The goal of wastewater management is to clean and protect water. This means that water must be clean enough so that it can be used by people for drinking and washing, and by industry for commercial purposes. It also must be clean enough to release into oceans, lakes, and rivers after it has been used.
Role of a Waste Water Facility Manager
A waste water facility manager is responsible for the overall operations within a water treatment facility. Duties typically include worker supervision, enforcing plant procedures and policies, conducting performance reviews, and overseeing training programs. Water Facility managers must have valid state certification. A water facility manager oversees all of a plant’s functions, including water storage, treatment and delivery operations. Due to strict state and federal regulations in water treatment, management positions require experience, education and certification. The Master Waste Water Management certification is not restricted to water treatment plant operations.
The Master Waste Water Management ™ MWWM certification
The certified Master Waste Water Management ™ MWWM credential is a gold standard certification that demonstrates the attainment of a defined level of technical knowledge in waste water management, professional practice, and ethical behavior. It forms the basis of the assessment that applicants must pass to gain Master Waste Water Management status and inclusion in the Register of The American Academy of Project Management® Certified / Chartered Professional. Individuals with several years of experience in waste water management are encouraged to acquire this certification. Roles include waste water treatment manager, research and development in the technology of waste water management, engineers involved in water treatment, project manager involved with waste water management, et cetera. Take the challenges ahead with AAPM gold-standard certified Master Waste Water Management ™ MWWM certification.
Benefits of becoming a certified Master in Waste Water Management.
- Personal recognition from your peers in project management and other professions.
- Enhanced CV to stand out in the job market.
- A framework for the development of your career.
- International recognition.
- Assurance for clients of high standards and ethical practice.
- Use of the post nominal MWWM
e.g. C. Stephen, MWWM Fellow AAPM
Requirements: i) Degree in Environmental Engineering or equivalent ii) 3+ years experience in waste water management iii) Pass the certified Master Waste Water Management examination
HOW TO APPLY: To qualify for the Master Waste Water Management certification, you need to complete the following steps:
- Complete the Mandatory Candidate Information (MCI)
- Complete the payment upon receipt of the invoice.
- Take the exam when you’re ready.
Examination: email to request the examination questions when you are ready to take the exam. The examination comprised of 50 questions; Passing grade is 70%.
Course fee: Includes Master Waste Water Management certificate, APPM membership certificate, examination fee, and shipping.
Mandatory Candidate Information : please include the Title of the Certification Course that you wish to apply in the subject line when submitting the following information and attach a latest copy of your C.V. email to firstname.lastname@example.org
1) Full Name: 2) Shipping Address: 3) Name on Certificate: 4) Mobile number:
The AAPM AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT ® IBS International Board of Standards is the first graduate global Board of Standards for project management industry professionals to earn Accreditation under the TUV-OE European Standards for ISO 9001 Certification and ISO 29990 Certification. AAPM is also a chartered member of the CHEA Council for Higher Education Accreditation – International Quality Group (CHEA/CIQG) Memorandum of Affiliation is designed to engage quality assurance and accrediting organizations in a shared effort to affirm and promote fundamental principles for higher education quality.
Who is eligible to apply: Roles include waste water treatment manager, research and development in the technology of waste water management, engineers involved in water treatment, project manager involved with waste water management, et cetera.
The GAFM International Board of Standards is the first graduate global Board of Standards for industry professionals to earn Accreditation under the TUV-OE European Standards for ISO 9001 Certification and ISO 29990 Certification. GAFM is also a chartered member of the CHEA Council for Higher Education Accreditation – International Quality Group (CHEA/CIQG) Memorandum of Affiliation is designed to engage quality assurance and accrediting organizations in a shared effort to affirm and promote fundamental principles for higher education quality. GAFM is listed as “International Board of Standards” in CHEA/CIQG.
Founded in 1988, the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) is a global business education accrediting body and the first organization to offer accreditation to all levels of collegiate business educational degree programs from associate to doctoral. ACBSP ignites a standard of excellence with an accreditation process based on the Baldrige Education Criteria for Performance Excellence. By evaluating aspects of leadership, strategic planning, relationships with stakeholders, quality of academic programs, faculty credentials, and educational support, ACBSP assesses whether or not business programs offer a rigorous educational experience and commitment to continuous quality improvement.
For more than 10 years, ACBSP and GAFM have benefited from a mutual articulation agreement. The current agreement between ACBSP and GAFM International Board of Standards states:
- All ACBSP baccalaureate/graduate degree schools that have attained accredited status will be officially recognized by the GAFM with an educational and degree path toward certification eligibility.
- ACBSP accredited business school programs are recognized as GAFM/AAPM eligible programs for credentials listed at GAFM.COM.MY
Citizens of Qatar and United Arab Emirates represent some of the certificate holders for the certified Master Waste Water Management credential.
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