Post-Graduate Diploma in Water Resources Management.
Start Date : 5th May 2020.
Water resources are generated by the natural system, which include atmospheric, surface and sub-surface processes. The natural system is impacted on by the social system, which is mainly characterized by human intervention on the environment. The interaction between these two systems determines the quantity and quality of water resources both spatially and temporally.
Water sustains all life forms thereby making it a basic requirement for livelihood needs. In the event of diversifying water use to include domestic, agriculture, industrial, energy, transport and recreation among others, the natural system has been overstretched to the extent that it can no longer sustain the water resources potential required to meet the increasing demand without managing it effectively. The effective management of water resources requires understanding of the environmental processes so that their impacts can be mitigated for sustainable use of the resource.
This course will enable learners to appreciate the relatively new and unique interdisciplinary approach to managing water resources, water supply and sanitation services, waste water treatment and urban water infrastructure projects. Programme participants will be nurtured to become effective managers equipped to understand complex water challenges and to develop interdisciplinary, practical solutions to water and sanitation problems.
- Introduction to water management
- Collaborative Water Planning
- Urban Water Design
- Water and Sanitation
- Catchment and Aquatic Ecosystem Health
- Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and Water Resources Mapping
- Community Water Development
- Climate Change and Water Resources
- Water and Sustainable Development
- Water and public Health
- Effects of Poor Sanitation and Waste Management
- Household Water collection, Treatment, storage and Handling
- Water Pollution
Minimum entry requirements
Common regulations governing Post-Graduate Diplomas shall be applicable.
2.2 The following shall be eligible for admission.
a) Holders of a Bachelors degree from a recognisable University.
b) Holders of an equivalent qualification from any other recognisable Institution.
a) The Entire course Duration is one Year (2 semesters)
b) Candidates shall be expected to Submit 10 Assignments (Continuous Assessment test) that Account to 70 % of their Work and a Project Paper at the Tail end of the course, which accounts to 30 % of the course Work.
Mode of delivery of the proposed programme
Applicants should fill out a detailed Application form and send it back via email to the undersigned…
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