Master Water Treatment Technician (Online Course)

Master Water Treatment Technician:

This course introduces the students to the principles of designing water treatment systems for customers with water issues in groundwater sources. This includes:

  • Treating Nitrates in the Water 
  • Treating Bacterial Contamination in the Water 
  • Treating Iron, Manganese, and Hydrogen Sulfide in the Water 
  • Treating Arsenic in the Water 
  • Endocrine Disruptors and Pharmaceuticals
  • SIlica
  • Chromate, Uranium, Perchlorate, and Sulfate
  • Corrosion Control: pH and Alkalinity Modification
  • Radium, Barium and Radioactive Decay
  • Phosphates and Chloramines
  • Tannins
  • Anion Exchange
  • Treating for Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care Products and Endocrine Disrupting Compounds in the Water 
  • Treating Chromium, Uranium, Perchlorate and Sulfate in the Water 
  • Treating the Effects of Corrosion from Water 
  • Treating Radium and Barium in the Water 
  • Treating Tannins in the Water 
  • Treating Phosphate and Chloramines in the Water 
  • Aeration for Degasification and Oxygenation
  • Review Behavior of Gases in Water
  • Review Treating Dissolved Gases in Water
  • Practice Treating Dissolved Gases in Water
  • Deionization by Ion Exchange and Electrochemical Technologies
  • Review PEDI/EDI Treatment Systems
  • Practice Using PEDI/EDI Treatment Systems
  • Hydrodynamics and Tank Based Treatment Systems
  • Review the Basics of Hydraulics and Pipe Sizing
  • Review Hydrodynamic Design
  • Mixed Bed/ Mixed Media Systems
  • Review Mixed Media Systems
  • Practice Using Mixed Bed Treatment Systems
  • Tank-Based Control Schemes
  • Review Tank-Based Treatment System Configurations
  • Practice Using Control Schemes in Multiple-Tank Systems
  • Softener Optimization
  • Review Softener Optimization
  • Practice Using Optimizing Softener Systems
  • Advanced Water Chemistry
  • Using Solubility Rules

Pre-requisites: Basics, Fundamentals, Fundamentals & Field Testing, Design, In-class Design