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Training course description

Objectives Presentation of WWTP and stormwater concepts in rural areas with focus on demanding discharge quality levels in sensitive areas and insight to MBR technology
Content Important parameters for planning and deciding about the concept of the sewage systems and WWT plant are defined. Up to date technology is presented, importance to understanding the technology is emphasized.
Target Group and selection criteria Technical managers and engineers of medium and small sewage treatment companies; decision makers for organisation and arrangement of future sewage systems and WWTP-s
N° of participants Max 15 participants
Trainer Bojana Hajduk Černeha, Bojan Zmaić; Majk Milović
Training Methods Theoretical lessons, power point presentations, on site workshop and activities
Language/Material Croatian lessons
Evaluation By feed-back discussion and in written form
Partner Organisations GWP
MICRODYN-NADIR GmbH (Wiesbaden, Germany)

Training course schedule: Day 1

 DAY 1  Introduction, legal framework, basics of WWT  
10:00–11:00 Welcome
Introduction of the participants
Outline of the day and „warm up“
Expectations of the Participants
Group talks
hand out of workshop material
Flipchart Mindmap
11:00–11:30 BREAK  
11:30–12:15 Legal framework in Croatia according to Water Act and in view to EU accession Power point presentation
12:15–13:00 Basics of waste water treatment technology and process  Lecture using cards or Power point pictures
13:00–14:00 LUNCH  
14:00–15:30 Basics of sanitation for defining central and decentralized systems Brainstorming and group work
15:30–16:00 BREAK  
16:00–16:30

Basics of stormwater management –
on site SWM techniques and possibility of integration of decentralized WW and SW systems

Power point presentation Charts presentation, examples
16:30-17:00

Summary

Discussion
 5 hours    

Training course schedule: Day 2

 DAY 2    
09:00–09:30 Repetition of the first day
Check the expectations again
Explaining the flip chart
papers from the first day
09:30–10:30 Decentralized vs. Centralized WWTPs: Decision criteria for deciding the most appropriate approach  Power point and discussion
10:30-11:00 BREAK  
11:00–12:30 Different decentralised treatment technologies and applications including economic considerations Power point presentation Charts presentation, examples
12:30–13:30 LUNCH  
13:30–15:00 Decision making workshop: some case studies Group work and discussion
15:00-15:30 BREAK  
15:30-16:30 Basics of MBR Technology as example for treatment in sensitive areas Power point presentation
Examples, comparison with other technologies
16:30-17:00 Summary  
6,0 hours    

Training course schedule: Day 3

 DAY 3    
09:00–09:30 Repetition of the first day
Check the expectations again
Flipchart
09:30-10:30 Design, Installation and Operation of Submerged MBR and key figures Presentation and exercise
10:30–11:00 BREAK  
11:00–12:30 Role of control systems and automation (PLC) - Importance of Measurement and instrumentation of WWTP, stressed on MBR examples for continuous discharge control Presentation of some instruments, discussion with participants
12:30–13:30 LUNCH  
13:30-14:00 Summary  
14:00-14:45 Final Exam  
14:45-15:30 Discussion  
5 hours Complete training: 16 hours  

Gallery: Decentralised WWTPs and membrane applications for WW, 2014

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