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Environmental Engineering for Developing Countries
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The course centres on addressing water and sanitation needs in developing countries, covering low cost engineering technologies as well as the crucially related social, economic, commercial and institutional issues, which are often not covered in traditional engineering training. Topics covered include disease, sanitation (on-site, sewerage, treatment, re-use), water (resources, treatment, provision), hygiene, drainage and solid waste management. In addition to formal lectures, guest speakers share their experience of the issues involved in working in developing countries in a series of seminars and case studies.
This course gives an insight into water supply, sanitation, hygiene and disease in developing countries, providing examples of appropriate water resource and environmental engineering interventions, and an introduction to relevant social, economic and institutional issues. The course centres on addressing water and sanitation needs in developing countries, and includes the following main topics and cross-cutting issues:
Upon completion of the course, delegates will:
They will also be able to:
The Course is delivered over five days, and the programme varies from year to year. Typical lecture and seminar titles include:
This course aims to inspire and equip delegates with a range of backgrounds to make a difference in the water and sanitation sector in developing countries, working with government bodies, international agencies and NGOs. Course delegates do not require specialist knowledge or prior experience of working in developing countries.
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 £285.00, 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 CEG8107) 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.
|Environmental Engineering for Developing Countries accredited by Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management|