WATER RESEARCH AND TRAINING CENTRE
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The Institute of Applied Science also hosts personnel that are experts in the water industry and have worked closely with the International Water Association (IWA) for many long years, with a range of research achievements and publications in local and international water conferences and journals (see IWA April 2014- Water Benchmarking).
The first water programme to be launched is the L5 Higher Diploma in Environment and Water Technology. This is a full 120-credit Level 5 programme, and will run on a three-year part time basis, starting from this October 2014. The programme also allows for progression to the Higher Diploma in Environmental Conservation and B.Sc. (Hons.) in Environmental Engineering (at a combined 3 years full-time). Interested parties are encouraged to seek the forthcoming part-time MCAST prospectus for more details, or contact the Institute of Applied Science on firstname.lastname@example.org .
Photo: Signing of a Memorandum of Understanding on the 7th July 2014, between MCAST represented by Dr Silvio De Bono (President, MCAST Board of Governors), and the Water Services Corporation represented by Mr William Wait (Executive Chairman, WSC). The MOU provides for collaboration between MCAST and the WSC in the fields of water technology and skilling.
Photo: MCAST – IAS Water Research and Training Centre
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Paola PLA 9032.
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