Pafos Innovation Institute

ADDRESSING WATER SCARCITY DURING ROUTINE AND EMERGENCY

Description

Water and sewage infrastructures are exposed to threats and vulnerabilities that can cause shortages in supply for a long time, and for large sections of the population. The risks can stem from severe malfunctions in operations or maintenance infrastructure, natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods, tropical storms and tsunamis, or from terrorist attacks and cyber-attacks.



Learn innovative water and crisis management techniques and get coaching to drive sustainable water management and contingency planning in your organization.


Team up with other professionals and train together to drive sustainability on a real project.


Participate in group training sessions, simulations, and practical deployment of the latest technologies.


Learn from successes and failures and develop practical skills you can take back to your workplace.


Course Objectives

In this course, you will learn how to prepare the water and sewage infrastructure for a crisis. You will explore proven, yet unconventional strategies to analyze the issues and prepare for contingencies. You will leave with a toolkit of novel ways of thinking about your work, ready to address the challenges of managing water supply during routine and emergencies.

Program Director
Shimon Tal
Start date
Starting soon in accordance with Covid 19 regulations.
Duration
5 days
Who should attend

This course is suitable for Government officials and technical people from municipalities and water authorities. Employees from private water companies providing services to the country and local authorities. Researchers, senior scientists, policymakers, technology suppliers, and other stakeholders in water crisis and supply management.

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