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Water Resources Management

Water Resources Management

Health, Safety & Security

By the end of this training course, participants will be able to:
- Appreciate the worldwide issue of water scarcity
- Become aware of the different kinds of water available
- Be aware of the restrictions that apply regarding water quality for a diverse range of specific applications
- Identify the risks involved in the uncontrolled use of water in different applications and devise monitoring programs that can effectively reduce the risks while at the same time providing conformity to the appropriate local and international guidelines and regulations/legislations
- Be able to provide basic interpretation of water testing results and propose necessary courses of action


Day 1: Water as a scarce resource – Worldwide Facts and Prospects
Day 2: Potable Water Origin and its Main Characteristics & Regulatory Requirements
Day 3: Potable Water Monitoring Regime, Interpretation of Test Results, Potable Water Treatment
Day 4: Recycled Water Origin, Main uses and Restrictions
Day 5: Recycled Water Composition, Monitoring Regime and Interpretation of Test Results


This training course will utilise a variety of proven adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. The training course will be presented on a highly interactive basis, prompting delegates to engage in discussions involving their personal experience. It will also include case studies, short films, and group exercises.


5 Days




On premises; online; others

Water Resources Management
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