Texas | Tools and Techniques for Resiliency and Strategic Planning

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Date(s) - 11/29/2018
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
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Houston-Galveston Area Council

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Now more than ever, water utilities must learn to be resilient in the face of an uncertain future. This interactive workshop will give you tools to help identify risks and recognize opportunities to manage and plan for impacts. Techniques will also be shared to gather community and leadership support for your resiliency initiatives.

In this workshop, you will learn how to:

  • Identify critical community assets and assess their resilience
  • Build impact scenarios to define future opportunities, threats, and identify impacts on critical assets
  • Use tools to make planning decisions
  • Apply techniques to gain support, manage conflicts, and move your projects and ideas forward

Trainer: Sarah DiefendorfDirector, EFC West

Who Should Attend:
This workshop is designed for water systems serving 10,000 or fewer people (though systems of any size may attend), especially targeting local government systems facing financial challenges. Local government drinking water system managers, clerks, treasurers, elected officials, and others who budget and/or set rates are encouraged to attend. Owners of privately owned systems, consultants and technical assistance providers serving water systems are also invited to attend.

Credit Hours: This workshop will be submitted to the state for credit hours for water system operators.
Contact: Jes Eckerlin, jeschn01@syr.edu
Cost: Complimentary.

Credit Hours: This workshop will be submitted to the state for credit hours for water system operators.
Trainer: Sarah DiefendorfDirector, EFC West
Contact: Jes Eckerlin, jeschn01@syr.edu
Cost: Complimentary.

Who Should Attend:
This workshop is designed for water systems serving 10,000 or fewer people (though systems of any size may attend), especially targeting local government systems facing financial challenges. Local government drinking water system managers, clerks, treasurers, elected officials, and others who budget and/or set rates are encouraged to attend. Owners of privately owned systems, consultants and technical assistance providers serving water systems are also invited to attend.

            

Register for Workshop

Up to 3,300 people (about 1,000 accounts)
3,301 - 10,000 people (1,001 - 4,000 accounts)
10,001 people or above (4,001 or more accounts)
Not a water system