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AWT Technical Training Recordings

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For individuals and companies looking for informative and cost-effective training that can be pursued from the convenience of your own office, the Association of Water Technologies (AWT) offers online video podcasts. Recorded live at AWT’s 2015 Technical Training Seminar, these 15 sessions provide essential education/information for all water treatment professionals—no matter what stage they are in their careers.

Courses in AWT Technical Training Recordings
  • Classroom Training 1: Basic Chemistry

    This session, recorded live during AWT's Training Seminar, was taught by Colin Frayne, CWT, and explains the chemistry that a professional water treatment specialist would encounter when designing the treatment program for either a boiler or cooling water program.

  • Classroom Training 2: Basic Pretreatment, Boiler Equipment and Treatment

    This session, recorded live during AWT's Training Seminar, taught by Bruce T. Ketrick Sr., CWT, explains the functions and application of pretreatment equipment as filtration, water softeners, dealkalisers and basic reverse osmosis.

  • Classroom Training12: Ultrafiltration

    This session, recorded live during AWT's Training Seminar, was taught by Colin Frayne, CWT, and it details the technology of ultrafiltration.

  • Classroom Training11: Reverse Osmosis

    This session, recorded live during AWT's Training Seminar, was taught by Dick Youmans, and reviews the fundamentals of reverse osmosis.

  • Classroom Training10: Health, Safety and Regulatory Issues

    This session, recorded live during AWT's Training Seminar, was taught by Jay Farmerie, CWT, and is designed to give the water treater a substantial resource in relation to regulations, safety protocols, PPE, product handling, product Safety Data Sheets (SDS) and what a water treatment professional should know when performing their duties in a facility.

  • Classroom Training14: Water Treatment Calculations

    This session, recorded live during AWT's Training Seminar, was taught by Trace Blackmore, CWT, LEED AP, and it is designed to explain the math required to function as a water treatment professional.

  • Classroom Training 3: Boiler Water Treatment, Part 1

    This session, recorded live during AWT's Training Seminar, was taught by Bruce T. Ketrick Sr., CWT, and reviews the relationship between pretreatment equipment and boiler water treatment programs.

  • Classroom Training 4: Boiler Water Treatment, Part 2

    This session, recorded live during AWT's Training Seminar, was taught by Bruce T. Ketrick Sr., CWT, and introduces the participant to the mechanical components of boilers and how the use of water treatment chemistry is used to maintain efficient boiler water sides.

  • Classroom Training 5: Boiler Water Treatment, Part 3

    This session, recorded live during AWT's Training Seminar, was taught by Bruce T. Ketrick Sr., CWT, and presents, generically, boiler water treatment programs and how they may be utilized in boiler systems.

  • Classroom Training13: Water Testing

    This session, recorded live during AWT's Training Seminar, was taught by Frank Lecrone III, and provides the type of testing that is used for the determination of program effectiveness for both boiler and cooling water treatment programs.

  • Classroom Training 9: Feed and Control Equipment

    This session, recorded live during AWT's Training Seminar, was taught by Greg Powell and was developed as a primer for feed and control equipment.

  • Classroom Training 6: Cooling Water Chemistry Corrosion and Scale, Part 1

    This session, recorded live during AWT's Training Seminar, was taught by Jim Lukanich, CWT, and presents the function of water impurities as they relate to typical cooling water systems.

  • Classroom Training 7: Cooling Water Chemistry Corrosion and Scale, Part 2

    This session, recorded live during AWT's Training Seminar, was taught by Jim Lukanich, CWT, and expands the functions of scale formation, deposition and corrosion and then presents the treatment chemistries that could be used to minimize their effect on a cooling water system.

  • Classroom Training 8: Cooling Water Microbiology and Biofilms

    This session, recorded live during AWT's Training Seminar, was taught by Jim Lukanich, CWT, and describes how bacteria and other related microorganisms function in cooling water.