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Introduction to Water Resources (Environmental Technology Certificate Program )

Introduction to Water Resources is an introduction to hydrology and water policy, intended for students seeking employment in a field related to water quality. You will learn about the significance of water resources, how water quality is measured, and how water policy determines how water is used.


Hazardous Materials and Lab are designed for personnel involved with the investigation and remediation of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites and, to a lesser extent, response to an accident involving hazardous materials. The course set meets the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s requirement (29 CFR 1910.120(e)(3)(i)) of a minimum of 40 hours of classroom safety training for hazardous waste site workers, and includes weekly lab exercises. After completing these courses, participants will be more knowledgeable of hazardous waste operations, team functions, personnel health and safety procedures, and operation of field monitoring equipment.The classroom (3 semester credits) and lab (1 semester credit) portions of Hazardous Materials and Lab are packaged together as a 4-credit set for convenience, since both portions are required to complete the 40-hour HAZWOPER certification. However, they easily can be delivered as separate courses, and adopting colleges are encouraged to program according to their local needs.  * Some content of this course may not be applicable to the Indian System.
Name Introduction to Water Resources (Environmental Technology Certificate Program )
Language English
Duration 4:00 hours
Sector Green Jobs
Price (INR) FREE
Availablity Available full time
Certification Availability from Knowledge Partner Not Available
Certification Availability from eSkillIndia Not Available
Assessment Availability from Knowledge Partner Available
Pre-Qualification 11th to 12th

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*   The QP alignment of the course is provided by the Knowledge Partner and the course may not cover the QP in entirety.