We are looking at mid-to-senior level professionals with at least five years of experience.
The Water Supply Network Management course is taught by leading local and international practitioners, including Mr Malcolm Farley (Principal Consultant, Malcolm Farley Associates & IWA Fellow), Ms Mary Ann Dickinson (President and CEO of the Alliance for Water Efficiency) and Dr Lim Mong Hoo (Director, Water Quality Department, PUB).
The first part will highlight Singapore as a case-study in sustainable water supply and network management, and feature site visits to relevant PUB facilities. The second part focuses on helping participants tackle the existing challenges of network management. It will cover water safety in the distribution system to ensure the health and safety of our customers, practitioner-based measures in managing and reducing non-revenue water, as well as strategies for sustainable network asset renewal and management. The last part will engage participants on more advanced approaches to better network management and performance. It will delve into the development of smart water networks as well as discuss strategies in water conservation and customer engagement.
This course will provide participants with an in-depth understanding and strategies for managing water supply networks, and it offers practitioner-based technical training to improve non-revenue water.