E202 – Electromechanical Equipments in Water & Wastewater Treatment Plants (Basic)

The growing demand of drinking water and irrigation, compliance with current regulations in the field of Treatment and water Regeneration and the cyclical situation of scarcity of the resource, currently requires a large number of professionals capable of project, build, operate and maintain these important infrastructures for society.

Aim

The course aims to bring attendees, from a practical point of view, the fundamental aspects of construction, selection and operation of electromechanical equipment and auxiliary facilities present in this type of Works.

In the first part, the water treatment systems will be reviewed, both for purification and for water purification, to later analyze the most important characteristics of the electromechanical equipment used in these processes.

Who can benefit from this course?

The course is aimed for professionals both in the field of design and construction, as well as those who work in the areas of control, supervision and management of this type of project.

Civil Engineers, Industrial Engineers, Technicians, Chemistry Graduates, and pregraded students of these careers.

12,458+

60 hours – 8 weeks

1,796+

24/7 access

61,000+

8 tests

1,500+

Course’sText

The course has the following ENROLLMENT FEES

The registration fee is 100% returned by FUNDAE (only for Spanish companies)

We offer a discounted value for active employees.

You must provide unemployment registration or undergraduate status.

Course Director: Fco Javier NOVOA NUÑEZ – MsCivil Engineering

He has a professional background of more than 25 years in Project design and construction of Hydraulic and Water Treatment Works, and he has developed his career in Big Spanish Construction Groups.

Francisco has held various positions of responsibility in companies such as Necso, Infilco Española, Acciona Agua, Aqualia Infraestructuras (FCC Group)

Throughout his career, he has participated in several international projects and has managed Contracts under different sources of funding (Development Aid Financing / EU Structural Funds, etc.

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