Training programs on Infrastructure, Environment, Water and Sanitation
Customized training in the field of Urban Infrastructure
Delivering finest global knowledge for diversified applications
Trainings Topics for Water Supply
1. Understanding of water supply system
2. Groundwater Resources and Treatment.
3. Unit Operations in Water Treatment (Coagulation, Sedimentation, Flotation and Filtration)
4. Disinfection, Adsorption and Natural Processes for Water Treatment
5. Water Quality Assessment and Monitoring
6. Urban Water Systems
7. Decentralised Water Supply and Sanitation
8. Managing Water Organizations
9. Water Transport and Distribution
10. Desalination and Membrane Technology
11. Finance in the Water Sector
12. Asset Management
13. Water Resources Planning
14. Groundwater Data Collection and Interpretation
15. Hydrological Data Collection and Processing
16. Partnerships for Water Supply and Sanitation
17. Water Treatment Processes and Plants
18. Advanced Water Transport and Distribution
19. Computer-aided Design
20. Water Resilient Recovery: Bridging the Gap between Disaster Risk Recovery and Water Resilient Planning
Faecal Sludge Management
Skill Development Program In Plumbing
GIS & ITS Application In Urban Infrastructure
Solid Waste Management
Training Of Trainers
Mahesh P. Pathak
Water management Professional having more than 25 years of field experience.
Technical advisor with UIEW, worked extensively on water supply and water management for couple of decades.
Dr. Shrikant Gabale
Expertise - GIS & Remote Sensing, 9+ Years of work Experience
PhD. Urban Geo-morphology.
An architect having experience of about 20 years in consulting for sustainable governance projects across the world.
Experience since 1999 in the field of Civil Engineering, aspects handled by him - Construction Supervision and Monitoring, Quantity Survey, Budgeting and Cost Control, Structural and Hydraulic Designing, Total Quality Management.
|IHE Delft, The Netherlands||Savitribai Phule Pune University||Australian Institute of Water Sciences, Australia|
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