Capacity Development 2018-19

The GIZ-project «Decentralized Wastewater Management for Adaption to Climate Change in Jordan (ACC Project)» is pleased to announce a series of Trainings, e-Learning courses and Study visits for 2018 and 2019. In this section, you find'll some more details on the upcoming CD-measures.

Dates | Topics

Following you find a brief overview on the courses planned so far. Right now, we are in the stage of preparation, so the dates are partly not yet fixed. Please come back to get updated.

e-Learning course : «BASICS OF WASTEWATER» | 16.4. – 14.5.2018 (4 weeks) | Application is now closed

Course 1 serves as an introduction to wastewater, seen from a more decentralized perspective, consisting of these modules: Introduction and Background || Wastewater Management || Interface, Collection and Conveyance || Wastewater Treatment Technologies. 
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Training course: «DECENTRALIZED WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT 1» | May 2018 (Date & Time still tbd.)

This course is implemented by BORDA on behalf of the ACC-project. The detailed agenda and the target audience of this course will be published in advance.
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e-Learning course: «HOW TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES IMPACT THE CLIMATE» | 15.10.-12.11.2018 (4 weeks) | Application starting 10.9.2018 

Course 2 builds on course 1 and looks more specifically on sludge, operation and maintenance and the reuse of the products from wastewater treatment plants. The following 4 modules are contained in Course 2: Sludge Treatment || Operation and Maintenance || Re-use of Wastewater and Sludge || Mitigation of and Adaptation to Climate Change. (Download the Course Announcement here ›››)
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Training course: «DECENTRALIZED WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT | Sept./October 2018 (Date & Time still tbd.)

This course is implemented by BORDA on behalf of the ACC-project. The detailed agenda and the target audience of this course will be published in advance.
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Guided Studytour: «DECENTRALIZED WASTEWATER – Construction examples» | Date & Time still tbd.

This Study visit is implemented by BORDA on behalf of the ACC-project. The detailed agenda and the target audience of this program will be published in advance.
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