AWS-North America will host three days of AWS Training in Washington, DC, October 11-13. The first two days of training will cover the AWS Foundation and Advanced Levels while day three will be AWS Specialist Training for those individuals seeking AWS accreditation as trainers, consultants and/or auditors.
We know that we are surrounded by water risks whether in the desert Southwest or in the Great Lakes. The first step is awareness and understanding of how different types of water risks are material to your operations. Are you looking to mitigate water-related risks at your sites or even within your supply chain? Do you need a strategic framework to help identify water risks and opportunities and then put an action plan into place to address those risks and opportunities? If so, then AWS-North America can help your organization through AWS Training. After the training you will be equipped to advocate for corporate water stewardship and implement the International Water Stewardship Standard (“AWS Standard”) at sites within your organization (industrial, agricultural or municipal).
You can sign up for one, two or three days of training. Attending multiple days is slightly discounted in the registration link and further discounts are provided to nonprofits. Your registration includes morning and afternoon snacks as well as a full lunch. Each day of training runs from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
October 11-13, 2016
Day 1 & 2: Foundation and Advanced Training
Day 3: Specialist Training
World Wildlife Fund
1250 24th St. NW
Washington, DC 20037
2004 Conference Suite