Managing Drinking Water Systems in First Nations Communities
This course is designed as an introduction to management practices related to the drinking water systems in First Nations communities. The course provides a high-level overview of drinking water systems, explores components of effective drinking water system management and provides resources and practical tools for consideration in developing or making improvements to current practices.
- Roles and responsibilities within the drinking water system
- Key aspects of a drinking water system
- Components of effective drinking water system management
- Plans for developing policies and procedures
- Resources available for guidelines and protocols related to drinking water system management
Who is this training for?
This course is designed for First Nations Chief and Council, managers and supervisors who have operational responsibility for drinking water systems.
TO REGISTER FOR THIS COURSE PLEASE GO TO: wcwc.ca/first-nations-zone
This course is provided in partnership with Walkerton Clean Water Centre, Keewaytinook Centre of Excellence, and the Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation.