Whether you're a professional in the water technology field, a supervisor, or the owner of a company, the Association of Water Technologies (AWT) Technical Training Seminars are an investment that will pay off.
Professionals — We'll teach you the latest technologies and best practices that will help you advance in your career.
Supervisors — You'll benefit from your staff's increased knowledge and productivity.
Company Owners — Your company's reputation, customer loyalty, and bottom line will soar as your employees provide your clients with better service and you see increased sales.
Recognizing that everyone in the water treatment industry is actually selling, this course will take you from the basics to a full understanding of the process as it relates to this industry. This interactive "how to" session will give you the practical knowledge you will need to develop yourself, your business, and your brand. You will learn about basic and advanced marketing, including how to identify your company's values and discover and develop your brand image.
This one-day in-depth course is suited for anyone looking for a better understanding of commercial and industrial reverse osmosis, ultrafiltration, EDI, or related membrane technologies.
The Fundamentals and Applications course is designed for service technicians new to the industry. This highly interactive class brings the mechanical room into the classroom and focuses on real-world examples; attendees learn directly from leaders in the industry as well as their peers. The curriculum allows for question and answer sessions and fosters learning in a collaborative environment, providing attendees with the knowledge and theory behind the "whys" of their role in water treatment.
This intensive three-day training covers regulatory and safety issues, water chemistry and testing, calculations, boiler water treatment, cooling water chemistry, advances in Legionella methods and regulations, and much more.
This comprehensive three-day course will cover all aspects of wastewater treatment, including influent and effluent clarification, solids removal and dewatering, chemical application, and how to screen products for application. If your company has passed on wastewater treatment applications because you lack the knowledge to take advantage of these opportunities, now is the time to gain this knowledge and expand your business potential!