Joachim Gebel, Süleyman Yüce:
A new approach to meet the growing demand of professional training for the operating and management staff of desalination plants
Desalination, 2008, 220, 150-164
For the expected installation and operating of additional seawater desalination plants, manpower iss needed. Besides the financing and the manufactoring of these plants, the training of the future staff is a big challenge. It is assumed that in the MENA region each year more than 1000 people will have to be trained. The present and future problem at seawater desalination plants, i. e. the lack of experienced personnel, is also a lack of instructors. There are already existing institutions and facilities in various countries carrying out well-organized training programs at site. In addition, there are many excellent short courses and workshops organized by organized by organisations like EDS or MEDRC - nevertheless, the crucial question remains wether these structures are strong enough to meet the growing demand for professional training in the future. ...
Operation; availability; Staff; Training; Curricula; Twinning-Model