'Customise water certification course'

Speaking at the third Task Force meeting of the Indian branch of the Association, a non-profit international association on Monday, Subramanium said that educational study material for the courses could be produced in India from the existing WTA material. “The online platform would be a powerful tool for knowledge disbursement and certification process of water-related courses.” The sub-committee members strongly support cutting down of the existing certification fee structure so that large organisations encourage more employees to get certified, he added. The details of these prices should be worked out and the course must be started at the earliest, Subramanium felt.

Local organisations can be encouraged to partner with WQA to improve the reach of the certification programmes and training activities in India.

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