Qualification Design and Sanitation for Pure Drinkable Water: A Project Study

Fehiman Çiner, Neslihan Doğan-Sağlamtimur, Altan Dizdar, Gamze Yücel Işıldar, Seniha Alev Söylemez, Hakan Naim Ardor, Mustafa Necat Coşkun, Ertuğrul Dizdar, Çağan Dizdar, Anna Kujumdzieva, C.M. Stracke

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    Abstract

    Drinking water quality management has been a key element of primary prevention and control of waterborne diseases for a long time. This chapter is based on the EU Project “Implementation of ECVET for Qualification Design in Drinking Water Treatment Plants and Sanitation for Pure Drinkable Water PUREH2O” that contributes to the recognition and transparency of qualifications at the EU level and provides an innovative model for competencies for the potable water sector. The main dilemma that PURE-H2O intends to tackle is the lack of mutual recognition of qualification that is often impaired by national restrictions by applying EUROPASS, European/National Qualification Framework (EQF/.NQF), and the European Credit System for Vocational Education and Training (ECVET) instruments. The aim of the project is to enhance the quality and performance of VET system improving education in drinking water supply and development. This project could also be achieved through promoting creativity, innovation, and transfer of EQF/NQF principles in education of the main target group in the sector.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationHandbook of Research on Supply Chain Management for Sustainable Development
    EditorsUlas Akkucuk
    Place of PublicationHershey, Pennsylvania
    PublisherIGI Global
    Chapter13
    Pages242-264
    Number of pages23
    ISBN (Electronic)9781522557586
    ISBN (Print)9781522557579
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - May 2018

    Keywords

    • Water management
    • PURE H2O
    • Qualification
    • Skills
    • Competences

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