Water Quality Monitoring

Course Location Cranfield, Bedfordshire
Cost £1400
Type of course in situ
Online booking
Course provider Cranfield University
Available dates for this course

Please contact Cranfield University directly for a current list of course dates

Course overview

Water of good quality is necessary for domestic, environmental, industrial, recreational and agricultural uses. For those working in water management, it is important to understand the rationale for and be practically competent in the sampling of water and the measurement and interpretation of water quality parameters.

Course description

Water quality issues: acceptability for human consumption and aquatic life; water quality standards.
Water quality monitoring principles and strategies. Sampling methods. Quality assurance. Data interpretation.
Water quality sampling & analysis: practicals / demonstration of selected, basic measurements/methods.
Training options:

3 day programme of lectures.
Practicals scheduled over 4 days (these are carried out in groups and would not require more than 0.5 day attendance on any of the 4 days).
A combination of lectures and practicals.

On successful completion of this course the delegate will be able to:

Evaluate water quality data and the monitoring strategies that generate them.

To book on this course please contact:

Academic Operations Unit.
Cranfield University
MK43 0AL, UK

T: +44 (0) 1234 754176
E: shortcourse@cranfield.ac.uk
F: +44 (0) 1234 751206

Cranfield University reserves the right to change course dates as appropriate.

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