Water Treatment for Engineers (3 days)
The Water Treatment for Engineers course provides knowledge and practical skills for a supervising engineer or manager of water treatment plant.
Who should attend?
Water treatment plant supervising engineers and managers.
- Knowledge to operate a water treatment works.
- Understanding of water treatment processes.
- Knowledge and practical skills essential for the daily operation of treatment works.
- Knowledge and skills to systematically identify and rectify treatment problems.
Course notes will be supplied for pre-course study and future reference.
A short examination will be conducted on the last day.
A Certificate will be issued to all successful attendees.
Pre-preparation to attend course
It is recommended that attendees review the supplied training notes and undertake some experience in a treatment works to familiarise themselves with the treatment process before attending the course.
What is included?
Course notes, morning tea and afternoon tea.
What is not included?
Writing material, calculator, safety equipment (PPE), accommodation, meals, transport to and from the course.
Information on course dates, locations and costs can be found in the Course schedule.
How to nominate for the course
The department will send confirmation of receipt of your nomination via email within one week. Venue details, course notes, the program and a timetable will be sent to all participants approximately six weeks before the course. Please provide details of any special dietary needs on nomination.