Continuing Education

WWWT202 - Water Treatment II

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Course Overview

Depending on its application, water treatment is a process of making water usable for its intended application or returning it to a natural state. The skills obtained in this course will allow you to describe the testing of water samples and explain the need to calibrate lab equipment following quality assurance/quality control procedures. Describe the use of chlorine (amperometric), conductivity, fluoride, the Langlier Index, sulfate, total dissolved solids, and explain total organic carbon as parameters used in water analysis. Outline the handling of treatment plant wastes; explain general treatment plant maintenance; and describe plant instruments, safety skills, drinking water regulations and administrative duties.

Upcoming Offerings

Delivery Methods

  • Face to Face: class is scheduled in-person, with face-to-face instruction
  • Blended: class has a portion of face-to-face and online interaction
  • Hyflex: class has a flexible structure where it's optional for students to attend sessions in the classroom, participate online, or do both.
  • Remote Live Delivery: replaced online synchronous, where classes are fully online and scheduled at a specific time for students to attend.
  • Remote On-Demand Delivery: replaced online asynchronous, where students can engage with online class content at different times.
  • Remote Independent: online learning where content is self-led and no instructor.
  • Work Placement: class is a work placement
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