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Is about carrying out of courses of improvement of professional skill under the program
"Hydrological and Ecological Fundamentals of the Water Economy"
East Kazakhstan State University. S. Amanzholov invites to the refresher courses on the program "Hydrological and ecological foundations of the water economy". The courses are organized within the framework of the Erasmus + international project: Institutional partnership for the sustainability of transboundary water use: Russia and Kazakhstan.
The aim of the course program is to create in-depth training for specialists in the field of rational use and protection of water resources, development of water management on the basis of environmental reflection on professional activities.
1. To consider general issues of the ecology of the water economy.
2. To show the hydrological-ecological aspects of different branches of the national economy.
3. To Investigate ways to solve problems of water resources associated with anthropogenic activities.
Location: EKSU of the name of S. Amanzholov, educational building № 1 (Ust-Kamenogorsk, 30-th Guards Division, 34).
Terms of training: from February 1 to February 24, 2017.
Training is carried out in-person, using distance learning technology of the Moodle platform and conducting lecture, seminar and practical classes for the course participants.
Training in advanced training courses is free of charge. The travel and travel expenses are paid at the expense of the sending party.
Upon completion of training, a certificate of professional development is issued.
The total amount of the course is 44 hours (36 hours - lectures, 8 hours - practical) + number of tests - 1 (final testing) - 1 hour.
The Full-time of reading of the courses is planned to be held from 2 pm to 6 pm (4 hours).
The time of the remote clock is discussed and agreed with the lecturer.
As a result of mastering the course, the listener will know:
- thefeatures and structure of water management systems;
- theprinciples of water management;
- thecharacteristics of participants in the water management complex;
- thebasic schemes of water supply, watering and sanitation;
- thenorms of water consumption and water disposal;
-the measures to save water resources and maintain water quality;
-the provisions of the water code and other legal and regulatory documentation.
The application (see the Appendix) for participation in the courses should be sent by January 27 to the e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org. In the subject line of the letter, indicate "Application for courses".
More detailed information (necessary documents, schedule of courses, etc.) will be notified to the registered participants.