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Elevate your experienced service personnel to professionals capable of critically evaluating treatment system performance.
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 so they can professionally represent themselves and their employer.
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.
Course 1: High Purity Water Treatment Systems 101 (next session starts April 24, 2013; registration and class schedule forthcoming)
Course 2: Installation of High Purity Water Treatment Systems (Beginning in Spring 2014)
Course 3: Troubleshooting of High-Purity Water Treatment Systems (TBA)
Pre-registration is required for all Webinars by 5:00 pm Eastern time the day before the scheduled Webinar. Registration fee includes grading of post-lesson quizzes. As always with WQA Webinars, one registration is required per computer, however, multiple people at the same physical site may view on a single connection.
Not sure you want the full course? Try a few individual Webinars then apply the amount paid toward the cost of the full course.
All Webinars will be archived for on-demand purchase and viewing.
The WQA Industrial High Purity Water Education Program is the culmination of numerous years of work by the volunteers of the Industrial Education Task Force. Please click on the names below for bios of the task force members and course instructors.
Contact Dr. Tanya Lubner, Director of Education, Water Quality Association, email@example.com or 630 505 0160.
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|Speaker Bio: Michael J. Schaefer, CWS-VI, PE|
|Speaker bio: Larry Zinser|
|Speaker bio: Keith Huebner|
|Speaker bio: Christopher Gallagher|
|Speaker bio: Ernesto Castro|
|Speaker bio: Peter S. Cartwright, PE, CWS-VI|
|Speaker bio: Wayne Bernahl, CWS-VI|
|Speaker bio: James W. Baker, CWS-VI|
|WQA High Purity Water Education Program Course Schedule|