Dozens of 2005 seminars are offered, ranging from Basic Water Chemistry to new courses such as Ozone Applications, taught by the International Ozone Association; UV System Design and Operation, taught by the International Ultraviolet Association; and Boiler Water Treatment, taught by the Association of Water Technologies.
The show will also feature operational help with courses like Business Planning Essentials; Consumer Data Workshop, which features key metrics uncovered in the 2004 WQA Consumer Marketing Study; and Current Developments and Future Trends in the Water Industry, an over-the-horizon look at market shifts that will affect everyone in water treatment.
Books, cassettes, videos, and conference proceedings CDs will be available for purchase, and certification testing will be conducted for three consecutive days at the show.
For more information about the seminars available, visit the WQA Web site at www.wqa.org, or call (630) 505-0160.
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