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All online continuing education courses are free. Pay only to receive your certificate of completion and for us to report your completed CE hours to the state. To begin, create your account below.


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Learn More About Kansas Water License Continuing Education

The State of Kansas, through the Department of Health and Environment (KDHE), administers a mandatory water and wastewater operator certification program. The program was begun in 1975 as a result of laws passed by the Kansas Legislature. The law requires all water supply systems and wastewater treatment facilities to be under the supervision of an operator certified by KDHE.

The program is administered through KDHE and provides for five certification levels for water operators, and five certification levels for wastewater operators. Every water supply system and wastewater treatment facility must be under the operational control of an operator certified at, or above the classification level of the system or facility.

In order to achieve certification, an individual must attain competency through study, training, and on-the-job experience. Once a minimum amount of experience has been gained, the individual must pass a written examination. Upon passing the written examination, KDHE will issue a certificate to the operator. The certificate must be renewed every two years.

Choose any course. All online courses are free to start. Pay only for your certificate that confirms you completed CE hours and for us to submit your hours to the state.

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Our continuing education courses are taught by electrical and water operator experts with decades of experience.

Our Kansas water and wastewater operator license continuing education online courses allow you to work at your own pace on your own time, from anywhere you’d like. Work from your desktop, laptop, tablet, or even a smartphone.

How to Renew Your Kansas Water Operator License

Kansas Water and Wastewater Operators are required to complete 5 - 10 continuing education hours for renewal every two years.

  • License Renewal Deadline: Staggered, every two years
  • Class I-IV operators are required to acquire ten (10) hours every two years.
  • Small System operators are required to acquire five (5) hours every two years.

Choose from multiple courses and only pay for online courses when you complete the course. Your certificate will be emailed after completing the course.

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"This course fit right into what I was doing on the job. I am out-of-state right now but with the online class I can get the state CE done and keep my license up to date - thanks..”

- M.R., Lexington, MS

How continuing education courses work

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Create your account

Complete the form on this page to create a personal account.

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Select a course

From within your account, choose from a list of accepted courses. All courses are free. Start and switch as often as you’d like.

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Complete your course online

Our course material is 100% online. Study at your own pace according to your schedule, using a desktop computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone.

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Report your hours

Upon course completion, you’ll receive a certificate that confirms you completed your continuing education hours. We’ll also rush report your CE hours directly to the state every business day.

Available Courses

You choose from a list of relevant Kansas water courses after you create an account.

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