The 7th training course for teachers and in-company-trainers in water supply and sewerage enterprises.

Ho Chi Minh City 13 November 2015,

From the 3rd to the 12th of November 2015, the activity field 3 “Vocational training for the wastewater sector” under the Programme Reform of TVET in Viet Nam (GIZ) hosted the 7th training with the participation of 23 vocational college teachers and in-company trainers from five sewerage enterprises.

The training was organized at Ho Chi Minh Vocational College of Technology (HVTC) and Rach Ba Wastewater Treatment Plant in Ba Ria, Vung Tau.

In order to help the participants practice their gained theoretical knowledge, the training included two key sessions which were Pedagogy Methods of Vocational Training at Enterprises for In-company trainers and Knowledge Enhancement on Biological Wastewater Treatment, Calculation and Detection of Sewerage System.

In the first session of Pedagogy Method of Vocational Training at Enterprises, the in-company-trainers were instructed in the following key topics:

  • Pedagogical principles and training methodologies at enterprises
  • Planning and preparatory steps for instruction session at enterprises
  • Problem-solving in pedagogy

The second session covered Biological Wastewater Treatment and Sewerage Cleaning Technology with the following main contents:

  • Nitrogen and phosphorus removal process
  • Calculation and adjustment of Nitrogen and phosphorus removal process
  • Trickling filter equipment, wastewater treatment pond and permanent biomass in active tank.
  • Sewerage cleaning process, detection and filing
  • Reading sewerage detailed drawing and calculating sewerage side slope

In Rach Ba Wastewater Treatment Plant, the participants had a chance to witness the whole process of wastewater treatment to compare learned theory and practical technology. The German trainers also instructed how to operate high-pressure sewer cleaning vehicles and TV vehicles.

At the end of the training, the participants took a test on individual topics to evaluate gained knowledge as well as their capacity for the efficiency of coming trainings


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