Lab Techniques and Water Quality Control

Classroom based course with study materials, lecturer support and CPD Hours included

London Training For Excellence


£4,200 inc VAT
Study method
Online, self-paced
5 Days
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students

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Learning Objectives: Familiarize participants with the general concept of water treatment technology. Introduce participants to the areas of water pollution and treatment methods to get clean water. Enable participants to take advantage of modern technologies for the local environment. Familiarize participants with the processes and equipment used in water treatment. Develop the skills of measurement and control and the mechanism in the treatment Process. Enable participants to use modern technology in water treatment such as waste water for reuse.


  • Introduction.
  • The general concept of water treatment.
  • Processing core.
  • Processes and equipment used in water treatment.
  • The areas of water pollution and treatment methods to get clean water.
  • Use of modern methods to purify water, such as sewage water for reuse.
  • Wastewater treatment.
  • Controlling the water quality through different stages.
  • Measurements and control mechanism in the treatment process.
  • Measurement and automatic checking of specific parameters.
  • The four modes of control.
  • Choice of method.
  • Lab techniques:

o Conductivity, TDC, Salinity, Chloride, Hardness, pH,

  • Lab and case studies.


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