The objective of this Learning Pathway (LP) is to provide some specific knowledge and skills about the basic facts about the water supply and DWTP characteristics, evolution of water treatment technology and EU legislation. Trainees are acquainted with the basic facts about water supply, as well as with achievements and shortcomings in project partner countries. Introduction to drinking water unit operations is made and all physical, chemical, biological and mechanical processes are comprehensively described. How to perform feasibility analysis of drinking water supply is defined. The fundamentals of residual management – categories of residuals, the regulatory requirements for their management, technical details on basic treatment and disposal options are presented as well. Best practices applicable in project partner countries are described. Special attention is given on innovative concepts and methodologies for training engineers and technical staff working in the drinking water supply sector.
The learning goals are achieved through presentation of training material within the following Learning Outcomes (LOs):
Introduction of drinking water treatment;
Basic facts about water supply;
Best practices / Case studies;
Training for engineers and technical staff;
Technology enhanced learning & innovative education and training for drinking water treatment;
The LP is designed for specialists working as VET Trainers in Microbiology with the purpose to help their training, to upgrade their knowledge and to broaden their wider competence in the subject, thus facilitating their realization on the labour market.
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