Chlorination Workshop

CEUs

2.0 CEUs

Description

This three day workshop covers the theoretical and practical aspects of chlorination, the handling and use of chlorine and chlorine compounds, as well as the operation and maintenance of chlorination equipment. It is intended for operators working in a municipality who wish to upgrade their knowledge of chlorination and chlorinators. Emphasis is placed on gas chlorination.

Dates & Locations

    • Session #1
    • May 22, 2019 8:00am - May 24, 2019 4:00pm
    • Black Knight Inn - 2929 50 Ave - Red Deer

Prerequisites

Candidates should be working in a facility that uses chlorine gas or a hypochlorite for disinfecting potable water or wastewater effluent.

Course Completion Exam:
At the end of the course a completion exam will be given. An overall minimum of 70% is needed to achieve a passing grade.

Delivery Formats

In Class

Outline

Topics include:

•Properties of chlorine
•Chlorination applications
•Principles of disinfection
•Alternative disinfectants
•Dosage calculations
•Chlorine safety
•Handling of chlorine
•Chlorination equipment
•Chlorinator operation
•Troubleshooting
•Control systems
•Maintenance of chlorine systems
•Chlorine analysis

COURSE MATERIALS:
No manuals will be forwarded to students in advance of this course – the instructor will provide all material on-site.

Cost

$550.00 Must have current AWWOA Membership

$650.00 Non-Members

$412.50 (For in-class courses only) Must have a current AWWOA Membership and be an operator of a small public rural water/wastewater facility.