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Drinking Water Treatment training for Water and Wastewater

  • Advanced Drinking Water Treatment Class II Course

    The class is to give Class III operators the advanced training required. The class is also available to experienced professionals who may need a refreshing course.  The Advanced Water Treatment Class will cover a variety of topics more thoroughly than the Class III so that they perform and recognize advanced policies, rules, regulations, and ...

  • Entry Level Training - 1.2 CEUs

    This two-day course satisfies the Alberta Environment training requirement for operators becoming certified for the first time. This training covers basic aspects of the industry - it has not been specifically developed to prepare an operator to write a certification exam. The AWWOA does offer certification preparation courses that have been ...

    By Alberta Water and Wastewater Operators Association (AWWOA) based in Edmonton, ALBERTA (CANADA).

  • Training and Technical Assistance

    NRWA provides training and technical assistance to small and rural water and wastewater utilities through our affiliated State Rural Water Associations, who employ highly experienced field personnel. Water and wastewater Circuit Riders work onsite with utility system personnel to troubleshoot problems, provide hands-on training, evaluate ...

    By National Rural Water Association based in Duncan, OKLAHOMA (USA).

  • Entry-Level Drinking Water Operator Course (for Operators-in-Training)

    This course provides new operators with a basic understanding of water characteristics and pathogens, treatment and distribution processes, and the regulations that govern water quality. This course is intended to complement the on-the-job training that Operators-in-Training (OITs) receive from their employers.

    By Walkerton Clean Water Centre based in Walkerton, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Drinking Water Disinfection Education Course

    This operator education course describes the purpose of drinking water disinfection and the desirable properties of a disinfectant. Pathogens and indicator organisms are defined and various disinfectants and their advantages and disadvantages are discussed. Finally, disinfectant residuals, byproducts, and regulations are covered.

    By 360water, Inc. based in Columbus, OHIO (USA). from Drinking Water Disinfection Education Course Training line

  • Training

    As recognized experts in our field, we provide a range of regular and bespoke training courses and seminars for clients on a variety of water quality issues. These courses can be designed to meet your specific needs and, if more convenient, held on your own premises.

    By Oakland Calvert Consultants Ltd based in London, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Access Online Training

    OM360 creates customized web based courseware that is sophisticated yet easy to use for an array of equipment and processes. We build a secure and unique training website for you that is accessible only by your employees. Your managers can access online training records to create reports and track the training of your employees.

    By 360water, Inc. based in Columbus, OHIO (USA). from Access Online Training Training line

  • Hands-on Training

    The Centre recognizes that effective training for practical skills must be, at least in part, hands-on. To meet this need the Walkerton Clean Water Centre Research & Technology Institute, in collaboration with our Training Institute, is continuously working to increase the offering of courses using more elements of hands-on training.

    By Walkerton Clean Water Centre based in Walkerton, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • FREE Seminars

    FREE Educational Seminars for Realtors, Home Inspectors, BOH Agents and Homeowner's. What you should know about Private Drinking Water Wells The EPA estimates that more than 21 million American households rely on private well water systems to provide their families with their drinking water? Here in New England, approximately 2.3 million people, ...

    By Environmental Testing and Research Laboratories, Inc based in Leominster, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).

  • An Introduction Into the Clean Water Act (CWA)

    Course Overview: This three (3) hour course provides each student with an overview of the Federal Clean Water Act (CWA) and examines, in depth, the key provisions of the CWA, including Safe Drinking Water Act, technology-based requirements, effluent limitations, water quality standards, permitting, enforcement, control of polluted runoff, and ...

  • Basic Drinking Water Treatment Class III Course

    The class is to help introduce and give the basic skills to trainee candidates in water treatment policies and procedures.  The class is also available to experienced professionals who may need a refreshing course.  The Basic Water Treatment Class will cover a variety of topics that are needed to perform their jobs successfully and ...

  • Training and Operations

    At XCG Training and Operations, we are committed to providing superior Director approved training so that our clients can fulfill their regulatory obligations efficiently and effectively. We are flexible and will work closely with your facility to accommodate your requests. XCG Training and Operations can assist with special requests including ...

    By XCG Consultants Ltd. based in Oakville, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • On-Site Training

    OAWU provides the following programs to offer on-site technical assistance to any water or wastewater system in the state of Oregon.

    By Oregon Association of Water Utilities based in Independence, OREGON (USA).

  • NWETC - Chemically Contaminated Drinking Water in the U.S.-Recording

    Contaminated drinking water has been in the news nationally in recent months. In this 4-hour webinar, attendees will learn basic information about public (and private) water supplies and treatment for contaminants; brief history of contamination of drinking water supplies; key characteristics of lead (Pb) and perfluorinateds (specifically PFOS ...

  • Basic Water Works Course

    This course introduces the student to the relationship between potable drinking water and health, and the important role the water operator plays in maintaining a safe and ample supply of drinking water. An overall view of the water cycle is presented together with a general description of the responsibilities of water utility personnel and the ...

    By Colorado Rural Water Association (CRWA) based in Pueblo West, COLORADO (USA).

  • Introduction to the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA)

    This two (2) hour course provides each student with an overview of the major components making up the Safe water Drinking Act (SDWA) as it exists today. This course covers the history of drinking water regulation in the United States prior to SDWA's enactment, as well as an overview of SDWA's evolution up to and including the 1996 Amendments. The ...

  • Technology Experts Training

    Technology Experts Training Center has an official approval from the National Regulatory Authority, (The General Corporation for Technical Education & Vocational Training) in Riyadh. The center works and cooperates with many specialized scientific institutions to transfer and acquire technology and to offer technical and scientific solutions ...

    By Technology Experts Co. based in Riyadh, SAUDI ARABIA.

  • Training

    Tailored specifically for offshore water management within the Oil & Gas and Marine Sectors the course is designed for all personnel involved in water management and Legionella control within the offshore and marine environments.

    By Offshore Water Management Ltd (OWM) based in Westhill, Aberdeen, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Vocational Training and Qualifications

    DVGW’s vocational training system includes a comprehensive range of initial and advanced vocational training courses. The 245 instructors and speakers all have practical experience in the relevant fields. Knowledge gained through standardization, research projects and certifiation work is included directly in the individual training modules. ...

    By DVGW based in Bonn, GERMANY.

  • Training

    OCWA staff are highly skilled and specialized in meeting the demands of Ontario’s water and wastewater sector. From small well systems and lagoons to large water and wastewater systems serving millions, OCWA's operational staff are licensed and cross-trained across all levels of certification. We actively promote training for staff to ...

    By Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA) based in Kingston, ONTARIO (CANADA).

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