Skip to content Skip to footer site map

ENVI36

Environmental Analysis II expands the student’s experience in the field of environmental analysis.  It is split into two modules: water analysis and air quality analysis. 

Module I: The aim of this 6-week module is to introduce the main properties of water that characterize its suitability for various purposes such as for drinking water, protection of aquatic life and other beneficial services.  The laboratory component will emphasize analysis techniques used for measuring the properties of surface water, wastewater and drinking water.  For drinking water, material from the self-study module for the Entry Level Course for Drinking Water Operators will be introduced.

Module II: This 4-week module supports the ENVI32 Air Quality course by providing supplementary material with a focus on hands-on activities to expand the student’s understanding of air quality monitoring and testing.