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Edmonton: CWQA Fall Training
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10/17/2017 to 10/18/2017
When: October 17, 2017 - 8:00 am to 1:00 pm
October 18, 2017 - 8:00 am to 3:00 pm
Where: Marriott Resort Edmonton River Cree
300 East Lapotac Blvd.
Enoch T7X 3Y3
Contact: Aysha Muzaffar

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 CWQA Fall Training: Edmonton, AB


October 17 & 18, 2017




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Day 1 Training


Time: 8:00 am to 1:00 pm

Cost: $130 + tax

Instructor: Jason Jackson

Room: Marriott Boardroom


Introduction to Modular Education


This program is for anyone involved in the water treatment market;

  • Non-technical staff
  • Sales & marketing personnel
  • Installers
  • Service technicians
  • System designers 

Specific educational pathways address the learning needs of each job role, and provide the flexibility for building custom educational paths based on topics of interest to the learner.

Learners are able to progress at their own pace; completing modules in short spurts or longer sittings.

The curriculum  involves a theory portion that will be available online; field activities to be completed independently; an in-class session; and finally a written exam. All are required to demonstrate the proficiency with the content learned in each environments.

MEP is a subscription based tool; learners will have 1 year’s access from date of set up. A learner’s progress is only limited by the time and dedication they can manage to devote.



Mechanical Best Practices


Individuals responsible for installing equipment should be fully trained for the job. 

They should also know and appreciate the need for quality workmanship before ,during and after installation.

Best practices to consider regarding:

  • Materials
  • Joining methods
  • Application and accessibility  
  • Water quality – both before and after
  • Codes and Regulations



Water Basics


Learn the basic principles of the water system, and water quality including:

  • Residential Water Quality Issues
  • Local Effects of Water Quality
  • Local Effects of Hard Water
  • Causes of Water Quality Issues
  • National Drinking Water Regulations
  • Measuring Water Hardness
  • Local Water Hardness
  • Test for Water Hardness
  • Explain Water Hardness, Monitoring Drinking Water Quality
  • Public Water Supply
  • Private Water Supply Test Results
  • Monitoring Local Water Quality



Day 2 Training


Time: 8:00 am to 3:00 pm

Cost: $199 + tax

Room: Chiefs Boardroom



Fundamentals and Field Testing

  • Identifying Water Treatment Challenges
  • Identifying Water Treatment Technologies and their Capabilities
  • Water Testing and Analysis
  • Interpret Water Tests
  • Water Treatment System Operations
  • Specification Fundamentals
  • Disinfection Methods Fundamentals
  • Legal Considerations Fundamentals



Foundations In-Class Exam (optional)

  • The 3 hour in-class exam tests the learners on the ability to:
  • Recognize water problems and water chemistry concerns
  • Diagnose, analyze and evaluate problem water sources and recommend relevant solutions
  • Identify common water treatment equipment and their applications and utilization as part of a treatment train
  • Explain the application of water treatment equipment with respect to problem water chemistry




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