We invite graduate level students, consultants and regulatory experts alike who intend to achieve relevant scientific, engineering and administrative knowledge and up-dated expertise for the sound development of suitable solutions for water treatment technologies under the harsh climate conditions of the high north to participate.
The teaching will consist of a series of webinars, interactive discussion fora, quizzes and webinars. The concept combines academic multi-media-based teaching with individual and group work solving relevant exercises and cases. The course is taking advantage of new didactical methods and an open source digital database supporting the course is already available.
June 20th - July 8th 2022
- Current status of water and sewer service in the Arctic
- Environmental impacts of water and sewer in the Arctic
- Local pollution aspects
- Climate change and WASH
- Indigenous knowledge and WASH
- Health and risk assessment of water and sewer in the Arctic
- Technology: experience and developments
Level: Graduate and post-graduate level depending of the final assignment
Workload and credits
5 ECTS or 3 Credits
- Video recorded lectures to watch when it fits your time zone
- Individual assignments with peer feedback
- Online discussions scheduled to fit the full range of time-zones represented as good as possible
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