Essential Water Analyses Series
Full Series (All 4 Sessions)
This four-course series is an overview of analyses commonly performed in a wastewater laboratory. Each session will focus on the “why” we analyze for a particular parameter as well as the “how.” Sessions are designed to be interactive with poll questions to monitor understanding and step by step demonstrations of procedures and calculations.
|Session 1: Sampling, Safety, Quality Control, pH, fecal coliform, chlorine residual
|Session 2: Residues – TSS, TS, TVS, TVSS, TDS
|Session 3: BOD, COD, TOC
|Session 4: Nutrients – ammonia, TKN, phosphorus, nitrate, nitrite
Expected Learning Outcomes:
Completion of the course will provide attendees with a basic understanding of sampling, reference methods, quality control, and safety.
For each analysis discussed, attendees will know:
- Wastewater program requirements
- What the analysis measures and how operators may use analysis results
- How to perform the method
- Associated quality control
- Tips for optimal performance
- Calculations associated with the method
- Common issues with method performance and troubleshooting tips
This course is designed for Accreditation Bodies, Assessors, Internal Auditors, Quality Managers, Analysts, and Laboratory Managers.Fees:
$275 for Individuals
Group rates are available: Each purchased webcast is to be viewed by only one student. If you would like multiple viewers, separate purchases must be made. A group rate of $1350 for TNI members or $1350 for non-members is available for groups of 5-10 students at a single location. Click here to purchase this webcast at the group rate.
No certificates are automatically provided with this training. A Certificate of Completion (CoC) ($60 per person) or Certificate of Attendance (CoA) ($20 per person) may be purchased during registration or webcast purchase. A passing score of at least 70% must be received on the exam in order to receive CEUs and a CoC. Scores of less than 70% will receive a CoA at no reduced fee. To receive your certificate, contact Paul Junio at firstname.lastname@example.org with date of purchase and date of training completion. See FAQs for additional information.
About Webcasts: Upon receipt of your payment, you will receive a special link by e-mail to watch the webcast on your computer. The link is time-limited: you will have full access to the webcast and any associated handouts for 6 months after receipt of payment, at which time the link will expire. Webcasts cannot be downloaded; they are intended for viewing on your computer only during the 6-month window. If you have any questions, please contact Ilona Taunton at email@example.com.
About the Presenter:
Mary Johnson, a graduate of Loyola University of Chicago, was the long time Laboratory Manager at Four Rivers Sanitation Authority. She is a past chair of WEF’s Laboratory Practices Committee and currently represents WEF on the Environmental Monitoring Coalition. She is also a member of the Illinois WEA’s Laboratory Committee and holds an Illinois Class I Wastewater Operator Certificate.