Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS) Training
 

AWS Training
October 29-31 2019 
Baton Rouge, LA
Hosted by Alliance for Water Stewardship North America
Training will cover the AWS Foundation, Advanced and Specialist Levels

More Info:
AWS Training Flyer

If you haven't seen it yet, the recently released World Economic Forum 2019 Global Risks Report, yet again (for the ninth straight year) ranks water crises as one of the world's most critical business risks. The rise in concern about water has been a clear trend in recent years and the Global Risks Report serves to emphasize the need for more responsible stewardship of water resources. Water risk is material to your organization no matter where you are located in North America, with businesses, communities and the environment all affected.

To address this need, AWS North America will provide three days of water stewardship training to the revised AWS Standard v2.0 in Baton Rouge, LA. The AWS Training will draw on best practices from companies that have implemented the International Water Stewardship Standard (AWS Standard) in North America. This is your chance to acquire the knowledge required for using the AWS Standard to improve water stewardship in direct operations, supply chains and watersheds.
 

Dates:
October 29-31, 2019
Day 1: Foundation Training
Day 2: Advanced Training
Day 3: Specialist Training

Venue:
Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality
Galvez Building Conference Center, Pensacola Room
602 N. 5th Street, Baton Rouge, LA 70802

Parking & Entrance Information:
Free parking is available across the street in the Main Street Market/Galvez Building Parking Garage. Please take a parking voucher upon entrance to the garage and bring the voucher into the training with you to be validated by the appropriate personnel prior to departure.

For more information, email Dylan Waldhuetter, Program Manager, Alliance for Water Stewardship North America, dwaldhuetter@thewatercouncil.com or call 414-988-8764. Visit www.awsnorthamerica.com for more details on AWS and the International Water Stewardship Standard.