Tailor-made training consists of targeted training sessions lasting from 1 to 7 days, following a unique and tailor-made learning approach, which enablesorganisations to accelerate personal development of employees and support the objectives of their company.
Our courses train on microbiological quality control of water, and are aimed at scientists, senior managers and functional or operational managers of companies dealing with water or non-alcoholic beverages (drinking water production, purification, storage, distribution, reuse, wastewater treatment effluents, marine bathing waters, swimming pools and spas).
Our certificate programs enable you to enhance your expertise, boost day-to-day function of your company, meet future challenges and improve technical skills.
Our clients are private companies and public bodies.
Why use Tailor-made courses?
Organisations look for this type of course because such programmes are designed to meet their specific needs: comply with latest legislation or industry standards, update their personnel to the newest methods and techniques of microbiological quality control, perform risk factor analysis etc. In close cooperation with the client, we take into account your context and specific objectives, thus offering a training course carefully adapted to the participant’s professional needs. Different training methodologies are combined to guarantee a dynamic and interactive approach: lectures, hands-on laboratory training, visits to relevant industries, workshops and case studies.
The courses are given at the Environmental Microbiology Unit of the Dept of Public Health, School of Medicine, University of Patras, Greece which is located in the city of Patras, Greece.
There is an option of teaching a course at the location of the client.
Our tailor made courses are designed for groups of up to 10 scientists, and usually have a duration of one week.
Participants receive a Certificate of Attendance at the end of the program.
Contact: For more information, do not hesitate to contact us with your specifics needs to: firstname.lastname@example.org