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Water Consulting and Engineering training for Water and Wastewater

  • WRM 400 Water Resource Management

    WRM 400 is one of the required foundation courses of the Certificate in Water Resource Management.  It provides a critical overview of water issues with particular reference to the connections between water and broad economic activities and social goals such as food production, energy, transboundary water conflicts and co-operation, and human ...

    By School of the Environment-University of Toronto based in Toronto, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Capacity Building Previous Training Courses

    SIWI partnered with Ramboll Natura to provide interactive and cross- disciplinary International Training Programmes in Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM )and Transboundary Water Management (TWM) that focused on local and global challenges.

    By Stockholm International Water Institute based in Stockholm, SWEDEN.

  • Training and Commissioning

    Once your equipment is installed, ISI Water will send a senior engineer to commission your plant and ensure that it is running properly and at optimal capacity. At this time, he or she will also train operations staff so that your team can feel confident in running this new piece of equipment.

    By Industrial Services Inc. (ISI) based in St. George, VERMONT (USA).

  • Training

    Check back here in the future for information on our scheduled training programs. We will be offering training on OASIS, our water resources modeling software, and workshops demonstrating the use of Computer Aided Negotiations (CAN) to resolve multi-party water resources management disputes.

    By HydroLogics, Inc. based in Columbia, MARYLAND (USA).

  • Groundwater Training

    The National Centre for Research and Training was established in 2009 and has a long-standing reputation as Australia's leading groundwater training provider. We are an internationally acclaimed research and training organisation at the forefront of groundwater professional training development in Australia.

  • Reform Watershed and Water Resource Management

    Watersheds rarely coincide with jurisdictional boundaries. And water management laws and institutions frequently are limited to specific and narrow objectives — such as allocation of water supplies, construction of infrastructure, concern for endangered species, or administration of specific regulatory mandate, without enough attention to ...

    By Environmental Law Institute (ELI) based in Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (USA). from Reform Watershed and Water Resource Management Training line

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