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Jul
07

Water Treatment Chemical Blending

Today, we’re going to look at Chemical Blending. Watch the video below and learn how this type of water math problem is solved. If you are preparing for a certification exam, you may be interested in our FREE Exam Tips or in signing up for one of our Exam Prep courses. We are here to help you achieve […]

By jay@americanwatercollege.org | Uncategorized . Water Treatment
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Jul
05

How Do You Deal with Conflict?

Conflict is defined as a difference of wants, needs, or expectations.  The workplace is filled with people who have differences of wants, needs, and expectations.  Naturally, conflicts will occur.  These conflicts can be an asset to the organization. If managed correctly, they may be opportunities for creativity, collaboration, and improvement. 5 Conflict Management Styles So, […]

By jay@americanwatercollege.org | Certificate Programs . Continuing Education . Leadership . Management
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Jun
30

Problem Solved: Chlorine Pounds Per Day – Distribution Math

Today, we’re going to look at how to calculate the Chlorinator Setting in Pounds Per Day.  Watch the video below and learn how this type of water math problem is solved.  If you are preparing for a certification exam, you may be interested in our FREE Exam Tips or in signing up for one of our Exam […]

By jay@americanwatercollege.org | Distribution
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Jun
28

How to Manage Change and Transition

Effective leaders consistently embrace and manage change in order to improve organizational effectiveness. According to William Bridges, author of Managing Transitions, change is the event and transition is the psychological process one goes through when experiencing change.  Even if the change is perceived as a good change, there is still a process we have to go […]

By jay@americanwatercollege.org | Certificate Programs . Continuing Education . Leadership . Management
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Jun
23

Problem Solved: MCRT Problem – Wastewater Math

Today, we’re going to look at how to calculate the MCRT (Mean Cell Residence Time).  Watch the video below and learn how this type of water math problem is solved.  If you are preparing for a certification exam, you may be interested in our FREE Exam Tips or in signing up for one of our Exam Prep courses. […]

By jay@americanwatercollege.org | Wastewater Treatment
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Jun
22

How Do You Lead Change?

A critical expression of leadership is the ability to produce change within an organization. Caretaker managers can keep things going on a steady path, but leaders are required if the organization is to pursue a new path or rise to a significantly higher level of performance.  A primary competency of leadership is the ability to […]

By jay@americanwatercollege.org | Certificate Programs . Continuing Education . Leadership . Management
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Jun
16

Problem Solved: Detention Time – Water Treatment Math

Today, we’re going to look at how to calculate Detention Time, the theoretical value of how long water stays in a process or in a tank before flowing out.  Watch the video below and learn how this type of water math problem is solved. If you are preparing for a certification exam, you may be interested in […]

By jay@americanwatercollege.org | Uncategorized . Water Treatment
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Jun
14

5 Traits to Look for When Hiring

When trying to hire the best and the brightest, most managers look only at education and experience.  The problem is, past performance does not necessarily predict future success. And education doesn’t make a big difference in the long term. It may give a candidate a short head start, but unless a person is committed to […]

By jay@americanwatercollege.org | Leadership . Management . Uncategorized . Workforce Development
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