A stressful part of an operator’s job is to write certification exams. In order to relieve some of the stress and assist operators write and pass certification exams, we have developed a course that will assist them understand and troubleshoot the questions found in certification exams.
This course will discuss basic exam preparation techniques, and will guide operators through the Need-to-Know-Guides recommended on the Ontario Water and Wastewater Certification Office (OWWCO) website. The large
This introductory course explores water conservation principles and practices used throughout the world and in Ontario. We’ll explore key water conservation principles, and how Integrated Water Resource Management helps ensure that these principles are met. Best management practices for water conservation are investigated on three levels: water supply, outdoor conservation, and indoor conservation.
This workshop is designed for those looking to improve or build on your math skills, prepare for an upcoming certification exam, or refresh your mathematics. The course will to solve typical wastewater and water calculations: volumes, flows, dosages, F/M ratios, sludge retention times as well as metric-imperial conversions.
Developing training skills in the water (and wastewater) sector examines the process of teaching adults by focusing on the learning experience. The course aims to provide the essential knowledge and skills required to design and deliver interesting, relevant and enjoyable training programs. Adult learning principles and methods will be actively demonstrated, both in design and delivery.
This course will review the legislation that governs the water and wastewater industry, and look at the complex world of water and wastewater operations. You will find out how operations is able to get water from our lakes, rivers, and underground aquifers to the consumers’ taps, and then how to collect and treat the used water so that it’s safe to return to the environment.