[ Book online ]
This course is designed to provide scientific skills and understanding of the key chemical, physical and biological processes appropriate for a practising environmental engineer. Delegates have the opportunity to gain experience in practical analytical methods for assessing pollution of the natural environment (for example, river water quality) and engineered treatment systems (for example, wastewater treatment plants).
Delegates will aquire knowledge and understanding of the physical, chemical, and biological sciences which underpin Environmental Engineering and sustainability of the environment.
Upon completion of the course, delegates will have:
The lecture / tutorial elements of the course take place in the mornings with optional laboratory sessions in the afternoons. The laboratory sessions provide basic laboratory analytical skills for the common water and wastewater parameters (chemical, physical and microbiological) used in water and wastewater quality assessment for UK Standards.
Please note that our courses are reviewed regularly, both in response to feedback and so that information about recent research and developments can be included. Thus, content may be subject to change.
Consultants, Environmental Officers, Water and Wastewater Engineers, Environment Agency and Water Utility staff.
We offer a 30 percent discount to full time students and to Newcastle University staff.
The course fee includes tuition, course materials, lunch and refreshments.
Formal assessment may be available for this Course. Assessment attracts an additional fee of £285, and delegates will be issued with a transcript and Certificate of Credit Achieved. Owing to visa restrictions the assessment option is not available to international students outside the European Economic Area (EEA).
This course is also delivered as a Module (code CEG8101) on at least one of the School's Masters programmes, the majority of which can be studied part time, making them suitable for those in employment. Delegates will attend with full and part time registered students. The Academic Module Outline is available via the University's Module Catalogue.