IMPORTANT: If this is your first time transferring into HCC and would like to get registered while your official evaluation is being completed, you must:
Be prepared to present an unofficial copy of your transcript(s) from any and all of your institutions previously attended. If you do not have an unofficial to present to the advisor for your advising session we will not be able to assist you with registration
Review the Transfer-In Student Advising Checklist below.
The Water Management Certificate covers the operation of water treatment plants from both ground and surface water sources as well as the water distribution systems that deliver treated water to residential, commercial, industrial and government customers. Connecticut continually needs qualified individuals in the water treatment and distribution areas to fill positions in the increasing number of facilities.
Certification by the CT Department of Public Health Drinking Water Section is required to operate water treatment and distribution facilities. Gateway’s Water Management Certificate program offers a sequence of courses to prepare students for the Connecticut Department of Health certification examinations. Successful completion of the program provides the necessary education requirements to take the CT Department of Public Health’s highest class water industry license examinations (Class IV Water Treatment and Class III Distribution). If successful, graduates are licensed as Operators-in-Training; OIT licenses become full licenses after work experience requirements are met. CT DPH licenses are recognized by most other states.