Water Technology

Students will be able to:

·         effectively present technical information through oral communication

·         effectively present technical information through written communication

·         effectively work as a team

·         evaluate treatment processes utilizing collected or given data

·         identify appropriate process control changes for different treatment processes based on process evaluation

·         identify cause(s) of mechanical/equipment/system failure

·         identify corrective actions for mechanical/equipment/system failure

·         evaluate invalid labs analysis to determine corrective actions

·         identify information/data required to complete calculations

·         accurately perform calculations

·         determine the appropriate ethical action that should occur in a given circumstance

·         differentiate between situational and the other various theories of ethics

·         draw a treatment facility schematic including all processes

·         identify correct operational parameters for treatment processes

·         identify sampling points for data collection from treatment processes

·         demonstrate correct/accurate laboratory technique

·         perform appropriate lab analysis with acceptable accuracy

·         perform appropriate process control changes for various treatment processes

·         identify safety issues in the water and wastewater field

·         perform operational/laboratory duties safely

·         perform maintenance/repairs of equipment

·         demonstrate knowledge of applicable regulations and their application

·         integrate multiple, related concepts to determine appropriate operational response

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