ATEEC Report, “Regional Water Conversations”

ATEEC has just released a unique new report that provides a snapshot of water technology issues in different regions across the U.S. “Regional Water Conversations” gathered input from the Midwest, Mountain West, Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, and Southwest areas of the country to provide speci…
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Defining Water Management Report

The Defining Water Management report validates and updates occupational information with input from business, industry, educators, technicians, and researchers. It defines the water management field and identifies occupational categories and job functions. Changes in the field of water management n…
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Defining Water Webinar Recording

ATEEC  held a a webinar about our “Defining Water Management Report” on December 4th, 2013. Summary of the Webinar This webinar is intended to familiarize anyone interested in the water management field, with the recent report on  ATEEC’s “Defining Water Management” forum. Some o…
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Water Sector Competency Model

The American Water Works Association (AWWA) worked with its industry membership to identify the occupation-specific competencies required for workers in the water sector. In collaboration with the Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water and the Water Environment Federation (WEF), the resu…
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Regional Water Conversations Report

In 2014, ATEEC facilitated a series of six regional water forums documented in this report. The primary purposes of these conversations were to obtain a snapshot view, from business and industry input, of existing and upcoming water management jobs and to determine which jobs are currently most need…
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Defining Water Management Chart

The “Defining Water Management” careers chart provides a snapshot view of water technology careers at the technician level. ATEEC has collected information from expert practitioners and educators in the field to generate the 2013 Defining Water Management report, distilling a wide-ran…
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Regional Water Conversations Chart

This chart is part of the ATEEC report Regional Water Conversations and provides a snapshot of the most prevalent and fastest-growing jobs in the regions of the Midwest, Mountain West, Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, and Southwest. In 2014, ATEEC facilitated a series of six regional water forums.…
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Water Technology Programs Listing

ATEEC-developed listing of water technology programs across the nation. One of ATEEC’s goals is to identify and maintain an online listing of environmental, water, and energy technology programs in the nation’s two-year colleges, high schools, and workforce training organizations. Wi…
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Design a Solar Hot Water Heater System Lesson

Lesson goal: To size a collector and tank for a solar hot water heater and estimate the savings by replacing an electric hot water heater with a solar hot water heater. Students employ concepts such as Costs of Electricity Unit Conversion and Energy Calculations Energy Terminology Solar Energy Syste…
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Nonpoint Source Water Contamination

This updated module is part of a series of instructional environmental materials titled Technology and Environmental Decision-Making: A critical-thinking approach to 7 environmental challenges. The module is aimed at college and high school instructors, to deliver science-based background informatio…
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