Trainings and Events

*New*

RCAC has updated its registration system!

“Trainings and Events” now have their own pages to make it easier for you to find classroom and online trainings, or events such as the popular CalTAP or Funding Fairs. There is even a calendar view that lists trainings in chronological order or lets you search for trainings by month or category.

To access the new system, click on one of the following three links:

To use the registration system, you will need to set up a user profile. If you have not already set up a profile, click here for instructions. The registration system requires a valid email address. If you do not have a valid email address, please call to register or fax your registration form.

Click here for the Jan-June 2015 Drinking Water Workshop brochure

RCAC uses Blackboard for its online trainings. If you are taking one of RCAC’s online trainings, and need help or have questions about using Blackboard, click here for instructions.

RCAC aims to expand the knowledge base of the rural public through education and training. Our training expertise is in technical, financial, and administrative issues that affect rural communities. We take great pride in the capacity and effectiveness of our professional trainer team. Our trainers maximize audience participation to keep trainings relevant and memorable.

The TMF Tune-Up is a FREE, online technical, managerial and financial tool to help you assess your water system's strengths and weaknesses. It provides an Individualized Development Plan that includes relative scores in each of the TMF categories, a variety of pertinent components and a list of resources tailored to each water system's needs. Survey responses will be used for statistical purposes only and will NOT be provided to your regulator. To access the TMF Tune-Up click here.

Attention California Registered Environmental Health Specialists (REHS): The California Department of Public Health designated RCAC as a continuing education accreditation agency for REHS. Contact hours earned through attendance at RCAC drinking water, wastewater and solid waste trainings count toward REHS continuing education requirements.