The Inspector class is a nationally recognized Onsite Wastewater Treatment System (OWTS) class developed to provide training, testing and certification for individuals conducting OWTS inspections for property transfers, system functionality and county or homeowner association requirements. Day one covers the basics of OWTS their purpose and functionality. Day two covers the NAWT protocol on how to complete an inspection for all systems from the basic gravity fed systems through systems with advanced treatment. The NAWT level of inspection is the Operations Level. Identifying all parts and components and assessing their condition and identify deficiencies. This is the generally accepted course that state and county health departments use for their certification requirements for individuals operating as OWTS Inspectors.