Interested in applying machine learning and data science in the water and wastewater sector?

 We had such a terrific response to our first ever "Introduction to Machine Learning and Data Science in Water" course, that we've decided to open it up for registration for the second time. If you're in the water sector, are curious about machine learning and data science and not sure how to get started using it in your work - join our course and we'll give you the tools!

This is the second time we're doing a 10-week, cohort-based course and we plan on doing more of them in the future. So, what does our asynchronous, cohort-based course do for you?

One of the challenges with completing courses online is that it's so easy to sign up for one, get busy with life and work, fall behind and then give up on finishing the course that you signed up for. Our cohort-based and asynchronous approach helps you overcome that. The course material is online - so you get to complete it and review it when you get the time. However, we also have weekly office hours that are live - so you get to ask your questions to our experts, have them walk you through the key concepts and get you caught up with the course material if you fell behind that week. What's more, you get the accountability that comes with being part of a cohort of students - you get to work on your project with your peers and we keep you on track with meeting your goals. And once you're done, you'll be part of our online community space - where you can ask questions at any time, have discussions about data science in water and other clean technology sectors and meet other professionals in the space.

We'll close registration in a week and get started with the course - so if you're interested, sign up and work with us for the next 3 months. 

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