Technology Center – Burns Flat
621 Sooner Drive, Burns Flat, OK
International School of Well Drilling
Online Continuing Education Credits
We offer online continuing education credits through the International School of Well Drilling on a variety of topics including Oklahoma rules and regulations, drilling safety, basic geology, groundwater, aquifer storage recovery and injection wells. Find a complete list of course offerings for approved for continuing education credit in Oklahoma here.
OWRB Well Drillers and Pump Installers Page
To ensure the integrity of water well construction and prevent potential pollution of state groundwaters, the Oklahoma Water Resources Board supervises the licensing of water well drillers and pump installers. Licensed drillers are required to submit well logs online or by mail within sixty days of the completion of a new well or plugging or reconditioning of an existing well. Learn more here.
Oklahoma Ground Water Association’s (OGWA) mission is to serve as an advocate and resource for the ground water industry in Oklahoma.
The OGWA is an affiliate state program of the National Ground Water Association.