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- Who Is WTTI?

- What is RO or Reverse Osmosis?

- What is Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Technician Program?

- Is Water Treatment a green job?

- ROTP Training Opportunities?

- Where can I work with ROTP Certification?

- How much money can I make with ROTP Certification?

- What will it take to get my Water Treatment Certification?

- Will I have to move to get a job?

Who Is WTTI?
WTTI is a company owned by the highly recognized water treatment consultant, David Paul. Mr. Paul founded this company to meet the increasing need for water treatment professionals. David H. Paul, Inc. (DHP) has been training water treatment professionals onsite and with many companies to train water technicians since 1988. With the need for a well-trained water treatment workforce, DHP, decided to take its training to the public to help meet the ever growing demand. Now all the water treatment resources that have been available to many popular and successful companies throughout the United States are now available to WTTI students. As well as the training WTTI provides. The ROTP certificate will give you an advantage over many other applicants plus you will have the full support of DHP’s placement team. DHP’s team will help you access those who make the hiring decisions among DHP industrial clients. In this current job environment, that in itself is worth the cost of tuition!department. DHP’s placement department will provide you access to those who make the hiring decisions. In this current job environment, that in itself is worth the cost of tuition!
What is RO or Reverse Osmosis?
Reverse Osmosis or RO is a membrane technology that removes many molecules and ions from water solutions. In nature, a semi-permeable membrane is used by our cells allowing only water and certain nutrients to pass into the cell, rejecting unwanted molecules. The transference of water and certain molecules from a less concentrated solution to a more concentrated solution into the cell is called Osmosis. For industrial use, we reverse this by applying pressure to the more concentrated solution side of a synthetic membrane only allowing water molecules to permeate through a membrane freely, trapping large molecules and flushing them away. Water filtration systems use this method to purify water for nearly every industry from cooling and cleaning of manufacturing equipment, to processing food and medications. It is also used to turn seawater into drinking water and for the removal water molecules themselves concentrating fruit beverages, and many, many more applications. The semiconductor industry uses the purest water in the world.
What is Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Technician Program?
ROTP is the acronym for Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Technician Program. It is a hybrid training program designed for students to enter the exciting world of high-tech water treatment. It consists of an online training component, and a hands-on training component. The ROTP can be completed in a very short time. It is a “work at your own pace” course of study. Call our admissions counselors now for more information. Fill out our form and start your new exciting career in Water Treatment today! Or call our admissions counselors today.
ROTP Training Opportunities
With ROTP Training and the DHP Certificate behind it, you will be granted the ability to write your own ticket to many different employment opportunities all over the world! WTTI’s graduates will enter the job market armed with knowledge in the membrane technology to find employment in many, many fields across essentially any industry anywhere on the planet. Sound lofty? When we say the planet, we mean that there even are jobs located in the ocean: Advanced Water Treatment professionals are needed on every major Cruise Ship that departs in any sea around the globe and jobs are even available on Deep Water Oil Rigs. With more and more industries requiring pure water every day, the career prospects really are limitless! Every company, city and country in the world needs pure water to function and the current amount of trained water treatment professionals doesn’t hold a candle to the demand. Below is just a small example of the countless number of industries who hire qualified Advanced Water Treatment Professionals like those who graduate with our training:

  • Cosmetics
  • Fragrances
  • Paper
  • Food & Beverage
  • Cruise Ships/Resorts
  • Municipal Drinking Water Facilities
  • Original Equipment Manufacturers
  • Service Companies
  • Pharmaceutical Companies
  • Biotech
  • Petrochemical
  • Power Generation
  • Water Parks
  • Amusement Parks
  • Government Agencies
  • Military
  • Microelectronics
  • Semiconductor Companies
  • Manufacturers
  • Countries where water treatment is in high demand
  • And much, much More!
Is Water Treatment a green job?
Another rare and upcoming field is water recycling, or the capturing and re-appropriation of ‘Gray Water.’ A sample of Gray Water is water that which is used in homes by washing dishes, showers, washing hands, etc. that can be reprocessed for use in secondary applications such as domestic, professional and municipal landscaping and on-site cooling systems. This process is currently being used in areas where water is scarce such as Scottsdale Arizona. It is considered sustainable and can provide steady and lucrative career for anyone who wants to help corporations, locally or globally, minimize their environmental footprint. Call our admissions counselors now for more information or fill out the form now.
Where can I work with ROTP Certification?
The demand for trained Advanced Water Treatment professionals clearly is very high and readily available everywhere in the world – but where exactly are these jobs, you ask? Good question! As a graduate from WTTI with the Reverse Osmosis Technician Program (ROTP) certificate that is backed by David H. Paul, Inc. and its reputation in water treatment throughout the world, the possibilities seem almost limitless. Many companies currently hiring Advanced Water Treatment professionals even consider our certificate over a degree, because the training is specific for the job. Here is a partial list of industries and companies in which our grads are currently working:

  • Intel, Fairchild Semiconductor
  • Pfizer, Bayer, Johnson & Johnson, Pharmaceutical
  • Amgen, APS, Luminent, Power Generation
  • Pepsi, Hilmar Cheese Company, Nestle Waters, Tropicana, Food and Beverage
  • Siemens, Dow Chemical, GE, Bell Composite, Honeywell, IBM, Hewlett Packard, Samsung, Proctor and Gamble, Manufacturing
  • Los Alamos Labs, Abbott Labs, Research Laboratory
  • Ford, GM, Nissan, Toyota, Automobile Manufacturers
  • Estee Lauder, Cosmetics and Fragrances
  • Chem Treat, Severn Trent Services, Crane, Original Equipment Manufacturers/Service
  • Kodak, Fuji Film, Film
  • Kimberly Clark, Paper and Pulp
How much money can I make with ROTP Certification?
Here is an example for Water Treatment Plant and System Operators taken from the site for the Bureau of Labor and statistics:
What will it take to get my Water Treatment Certification?
The ROTP training is set up as a hybrid online/on-campus program which allows students to work at your own pace. The program itself must be completed within 12 months from the date of enrollment, but can be completed earlier. The timing for the course is typically, about 9 months to complete the online portion and one week to complete the hands-on, on-campus component which is offered at our training facility in Farmington, NM. Students have been recorded completing the program in as little as 3 months! How quickly this course can be completed is entirely up to YOU. Invest in your career and help the earth save its more precious commodity, usable water. Call our admissions counselors or fill out the form for more information now!
Will I have to move to get a job?
Advanced Water Treatment professionals are needed in every major municipality in America, and in countless others across the world. Depending on how rural your current community, the more likely you will need to move or accept a major commute. It’s true; water treatment jobs are available essentially anywhere. But if you’re already living in the area of your dreams, consider a career in municipal advanced water treatment as a unique opportunity to provide the invaluable service needed to supply your home and those around you with water, the essential element of all life. The good news is whether you must move or you choose to, with your ROTP Certificate that you receive from WTTI in a year or less you will possess a skill set that is in high demand globally!Here is a map showing the Employment of Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants and system operators by state. Keep in mind, this map is only demonstrating municipal drinking and wastewater jobs. Commercial and industrial applications are much more vast.

Here is a map showing the Employment of Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants and system operators by state: