The Singapore Water Academy is pleased to launch the third course in its flagship Singapore Water Management Series.
The five-day Water Supply Network Management course provides an in-depth understanding and strategies for managing water supply networks, and offers practitioner-based training to manage non-revenue water.
Starting with an overview of Singapore as a case study for sustainable water supply and network management, the course will feature site visits to key PUB installations to look at technologies employed for efficient management of network operations.
International experts from Australia, United Kingdom, Denmark and United States will share global perspectives in reducing non-revenue water, managing sustainable network assets, smart water networks, and strategies in water conservation and customer engagement.
- Singapore’s approach to sustainable water supply and network management
- Managing and reducing non-revenue water
- Sustainable network asset renewal and management
- Future readiness – harnessing smart technologies and customer engagement strategies
Designed by water practitioners for fellow water professionals
The course will be taught by leading local and international practitioners in the water industry, including Mr Malcolm Farley (Principal Consultant, Malcolm Farley Associates & IWA Fellow), Ms Mary Ann Dickinson (President and CEO of the Alliance for Water Efficiency) and Dr Lim Mong Hoo (Director, Water Quality Department, PUB). These practitioners bring knowledge and expertise from their home countries, in the areas on water loss management, non-revenue water and water conservation.
Course fees and registration
Date: 23 – 27 Apr 2018 (5 days)
Location : Grand Hyatt Singapore
Address : 10 Scotts Road, Singapore 228211
Fees : $ 2,990 SGD (excl 7% tax for Singapore-based participants)
Subsidies available for Singaporeans and Singapore PRs. The course also qualifies for 25 Professional Development Units (PDU) by the Professional Engineers Board.
For more details, please contact:
Mr Lincoln Peh (lincoln_PEH@pub.gov.sg, DID: +65 6731 3968).