Besides conducting training programmes for the staff of Chennai Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board the following five CPHEEO sponsored training programmes are being conducted every year for Public Health Engineers across India during the period from November to February.
SPECIAL TRAINING PROGRAMMES CONDUCTED
1) The training programme on Water and Waste Water management for the Engineers from the various Municipalities (Bhopal, Gwallor, Indore ) of Madhya Pradesh has been successfully completed on 10.08.2007. The training was well received by the participants.
2) a)Basic Course (Junior level): Technical operators who are certified in Industial Training Institutes in mechanical or electrical trades and with minimum two (2) years of experience in the field of operation and maintenance of sewage treatment plants, basically from the southern and western parts of India such as Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Goa and Maharashtra. Supported under Japan International Co-operation Agency (JICA) in association with National River Conservation Directorate(NRCD).
Accordingly the five days Basic Training Course on "O&M of Sewerage Facilities and sewage Treatment Plant" consisting of 13 persons from Southern & Western States of India was conducted from 24.03. to 28.03.08.
b)Intermediate Course (Middle level): This course was conducted for the Assistant Engineers, Assistant Executive Engineers and Executive Engineers with degree / diploma in Engineering and with minimum two (2) years experience in the field of operation and maintenance of sewage treatment plants.
Accordingly the five days Intermediate Training Course on “O&M of Sewerage Facilities and Sewage Treatment Plant” consisting of 15 persons from Southern & Western States of India was conducted from 10.03.08 to 14.03.08.
4. TNUDP-III – TRAINING PROGRAMMES
The G.O.Ms.No.293, MAWS , dt.26.11.2010 stated that ban on entry of workers into the sewerage system and septic tanks. In this connection DMA has requested CMWSS Board to conduct the training programme on Maintenance of sewerage system and the precautionary measures to be taken during cleaning of sewerage. Accordingly 331 Nos. of Public Health staff and 171 Nos. of Engineers of various Municipalities / Corporations was given the above training programme between 3.12.2010 to 25.01.2011 and the same was very well received by the participants.
5. GOVERNING COUNCIL:
The policies relating to the functioning of the Training Centre are approved by a Governing Council consisting of the following members:
To conduct need based training for various college students & institutions in Envionmental area. The training Centre is a recognised as a collaborative research leading to Ph.D/MS