Water & Wastewater Events

  • Infometrix Advanced Spectroscopic Techniques Course

    Advanced Spectroscopic Techniques course will cover strategies that lead to an improvement in calibration procedures for on-line and laboratory multi-wavelength spectrometers. In the course, attendees will be offered a thorough examination of important principles and will be guided through calibration strategies with a hands-on approach, resulting, hopefully, in a good understanding of potential ...


    BOTHELL

  • WMSoc Training Courses - Cooling Water Chemistry (Follow On) - W022

    Those responsible for cooling systems and water treatment engineers wishing to expand their knowledge in the safe and effective treatment of cooling water. This course follows W016 Cooling & Boiler Water Chemistry Part ...


    STAFFORDSHIRE

  • Short Course on Security System Integration

    The use of integrated security systems based on the latest available technologies ensure high performance and functionality. It is essential, however, that they are well designed, built and maintained in order to allow for constant security management of any given site. This means that all those involved in site security will be able to access the information all the time either through fixed ...


    NEW FOREST

  • Temperature Monitoring, Sampling & Inspection Of Water Systems For Technicians - W028

    Those who carry out temperature monitoring and control of water systems, e.g. technicians, building caretakers and operators. Also beneficial to supervisors and responsible persons who have little knowledge of how the work is done or why it is ...


    STAFFORDSHIRE

  • Leak Detection Training

    F.A.S.T. GmbH host the first INTERNATIONAL training seminar for leak detection at their nice new facilities with capacity for more than 30 people and new test track to properly train the participants. All interested people are invited to register for this event, taking place from 12th of July till 14th of July ...


    LANGENBRETTACH

  • WMSoc Training Courses - Managing The Risk Of Legionella In Cooling Tower Systems - W014

    People concerned with owning, operating, managing, treating and maintaining cooling tower ...


    STAFFORDSHIRE

  • WMSoc Training Courses - Legionella Risk Assessment Of Water Systems - Basic - W015

    Managers, responsible persons, supervisory staff and anyone wishing to learn more about Legionnaires’ disease, basic legionella risk assessment, and the legal responsibilities. Firm grounding for those people wishing to become legionella risk assessors.  ...


    STAFFORDSHIRE

  • Petroleum in the Enviroment 2017

    This course provides an insight into the environmental problems associated with the production and use of petroleum and what can be done to ameliorate them. Topics covered include the sources and compositions of petroleum and naturally occurring hydrocarbons in the environment; polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, their origins, properties and effects; methods for measuring hydrocarbon toxicity and ...


    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

  • 2-day Comprehensive GC-MS Hardware Training (Agilent SQ MS)

    Course accreditation This course has been approved by the Royal Society of Chemistry for purposes of Continuing Professional Development (CPD). What will you learn on this course? The two-day Comprehensive GC-MS Hardware Training course introduces the fundamental theory of quadrupole GC-MS along with the operation, maintenance and troubleshooting of the Agilent SQ MS. This course includes an ...


    MILTON KEYNES

  • 3D Chemical Imaging – from Fundamentals to Advancing Applications

    This workshop will engage leading scientists in the area of 3D chemical imaging in a lively scientific debate to address fundamentals and important challenges for 3D secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS), FIB-SIMS and atom probe ...


    SARDINIA

  • Engineering & Applied Geology 2017

    This course develops your knowledge of geomaterials, their form and existence in the context of engineering applications in the extractive and construction industries. The focus is on geological hazards, geological maps, characteristic properties of geological materials as a resource and as a construction material and the role of groundwater in construction. Particular attention is assessment ...


    NEWCASTLE

  • Engineering Biology through Molecular Microbial Ecology 2017

    Newcastle University is a world leader in Engineering Biology through Microbial Ecology. The purpose of this course is to get the latest generation of tools in molecular microbial ecology into the hands of engineers. Molecular microbial ecology has the power to revolutionise our ability to monitor and design engineered biological systems e.g. wastewater treatment plants. Moreover the costs of ...


    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

  • Climate Change: Vulnerability, Impacts and Adaptation 2017

    This course provides in-depth understanding and hands on experience of using future climate scenarios from the UKCP09 and other international projections. The course can be tailored to specific sectors, and delegates may choose to specialise and attend: • Days 1-3: Impacts and vulnerability: methodology, application of climate scenarios, natural environment, water resources, sea level rise ...


    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

  • Integrated River Basin Management 2017

    A course for scientists, engineers and managers who influence land and water issues within river basins, for whom a deeper understanding of integrated river basin management would enhance their own specialist stakeholder roles. Upon completion of the course delegates will: • Have a comprehensive understanding of integrated river basin management • Have the capacity to formulate integrated river ...


    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

  • Introduction to Seismic Resistant Design 2017

    The course will develop skills in problem solving, with special emphasis on the design of earthquake resistant high-rise buildings, and will develop the ability to choose efficient structural systems and structural layouts. Delegates will be able to design sophisticated structural systems such as those used in high-rise construction, and design buildings to resist extreme loadings such as ...


    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

  • Collision Prevention and Reduction 2017

    How road accidents happen and are recorded. Accident data, storing of accident data, the use of accident data, and interpreting accident data. Selecting and prioritising locations for investigation, statistical analysis of accidents, in depth analysis of individual locations, defining the road accident problem, difference between site and route analysis, area wide road safety schemes, options ...


    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

  • WMSoc Training Courses - Foundation Course In Water Treatment Chemistry - W013

    New entrants to the industry with no chemical knowledge or background. People who require refresher training in secondary school chemistry and also those who need to refine their knowledge. Designed to take students back to ...


    STAFFORDSHIRE

  • WMSoc Training Courses - Legionella Risk Assessment In Cooling Systems - W018

    Owners of cooling systems, engineers and risk assessors that are considering extending their practice to include cooling systems, and water treatment chemists who wish to consider the risk assessment of these systems. NB: Delegates should have a good working knowledge of the background of legionella and Legionnaires’ disease; an understanding of relevant legislation; some knowledge of ...


    STAFFORDSHIRE

  • WMSoc Training Courses - HTM 04-01 Water Hygiene Training - W037

    Those requiring introductory knowledge on the main aspects of managing waterborne pathogens in healthcare water. The course covers many of the requirements for water hygiene training according to HTM 04-01. This course will be of interest to: Those responsible for the maintenance of buildings, especially healthcare premises, augmented care units and care homes (including managers, advisors, ...


    STAFFORDSHIRE

  • 3-day Mass Spectral Interpretation (Mar 17)

    What will you learn on this course? This three-day course is an introduction to mass spectral interpretation, aimed at presenting the fundamental tools and rules when examining high quality full-scan GC-MS data. Every analyst using GC-MS should have a fundamental understanding of how a mass spectrum is generated and if a library match is correct or not. This course takes this a step further to ...


    MILTON KEYNES

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