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Be a citizen or permanent resident of an OAS member state. Residents must send copy of cursp visa. No changes will be permitted after you submit the form. The course is aimed at professionals involved with water management subject with at least one 1 year of experience. Any questions regarding submission of applications for this course should be sent to: September 27th — November 8th The selected candidate must confirm their acceptance of the scholarship to DHDEC, allowing OAS to do the necessary arrangements to designate a new selected candidate in case of scholarship declinations.
Six 6 weeks 6 Languages of Instruction: This application must be completed on-line. September 16 thto December 15 th4 Modality of the course: Describe the elements and components that make up a water supply network.
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Print and sign application form e-mailed to your account. Online 5 Duration of the course: If you are ready to fill out the application form from beginning to end, please click the “Continue” button below. Thirteen 13 weeks 6 Languages of Instruction: English and Spanish 7 Course objectives: The resolution states that the participation of the Republic of Cuba in the OAS will be the result of a process of dialogue initiated at the request of the Government of Cuba, and in accordance with the practices, purposes, and principles of the OAS  The deadline for presentation of applications to the ONE differs from country to country and should therefore be confirmed with the relevant ONE in the applicant’s country of origin or permanent residence.
Online 5 Duration of the course: Any questions regarding submission of applications for this course should be sent to: The application must be completed in its entirety before exiting the site or submitting the form. Print and sign epaney form e-mailed to your account.
Basic element characterization Currso. Text processing and Internet knowledge are required. We strongly suggest that you print a blank application form, prepare the narrative information in a separate Word document which you can copy and paste into the on-line application form, and fill out the other data by hand on the application form before you begin to fill out the form on line.
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Proficiency in Spanish or English if not their native language, accreditation is necessary. However, information cannot be saved for another session before the application is submitted. Select the course 2. Using examples, understand the basic ideas for creating, modifying and operating a water network supply. The epaneh recipient is responsible for access to computer equipment and communication expenses. In accordance with article 4.
Using examples, understand the basic ideas for creating, modifying and operating a water network supply. Describe the elements and components that make up a water supply network.
Become familiar with the structure of online courses offered by the group, and serve as platform for taking other specific EPANET courses 8 Course content: Understand epaney concepts and basics regarding the design and analysis of pressurized water networks.
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