07 September 2020

October is Aquifer Testing Month

Beginning with pre-course study materials and a self-assessment, this course is not simply a webinar series.

Offline tutorial activities begin each consecutive module. Prepare yourself for the first online course module about pumping test design insights and then progressing with step drawdown tests for optimizing the constant rate pumping test. Learn the fundamentals of the Theis Solution before progressing further into aquifer testing analysis and interpretation techniques.

Once you're through the course modules about interpreting constant-rate pumping tests, then move to the foundations of Recovery Analysis.  The final online module teaches technical insights related to collecting continuous water levels, downloading the data, and then exporting it to analysis software.

Unique Online-Offline Course Elements:

  • Pre-Course Study Materials
  • Live Interactive Course Modules with self-paced tutorials
  • Proficiency Testing
  • Comprehensive Aquifer Testing Reference List
  • Final Exam
  • CE Certificate from Northern Illinois University

The personalized experience allows each registrant to learn (1) at their own experience level, (2) at their own pace, and (3) and in a private setting except when they have questions or request extra tutorials.

You're encouraged to participate on the live course modules in order to interact with the instructor. If you prefer to watch a module at a later time as an On-Demand Option at your own pace, you are welcome to do it. 

October is Aquifer Testing Month

The live course modules are scheduled on Thursdays at 2:00 PM ET from October 8 to November 12. If you miss a live module, you have 6 months to initiate it as an On-Demand Webinar. Take your time and dive deep into this course experience.

The course concludes with a Final Exam. Options for an additional tutorial is available and each registrant receives an official CEU Certificate from Northern Illinois University showing 10.0 Contact Hours.

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