Goulds Water Technology Announces Q2 2017 Training Schedule

Water professionals are encouraged to enroll in Goulds Water Technology’s (GWT) new wastewater e-Learning course that highlights the advantages, disadvantages, features and applications of wastewater pumps and accessories. It also includes instruction on how to properly select a wastewater pump, taking into consideration flow, system capacity, total dynamic head and other crucial calculations.

“As the global water shortage continues to impact the industry, our customers have increased their efforts to treat and reuse wastewater for a variety of residential, agricultural and commercial purposes,” said Tom Stephen, GWT training manager. “Our new wastewater e-Learning course provides water professionals with the knowledge they need to feel confident selecting, installing and troubleshooting wastewater pumps and products.”

Online WebEx training seminars can be accessed globally and are an hour long. GWT Factory School training courses are held at the Campbell Education Center laboratory in Seneca Falls, New York, where students learn about GWT’s product line and related systems.


GWT Factory School second quarter class schedule:

Wastewater Pumping Product and Application School -  April 10-13

Commercial/Industrial Pump Product and Application School - May 1-4

Residential Water System Product Application and Troubleshooting School - May 15-18



GWT Factory School second quarter online WebEx training schedule:

Using the New VFD Payback Tool- May 5 / Aug. 21

Introduction of the New e-MP Technology- June 2

Overview of the Fifth Generation HYDROVAR-  June 16

Sizing and Selecting a Residential Effluent System - June 19

Typical Causes of Vertical Turbine Failure - June 23

In-depth Look at the Aquavar SOLO 2 - July 17

Commercial Product Overview- July 19

Corrosion Basics - July 31

Troubleshooting Basics - August 7

AC Product - August 9


For more than 30 years, the GWT Factory School has educated thousands of water industry professionals on the latest advancements in commercial, residential and agricultural applications.

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