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May
22

Applied Hydraulics | Pump Efficiency

Learn about Pump Efficiency in this excerpt from the Applied Hydraulics module of our Water Treatment Technology Certificate Program.

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May
21

Why Create your own content?

Developing a training program and material for new employee orientation is something most utilities know is a good idea, but they lack the knowledge or system to implement a thorough program. They resort to job shadowing methods. Job shadowing is effective for the situations the supervisor encounters but will likely miss some key irregular scenarios. […]

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May
20
May
15

Applied Hydraulics | Pump Horsepower

Learn about Minor Head Loss in this excerpt from the Applied Hydraulics module of our Water Treatment Technology Certificate Program.

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May
13

MGD to GPM | Texas Class C Groundwater Math

Learn about calculating Pipe Volume in this video.

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May
09

How to Resolve Conflict

Conflict arises when individuals and teams have different wants, needs, or expectations. Water and Wastewater Utilities are filled with people who have different wants, needs, and expectations. Naturally, conflict will arise. The question is, will the conflict become an asset or a liability. Unresolved conflict is detrimental to an organization. Listen as the Water Brothers […]

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May
08

Applied Hydraulics | Pumping Rate

Learn about Minor Head Loss in this excerpt from the Applied Hydraulics module of our Water Treatment Technology Certificate Program.

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May
07

What is Learning Management?

In short, it’s assigning and tracking all the courses an operator takes. When this process of assigning and tracking courses is incorporated into one system it’s called a Learning Management System. Learning Management is one of the most important aspects of training. Even if you don’t have a system dedicated to it, you likely have […]

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