The State of New York has earmarked more than $2 million to improve the drinking water treatment systems in Auburn and Owasco, N.Y., according to...
Program focuses on procedures for system installation, troubleshooting and professional conduct
Participants will elevate their experienced service personnel to professionals capable of critically evaluating treatment system performance with the Water Quality Assn.’s Introduction to High Purity Water Treatment Trains webinar on May 22 from 1 to 2 p.m.
This Web-based, virtual classroom program focuses on acceptable procedures for system installation, troubleshooting and professional conduct. It teaches the right approach to solving problems in the field and reducing the trial-and-error learning that high-risk jobs cannot afford.
In addition to topics on system installation and troubleshooting, students will learn the culture of various industries using high-purity water, the importance of proper documentation, and other valuable tips they can use to professionally represent themselves and their employers.
The program consists of three multi-session courses taught in an interactive virtual classroom format, using real-world examples, by instructors with industrial field experience ranging from 15 to 40 years. Coursework will include post-lesson quizzes and some pre-lesson reading.
Learning objectives of the webinar include:
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