Pre-Treatment for Industrial & Process Waters – Water Treatment Training
This intensive classroom based industrial water treatment training course, WTS 0030 “Pre-Treatment for Industrial & Process Waters” has been developed by the industrial and process water treatment experts at WTS. This course is designed for plant managers, maintenance and engineering contractors, water treatment specialists and those with responsibility for the operation and management of industrial and process water systems.
WTS 0030 provides an in-depth review of those common pre-treatment technologies used in commercial, industrial and process environments including filtration, base exchange softening, de-alkalisation, de-mineralisation, reverse osmosis and other membrane technologies. Candidates will gain an understanding of how pre-treatment processes can improve the operational effectiveness of industrial and process water systems.
This course also covers the selection of application specific pre-treatment technologies, how to conduct basic fault-finding investigations and the development of cost effective solutions to pre-treatment problems.
Industrial Water Treatment Training Course Content – WTS 0030
Our training module WTS 0030 “Pre-Treatment for Industrial & Process Waters” covers the following essential subjects to ensure candidates develop the skills and practical knowledge required to fulfil their responsibilities with confidence:
UK & International Training Solutions
Our main UK water treatment training centres are located in central London serving the South and South East England, Manchester (North West), Birmingham (Midlands), Bristol (South East England and Wales), Leeds (North and North East) and Glasgow (Scotland), and these are supported by satellite training centres in Belfast and Newcastle. We can also deliver all our training courses, including bespoke courses at client premises throughout the UK and internationally.
Contact Water Treatment Services today to learn how our professional water and wastewater treatment training solutions can help to up-skill your staff to ensure your water and wastewater treatment systems are managed effectively. To speak with one of our water treatment experts call us on 0330 223 31 31 or simply use the button below to get our full contact details or submit our contact form.
Who would Benefit from our Pre-Treatment Training Course?
Typical candidates benefiting from WTS 0030 will be plant managers, water treatment engineers, facilities managers, maintenance and engineering contractors, and those with responsibility for the operation of commercial, industrial and process water systems.
What will you Learn about Pre-Treating Process Water on WTS 0030?
WTS 0030 will give candidates a good technical appreciation of common pre-treatment technologies used in commercial, industrial and process environments including filtration, base exchange softening, de-alkalisation, de-mineralisation, reverse osmosis and other membrane technologies.
Candidates will gain an understanding of how pre-treatment processes work.
The course will also give candidates the skills to recognise and select the most suitable pre-treatment technologies for specific applications.
Additionally, candidates will develop the skills to conduct basic fault-finding and prepare cost effective solutions to pre-treatment problems.
Pre-Qualification Requirements for WTS 0030
WTS 0030 “Pre-Treatment for Industrial & Process Waters” is an intensive course designed for experienced engineers, plant managers, water treatment specialists and service engineers wishing to improve their technical skills and extend the range of services they can offer to customers.
Candidates must have successfully completed our course WTS 0010 “Basic Chemistry of Water & Analysis”.
Prior knowledge and experience of engineered water systems and issues associated with industrial and process water treatment would also be of benefit. We typically recommend a minimum of 6 months practical in-field experience before starting this course.
Water Treatment Training Certificate
On successful completion candidates will receive a certificate of attainment issued by Water Treatment Services for the course “Pre-Treatment for Industrial & Process Waters” – WTS 0030.
This certificate should be retained as evidence of formal training in this subject.
How Long is the Course WTS 0030?
The duration of this course is 1 day. Training materials, lunch and refreshments are all included.
Where are When are the Training Courses Held?
Our main UK training centres are located in central London, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds and Glasgow, and these are supported by satellite training centres in Belfast and Newcastle.
Training for our specialist water and wastewater treatment courses is currently limited to our Manchester and London training centres.
We can also deliver our training courses exclusively at client premises, and further afield for clients based outside the UK.
The training course dates and venue details given below are for our public courses held in Central London and Manchester.
Other course venues and dates are available, subject to availability.
*We can also deliver these and other specialist training courses exclusively for your people at your own premises – contact us for further details.
Pre-Treatment Training Delivered by Experts
Water Treatment Services offer a full range of specialist industrial water treatment courses designed to support candidates and organisations with responsibility for the operation and management of commercial, industrial and process water and waste water treatment systems.
Delivered by experienced water treatment experts, our courses help candidates develop the skills and practical knowledge required to fulfil their responsibilities with confidence.
If you are interested in this process pre-treatment or any of our other industrial water treatment training courses and would like to receive further details, including dates and venues please contact us.
Contact us now for more information about WTS 0030 or for your FREE, no obligation quote.
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