Water Quality & Sampling for Water Systems

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The Water Quality and Sampling for Water course provides a working knowledge of sampling for potable water. The course will use case studies and group activities to create an environment of robust conversation and learning.

 

You should take this course if you are:

  • An operator in a water treatment or water distribution system, or responsible for water quality.
  • Interested in moving into a laboratory testing role.
  • Preparing for a certification exam, or looking to gain CEUs.

Learning Objectives

 

After completing Water Quality and Sampling for Water, you will be able to:

  • Understand how sampling is used to monitor for compliance with regulations for drinking water.
  • Describe common sampling methods and procedures used for grab samples and automatic samplers
  • Determine which samples are appropriate and the frequency of sampling which include bacteriological sampling, chemical analysis, THMs and HAAs, and HPC analysis.
  • Demonstrate sampling test kits for turbidity, chlorine residual, and temperature.
  • Describe the importance of recording and presenting sampling data
  • Explore the importance of sampling trends
  • Describe the chain of custody from sample to lab to report.
  • Apply quality management methods for quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC).
  • Case studies and videos will be presented.

 
CEUs

  • 1.2 CEUS

Delivery Formats

  1. classroom environment using interactive elements and real-life situations in order to make your learning experience as interesting and relevant as possible
  2. Custom training at your worksite. If your workplace would like to offer the course to several employees, please contact us to see if a customized program at your worksite would be a better solution for you!


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