- Executive Directors
- Exploitation Directors
- Financial Directors
- Executive Officers
Why follow this training?
The Water for All Chair offers thematic specialized sessions.
- They bring together industry experts and are open to any water and sanitation professional.
- Come and learn about the operational management of your unit and the operating processes, acquire new practices and new tools.
- Innovate and upgrade your knowledge in the perspective of the evolution of your career.
- Restructure your teams and equip your employees with new practices and organizations to support the reform of the sector.
- Lead your drinking water or sanitation service towards excellence in continuity, quality, sustainability and accessibility.
- Acquire general knowledge on wastewater and its impact on public health, the environment and urban activities.
- Find out about the strategies and technologies for reducing harmful impacts and leveraging them.
- Understand the various components of a sanitation programme (protection of public health and the environment,local population needs and resources, technical feasibility, funding, communication, reinforcing the capabilities oflocal authorities, etc.).
- Organisation of the programme: rural/urban, domestic/industrial & crafts activities, collective/non-collective, individual/shared equipment, etc..
- Demand analysis: assessment, study of demand, zoning, demand scheduling, sanitation awareness, demand creation (marketing).
- Panel of technical solutions available for collective and non-collective sanitation, wastewater drainage, urban rainwater management and purification principles (water and sludge), adapted to the various links of the sanitation chain (collection, drainage, treatment).
- Funding of urban sanitation: How to fund investments and the operation of a sanitation service (both for collective and non-collective needs), funding tools for sanitation.
- Urban governance of sanitation: Institutional framework of sanitation, planning and developing urban sanitation strategies, relationship between operators and the various stakeholders of the sector (local authorities, populations, etc.): dialogue, consultations, cooperation, etc.; specific needs depending on the size of the town: semi-rural areas, medium-sized towns, large cities, megalopolises.
- Operational management of a sanitation service: Development of a sanitaiton service in a town of a developing country, sanitation service management, link with the urban development of the town.
Case studies in various countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America: relevance of this approach in the field, and the need for upstream local planning work.
- Extensive knowledge of wastewater and excreta sanitation issues in developing countries.
- Ability to work on the various components of the sanitation programme and offer appropriate solutions to set up a sanitation service that is complete and durable, both from a technical and financial standpoint, and in terms of communication and management of sanitation stakeholders.
- Management of a sanitation service including collective and individual sanitation.
Hotel Héliotel **
Close to AgroParisTech school.
Appart’Hôtel Odalys City Les Occitanes ****
In the city center next to the railway station.
AgroParisTech has a special rate of 70 euros per night (additional fees tourist tax 1.65 euros/night)
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