Course overview

Water of good quality is necessary for domestic, environmental, industrial, recreational and agricultural uses. For those working in water management, this course will allow you to understand the rationale for and be practically competent in the sampling of water and the measurement and interpretation of water quality parameters.



Learning outcomes

By the end of this course participants will be able to evaluate water quality data and the monitoring strategies that generate them.

Additional Course Information

Areas covered will include:

  • Water quality issues
  • Monitoring fundamentals and approaches
  • Sampling methods
  • Water quality sampling & analysis

    Key facts

    Course Dates
    Short Course - Five Days.
    Entry Requirements
    Degree in a related subject. Relevant workplace experience may, in some circumstances, be accepted as qualification for entry to this course. Enquire directly to see if you qualify.
    IFST Membership
    Your course enrolment also entitles you to one year of free membership to the IFST (Institute of Food, Science and Technology).
    Course Provider
    Cranfield University
    Course Arrangements
    Full joining instructions will be confirmed by the course provider.
    Course Location
    Cranfield University
    Mixed Cohort
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