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Courses - W
Title Name Delivery
WELD 1000

 Welder Apprenticeship Level 1 (240 hours)


This course is the first level of the BC ITA welder program. In it students will learn to demonstrate safe work practices and perform oxy-fuel, metal arc, electric arc and semi-automatic welding processes.

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WELD 1900

 Welding Trade Sampler (120 hours)


This course is a sampler of the welding trade based on the Welding Foundation Program outline from the Industry Training Authority of BC. Students will gain familiarity with the safe use of hand tools, portable power tools and other equipment regularly used by welders, as well as gaining familiarity with many of the materials used in the Trade. The emphasis of this course is on developing practical, hands-on welding skills.

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WELD 2000

 Welder Apprenticeship Level 2 (240 hours)


This course is the second level of the BC ITA Welder apprenticeship program. In it students learn shielded metal arc and semi-automatic welding, basic metallurgy, interpret drawings, layout and fabricate components as well as how to describe submerged arc welding.

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WELD 2110

 Shielded Arc Welding 2 (P7)



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WELD 2120

 Gas Arc Welding 2 (P8)



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WELD 2130

 Flux Core Arc Welding (P9)



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WELD 2140

 Gas Tungsten Arc Weld 1 (P10)



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WELD 2150

 Weld QC & Inspect Proc (RK4)



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WELD 2160

 Weld Codes/Standards/Spec (RK5)



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WELD 2170

 Blueprint Reading 2 (RK6)



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WELD 2180

 Weld Metallurgy 2 (RK7)



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WELD 2500

 Welder Foundation (840 hours)


This foundation course is intended for those who wish to enter the Welder profession. This course will introduce students to welding ferrous and non-ferrous metals using manual or semi-automatic welding equipment using flame-cutting, brazing and air-arching equipment. You will also learn to interpret drawings, determine the materials required and welding processes to be used, then use this knowledge of welding to complete the job.

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WELD 3000

 Welder Apprenticeship Level 3 (300 hours)


This is the third and final level of the BC ITA welder apprenticeship program. Upon completion students will be capable of welding ferrous and non-ferrous metals in all positions, on both plate and/or pipe, using SMAW, GTAW, and FCAW processes. This will be done using manual or semi-automatic welding equipment. Students will also be able to plan work from drawings or by analyzing the job tasks, determine the materials required and welding processes, then use this knowledge of welding to complete the job.

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WELD 3100

 Smaw 3 (P11)



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WELD 3110

 Gas Tungsten Arc Weld 2 (P12)



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WELD 3120

 Weld Metallurgy 3 (RK)



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WELD 3130

 Blueprint Reading 3 (RK9)



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WELD 4000

 Welder Specialty Endorsement (150 hours)


This course is an optional specialty training in low alloy and stainless steel welding for welders who wish to receive their specialty metals endorsement from the BC ITA.

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WKSK 0210

 Workskills 1 (390 hours)


In Workskills 1, students are introduced to and explore a variety of work environments and determine their particular interest, ability and aptitude for specific jobs, dependent on the individual student's functional skill level and availability of the placement. Students choose and participate in an appropriate work placement (work experience).

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WKSK 0220

 Workskills 2 (450 hours)


Workskills 2 builds on skills and abilities acquired and demonstrated by students in Workskills 1. Students are introduced to essential entry level skills in selected employment areas (as available). Students strive to improve work strengths and develop marketable skills, focusing on occupational/vocational interests and aptitudes with the clear goal of becoming employable and semi, or fully independent.

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WTTP 1171

 Environmental Legislation

Credits: 1
The course provides students with an understanding of the basic principles of law, with an emphasis on statutes, environmental law and the legislative framework under which most water suppliers must legally operate. Students consider concepts of due diligence, standards of care and liability, while reviewing torts and case law.
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WTTP 1181

 Occupational Health & Safety

Credits: 1
This course covers the issues and responsibility of health and safety as it applies to operators in water and wastewater treatment operations. Course topics include: occupational health safety regulations; construction and plant safety procedures; and occupational hygiene.
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WTTP 1191

 Communications

Credits: 1
Students are introduced to best practices in community relations and practical information for improving communication skills. Good communications skills are important in building a good relationship within the community and in ensuring water utility plants have the financial support needed for optimal performance. Topics covered include: how to establish good community relations; format regular business correspondence; deliver presentation;, communicate with the media; and document procedures and plans.
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WTTP 1291

 Moving Water

Credits: 1
Students examine the process and direction of water movement through the treatment facility. Topics include: hydraulic profile; overflow and spill protection; process and instrumentation drawing; and formula calculation. Pump identification, selection and maintenance are also discussed.
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WTTP 1301

 Major Process Equipment

Credits: 1
This course emphasizes different types of equipment used in the treatment of water including: mixing; flocculation; solid separation; filtration; water conditioners; disinfection; and various filter systems. Flow charts and the ability to analyze historical data are also covered.
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WTTP 1311

 Building Mechanical Systems

Credits: 1
This course covers support systems typical in treatment facilities such as high pressure air systems, blowers, compressors, vacuum pumps, pneumatic valve operator systems and process air systems. It is also designed to teach students about chemicals used in water treatment, along with associated hazards. Additional topics such as sludge and residual handling, building mechanical systems, maintenance and associated responsibilities are discussed.
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WTTP 1700

 Water Sources (90 hours)

Credits: 3
This course provides training in the development of new and existing water sources. Students focus on ground and surface water sources as they relate to the way drinking water is treated and distributed. Areas of study include: basic water supply hydrology; groundwater sources; surface water sources; emergency and alternate water sources; source water conservation; source water quality; and source water protection.

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WTTP 1701

 Water Sources

Credits: 3
This course provides training in the development of new and existing water sources. Students focus on ground and surface water sources as they relate to the way drinking water is treated and distributed. Areas of study include: basic water supply hydrology; groundwater sources; surface water sources;, emergency and alternate water sources; source water conservation; source water quality; and source water protection.
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WTTP 1710

 Water Treatment 1 (90 hours)

Credits: 3
This is a basic water treatment course which focusses on environmental applications and emphasizes past, present and future technologies related to water treatment. Topics explored in this course include: operator responsibilities; water sources; reservoir management; coagulation and flocculation processes; sedimentation; filtration; disinfection; corrosion control; and basic water treatment sampling procedures.

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WTTP 1711

 Water Treatment I

Credits: 3
This is a basic water treatment course which focusses on environmental applications and emphasizes past, present and future technologies related to water treatment. Topics explored in this course include: operator responsibilities; water sources; reservoir management; coagulation and flocculation processes; sedimentation; filtration; disinfection; corrosion control; and basic water treatment sampling procedures.
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WTTP 1720

 Applied Math and Science (90 hours)

Credits: 3
Students are introduced to concepts in Mathematics, Chemistry, and Hydraulics that will be needed later in the program. The course is divided into three modules: Module A - Mathematics covers important concepts such as significant figures, error analysis, calculation of areas and volumes, units conversion, ratios and proportions, averages, and percent. Module B - Hydraulics introduces the students to the concepts of density and specific gravity, water pressure, piezometric surface and hydraulic grade line, calculation of head loss, as well as pumping and flow rate problems. Module C - Chemistry introduces the students to the structure and the classification of matter, the balancing of chemical equations, and finally dilution and dosage calculations.

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WTTP 1721

 Applied Math and Science

Credits: 3
This course covers the essential elements of mathematics and science which enables students to be successful in the program. In mathematics, the concepts of fractions, ratios and proportion, scientific notation, percent, algebra, calculation of areas and volumes, graphs, and the conversion of units are covered. The science component of the course is divided into two areas: hydraulics and chemistry. In hydraulics, the concepts of pressure, hydraulic grade lines, calculation of head loss, pumping and flow rate problems are discussed in detail. In chemistry, the structure of matter, the balancing of chemical equations and the calculation of dosage are studied.
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WTTP 1730

 Mechanical Systems 1 (90 hours)

Credits: 3
Students explore the principles of piping, pumps and valves as they apply to the support systems in water treatment facilities. The principles of Cross Connection control are also addressed.

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WTTP 1731

 Mechanical Systems I

Credits: 3
Students explore the principles of piping, pumps and valves as they apply to the support systems in water treatment facilities. The principles of cross connection control are also addressed.
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WTTP 1740

 Environmental Legislation, Safety and Communications (90 hours)

Credits: 3
This course provides a foundation in three topic areas: legislation, safety and communications. Under the legislative section, students gain an understanding of the basic principles of environmental law and the legislative framework under which most water suppliers must legally operate. The safety section includes topics such as occupational health and safety as it applies to operations and management of water systems. The third section covers oral and written communication skills required for operators dealing with specific situations that arise through interactions with the public.

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WTTP 1760

 Introduction to Wastewater Utility (90 hours)

Credits: 3
This course provides an introduction to the wastewater treatment processes, focussing on domestic and industrial sources as they relate to the way wastewater is collected, treated and disposed. Areas of study include: basic descriptions of what is wastewater; why we have to treat wastewater; the processes involved with treating wastewater; disposal of treat effluent; and the collection of wastewater from sources.

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WTTP 1800

 Electrical Fundamentals 1 (90 hours)

Credits: 3
Students are introduced to the electrical trade as it applies to the day-to-day operation of water and wastewater treatment plants. Topics discussed include: basic electrical principle; electrical safety; motor control principles; and the fundamentals of electric motors. This course is not designed to create tradespersons, but is designed from the viewpoint of plant operators, to develop more awareness of the trades and to enable operators to function more effectively.

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WTTP 1801

 Electrical Fundamentals I

Credits: 3
This course offers an introduction to the electrical trade as it applies to the daily operation of water and wastewater treatment plants. Topics discussed include: basic electrical principles; electrical safety; motor control principles; and the fundamentals of electric motors. This course is designed from the viewpoint of plant operators, to develop more awareness of the trades and to enable operators to function more effectively.
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WTTP 1820

 Instrumentation 1 (90 hours)

Credits: 3
This course offers an introduction to the instrumentation trade as it applies to the day-to-day operation of water and wastewater treatment plants. Topics discussed include: process control principles; terminology; and trouble shooting techniques. This course is not designed to create tradespersons, but is designed from the viewpoint of plant operators, to develop more awareness of the trades and to enable operators to function more effectively.

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WTTP 1821

 Instrumentation I

Credits: 3
This course offers an introduction to the instrumentation trade as it applies to the day-to-day operation of water and wastewater treatment plants. Topics discussed include: process control principles; terminology; and trouble shooting techniques. This course is not designed to create tradespersons, but is designed from the viewpoint of plant operators, to develop more awareness of the trades and to enable operators to function more effectively.
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WTTP 1830

 Mechanical Systems 2 (90 hours)

Credits: 3
A continuation of Mechanical Systems 1, this course includes a detailed examination of the selection, operating principles, adjustment and maintenance of mechanical equipment used in water and wastewater treatment processes and facilities. The course is arranged in three general sections: moving water, major process equipment, and secondary process equipment systems.

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WTTP 1850

 Water Treatment 2 (90 hours)

Credits: 3
This course is a continuation of Water Treatment 1. Advanced topics in this course include: water softening; pH control; pre-oxidation; and dissolved metals removal. Students are provided an overview of chemical feed systems and chemical dosage calculations.

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WTTP 1851

 Water Treatment II

Credits: 3
This course is a continuation of Water Treatment 1. Advanced topics in this course include: water softening; pH control; pre-oxidation; and dissolved metals removal. Students are provided an overview of chemical feed systems and chemical dosage calculations.
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WTTP 1860

 Wastewater Utility 1 (90 hours)

Credits: 3
This course illustrates the progression of wastewater leaving the wastewater collection system and entering into the treatment plant stage. Various forms of preliminary treatment are explained and students learn about stand alone treatment plants such as septic systems and how they operate. Students discuss what occurs after preliminary treatment has taken place in regards to primary treatment, sedimentation, sludge and sludge removal. Wastewater lagoon systems are discussed, the various laboratory principles of wastewater are introduced, and students identify lab procedures related to the wastewater treatment processes.

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WTTP 1870

 Wastewater Utility 2 (90 hours)

Credits: 3
This course provides an in-depth look into the wastewater treatment processes and components. Students focus on secondary and advanced wastewater treatment, wastewater sludge residual treatment and disposal. Areas of study include: descriptions of treatment processes and components for secondary treatment; advance treatment targets and process; residual sludge treatment management; and disposal.

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WTTP 1890

 Practicum 1 (90 hours)

Credits: 3
This course offers students hands-on practical training integral to the development of future water and wastewater operators. Students progress through practical experiences involving basic electrical and instrumentation, mechanical system maintenance, laboratory procedures and plant operation fundamentals for water and wastewater.

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WTTP 1891

 Practicum I

Credits: 3
This course offers students hands-on practical training integral to the development of future water and wastewater operators. Students progress through practical experiences involving basic electrical and instrumentation, mechanical system maintenance, laboratory procedures and plant operation fundamentals for water and wastewater.
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WTTP 2051

 Introduction to Water Chemistry

Credits: 1
This course provides the fundamentals of chemistry as it applies to the water industry. The intent is to lay the foundation for operators to understand more advanced theories involving chemical reactions in water. Topics include the theory behind pH, alkalinity and titrations. These topics are supported by concepts such as chemical equations, equilibriums, acid base theory and buffering capacity.
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WTTP 2060

 Inorganic Species in Water (30 hours)

Credits: 1
The focus of this course will be the study of inorganic species (metals and non-metals) that are found in water and wastewater. Topics will include identification and removal techniques of inorganic species in treatment systems. Basic terminology, reactions and equation analysis will also be covered.

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WTTP 2061

 Inorganic Species in Water

Credits: 1
The focus of this course is on the study of inorganic species (metals and non-metals) found in water and wastewater. Topics include identification and removal techniques of inorganic species in treatment systems. Basic terminology, reactions and equation analysis are also emphasized.
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WTTP 2070

 Organic Species in Water (30 hours)

Credits: 1
The focus of this course will be organic content as it applies to the water and wastewater industries. Topics will include identification, analysis and treatment techniques related to organic compounds. The discussions will include the effects of naturally occurring and human made organics in water.

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WTTP 2071

 Organic Species in Water

Credits: 1
The focus of this course is on the organic content as it applies to the water and wastewater industries. Topics include identification, analysis and treatment techniques related to organic compounds. Students discuss the effects of naturally occurring and human made organics in water.
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WTTP 2131

 Concepts of Filtration

Credits: 1
There are many filtration processes available in the water treatment industry. Each process has its advantages and disadvantages depending on source water and finished water requirements. This course expands on the basic building blocks of filtration as taught in part of WTTP 1711, basic principles of sedimentation and filtration. Topics include: filter design concepts; regulatory standards; filter mechanisms; filter classification; and media selection techniques.
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WTTP 2141

 Slow and Rapid Sand Filtration

Credits: 1
This course considers in detail, the process of slow and rapid sand filtration as introduced in part of WTTP 1711, basic principles of sedimentation and filtration. Topics include: filter operation; performance optimization; maintenance; and backwashing techniques.
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WTTP 2151

 Membrane and Alternative Filtration Techniques

Credits: 1
There are many filtration processes available in water treatment apart from the conventional media processes. Alternative and membrane filtration techniques have recently become more widely used in the water treatment industry. Each of these processes has its advantages and disadvantages depending on source water and finished water requirements. This course covers alternative and membrane filtration as introduced in part of WTTP 1711, basic principles of sedimentation and filtration. Topics include: pressure filtration; iron and manganese removal; activated carbon; diatomaceous earth; cartridge filters; and membrane filtration.
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WTTP 2171

 Basic Principles of Disinfection

Credits: 1
This course is designed to cover the basic principles of water disinfection. Topics include: history of disinfection; causes of waterborne diseases; and disinfection goals. Basic properties and uses of chlorine and disinfection by-products are also discussed.
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WTTP 2181

 Standard Disinfection Practices

Credits: 1
The intent of this course is to analyze in-depth concepts related to the more common forms of water disinfection: chlorination; ozone disinfection; and UV technologies.
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WTTP 2191

 Advanced Disinfection and Fluoridation Practices

Credits: 1
Alternate disinfection practices are a focus of this course, along with fluoridation. Maintenance and calibration procedures used in monitoring equipment for both disinfection and fluoridation are discussed.
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WTTP 2291

 Computers in Industry

Credits: 1
Students are introduced to the components of a computerized system. Understanding personal computers enables students to understand other micro processed-based control equipment, and how to use personal computers more effectively. Course topics include: the personal computer hardware; operating systems; and software applications found in industry.
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WTTP 2301

 Advanced Programmable Logic Controllers

Credits: 1
This course takes students beyond the entry-level and introduces them to more advanced topics such as: analogues signal handling; increasingly sophisticated instructions apart from timers and counters; and how discrete and analogue values can be passed from one PLC to another. Basic topics such as serial and ethernet communication are included in the course.
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WTTP 2311

 Industrial Communications and SCADA Systems

Credits: 1
This course provides students with the basics on a modern planet-wide control system that relies on merging technology, such as computers, PLCs, Operator Interfaces and micro processor based plant-floor devices, together into a Supervisory, Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) System.
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WTTP 2331

 People Management

Credits: 1
Students explore the foundations for managing people. This course is designed for personnel who have been promoted from within the ranks, or for those who need a reminder of the range of management skills and techniques applied to improve performance. The subject matter ranges from the study of manager roles and responsibilities to disciplining employees.
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WTTP 2341

 Asset and Operations Management

Credits: 1
The course is designed for personnel who need a basis in plant management for water and wastewater facilities. The subject matter ranges from the fundamentals of management and asset maintenance to record keeping.
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WTTP 2351

 Financial Management

Credits: 1
This course is designed to teach students basic financial matters as they apply to utility management in the water industries. Topics covered include forecasting, planning and budgeting. The fundamentals of environmental law are also discussed.
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WTTP 2700

 Electrical Fundamentals 2 (90 hours)

Credits: 3
This course is a continuation of Electrical Fundamentals 1, which looks beyond the basic electricity fundamentals and motor control towards the utilization of electrical theory in practical applications. While further fundamental theory such as solid-state electronics and numbering systems is considered, the majority of the information covered in this course references practical applications.

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WTTP 2701

 Electrical Fundamentals II

Credits: 3
This course is a continuation of Electrical Fundamentals 1, which looks beyond the basic electricity fundamentals and motor control towards the utilization of electrical theory in practical applications. While further fundamental theory such as solid-state electronics and numbering systems is considered, the majority of the information covered in this course references practical applications.
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WTTP 2710

 Water Chemistry (90 hours)

Credits: 3
This course provides an introduction to the study of water chemistry. The focus is on chemistry fundamentals that water operators require for problem analysis related to water treatment. Areas of study include: pH; alkalinity; and inorganic (metals and non-metals, anion/cations) and organic (hydrocarbons, aromatics, detergents, pesticides) species found in water. Practical examples of removal and treatment of chemicals found in water are provided.

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WTTP 2720

 Advanced Coagulation and Particle Removal (90 hours)

Credits: 3
This course is a continuation of Water Treatment 2 in which coagulation in general terms is introduced. This course takes an in-depth look at coagulation and particle removal. Topics discussed include: the advanced principles of coagulation; emerging technologies; jar testing; and clarification methods and equipment. The course aims to provide operators with information that will improve their ability to assess conditions in the water treatment plant and make decisions to ensure the smooth operation of their treatment process.

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WTTP 2721

 Advanced Coagulation and Particle Removal

Credits: 3
This course is a continuation of Water Treatment 2 in which coagulation in general terms is introduced. This course takes an in-depth look at coagulation and particle removal. Topics discussed include: the advanced principles of coagulation; emerging technologies; jar testing; and clarification methods and equipment. The course aims to provide operators with information that will improve their ability to assess conditions in the water treatment plant and make decisions to ensure the smooth operation of their treatment process.
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WTTP 2730

 Filtration (90 hours)

Credits: 3
This course provides students with the basic understanding of water filtration mechanisms and the methods of their classification. Topics include a historical overview of the development of water treatment and its impacts on water filtration today. The process of slow and rapid sand filtration and its operation, performance optimization, maintenance, and backwashing techniques are considered in detail. Alternative filtration processes, such as membranes, pressure sand, manganese green sand, activated carbon, pre-coat and sediment filtration are also explained, along with operations and maintenance procedures for each of the technologies.

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WTTP 2740

 Disinfection (90 hours)

Credits: 3
The intent of this course is to cover the advanced concepts of drinking water disinfection and fluoridation. Topics include history of disinfection, causes of waterborne diseases and disinfection goals. Theory of disinfection, design, and operation as well as "disinfection by-products" are discussed. Technologies covered include chlorination, ozone, UV and alternate disinfection methods. Maintenance and calibration procedures used in monitoring equipment for both disinfection and fluoridation are also addressed.

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WTTP 2800

 Microbiology and Toxicology (90 hours)

Credits: 3
The goal of this course is to introduce students to unifying concepts of biology, microbiology and toxicology relating to water, and the most common and significant sources of infectious diseases caused by microbial contamination. Students explore the types of toxicants present in aquatic systems, their routes of exposure and modes of action, as well as their effects on human health and the environment.

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WTTP 2801

 Microbiology and Toxicology

Credits: 3
The goal of this course is to introduce you to some of the unifying concepts of biology, microbiology, and toxicology relating to water, the most common and significant source of infectious diseases caused by microbial contamination. The course will explore the types of toxicants present in aquatic systems, their routes of exposure and modes of action, as well as their effects on human health and the environment.
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WTTP 2820

 Instrumentation 2 (90 hours)

Credits: 3
This course offers a more advanced study into plant floor control and supervision. Students are introduced to the components of a computerized system, and progress to advanced topics including an analogue signal handling, timers and counters, and how discrete and analogue values can be passed from one Programmable Logic Controller to another. Students develop an understanding of modern plant-wide control systems. These systems rely on merging technologies, such as computers, Programmable Logic Controllers, operator interfaces, and micro processor based plant-floor devices, together into a Supervisory, Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system.

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WTTP 2830

 Management and Leadership Skills (90 hours)

Credits: 3
This course provides an introduction to human resources, assets and operations, financial management and techniques used in the water industry. Topics include the art of management and the role of the manager, decision making, time management, written records, human resource management and communication skills. Students examine the skills required for operations management, asset identification, designing an asset maintenance program, data acquisition, and water conservation. Accounts and budgets, financial accounting and international legislation are discussed.

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WTTP 2840

 Source Water Protection and Management (90 hours)

Credits: 3
This course introduces students to source water challenges and issues. Students study how ground and surface source waters and their catchment areas can face threats and vulnerabilities that impact water safety and sustainability. Students learn to characterize source waters, delineate protection areas, and identify water quality and quantity hazards and vulnerabilities. Using this data, students develop risk assessments and response plans to mitigate hazards through water system design, operations, and watershed management.

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WTTP 2890

 Practicum 2 (90 hours)

Credits: 3
This course represents the second onsite practicum. The intent of the course is to provide hands-on practical training as students enter the final phase of the program. Students progress through a series of practical experiences involving: advanced process control; advanced programmable logic controllers; Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Systems; people, asset and operation, financial management and leadership skills; operational procedures in advanced coagulation and particle removal; filtration techniques; and basic to advanced disinfection practices.

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WTTP 2891

 Practicum II

Credits: 3
This course represents the second onsite practicum. The intent of this course is to provide hands-on activities, as students enter the final phase of the program. Students progress through a series of topics covered in terms three and four, such as advanced process control concepts, SCADA systems and Microbiological laboratory procedures.
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