OSS Homeowner Education Class Registration

Septics 101 - Introduction to Septic System Ownership

Septics 201 - DIY Homeowner Septic System Inspection Program

Thank you for your interest in the Clallam County Onsite Septic System Homeowner Classroom Education program! The in-person Onsite Septic System informational classes are limited to available funding and fill up quickly. The classes are also available online to enjoy at your own pace. Please stay tuned to this website for updated information about all class availability.

Remember: Septics 101 is not the training for inspecting your septic system, it is just a pre-requisite. There is no test or certificate of completion offered for the Septics 101 class so we request for their own safety that homeowners wishing to continue with the Septics 201 certification program use the honor system and watch the Septics 101 video first. Septics 201 'Do-It-Yourself' Homeowner Training classes are available online with some in-person classes for users with limited internet access as funding allows.

Septic DIY ToolsDirections to Classes

For those classes held at Dungeness River Nature Center: (see map) From Highway 101, take River Road exit, follow north to Washington Road and take a right. Take the next left at Priest Road, follow that to Hendrickson Road, take a left on Hendrickson to Railroad Bridge Park (at the end of the road). The Dungeness River Nature Center's address is 1943 West Hendrickson Road, Sequim, phone number 360-681-4076. Please park in the designated parking area near the entrance to the park and follow the signage to the Rainshadow Hall at the River Center.

For those classes held at the Dungeness Schoolhouse: (see map) From Highway 101, take Sequim Avenue exit, follow north to Sequim-Dungeness Way 2nd right at traffic circle. Continue 3.6 miles to E Anderson Road, take a slight left onto Towne Road The Dungeness Schoolhouse will be on the right at 2781 Towne Road

Department of Health Homeowner Education Web Page

OSS Homeowner Education online videos and resources are also available on the DOH website. In-person Septics 101 and 201 classes will continue to be offered but are limited to available funding. Please watch for future announcements of additional online training opportunities.