Our Constructed Wetlands for Pollution Control course has been designed to provide you with an understanding of the role and capacity of constructed wetlands in improving and maintaining water quality. It evaluates the use of constructed wetlands in the treatment of municipal and industrial wastewaters, partially-treated effluents, run-off water and sludge. Following a review of the relevant legislative and regulatory framework associated with the discharge of treated effluents, it considers the typical design criteria used for horizontal flow, vertical flow and other forms of constructed wetlands, together with their construction and commissioning, whether as new build or retro-fit.
This fully online course is delivered through our learning platform which provides the flexibility to study from anywhere at any time. The platform features a course discussion forum, allowing you to interact with the course tutor and network with your fellow professionals on the course.
This course is assessed by way of an assignment. The question is released at the start of the course and answers are due for submission at the end of the course via the learning platform.
Successful completion of this course will enable you to:
- demonstrate up-to-date technical knowledge
- deliver a better service to your clients
- demonstrate commitment to your chosen profession
- gain 8 CPD credits
Course Duration: 5 weeks
Course Fee: £440 + VAT