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Water Treatment Plant Virtual Tour Booklet_sep ER Changes Draft

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Water Treatment Plant virtual TourBooklet 
 
Introduction
TheWater Demand Regulatory ArrangementCEWaR team within the unit withintheformer  Department of Energy and Water Supply (DEWS)vironment has developed this resource to assistWater Service Providers (WSP) across Queensland educate their water users on the water treatmentprocess. This includes drinking water treatment and wastewater treatment using MicrosoftPowerPoint. This resource provides generic information that could be adapted to suit their localenvironment.It consists of a PowerPoint template that contains a wealth of information on the water treatmentprocess. This information could not possibly be customised to each WSO but doing so wouldincrease the value of the presentation considerably. Hence, this booklet and a series of videos havebeen produced to assist those wanting to create a custom PowerPoint presentation for their waterusers., Resources and Mines was instrumental in a range of educational programs from schools through toindustry that have had a significant impact on Queenslanders. Not least the water usage of southEast Queenslanders as the CEWaR team was able to educate the population and halve waterconsumption rapidly as Queensland faced an unprecedented drought. This project was started thereand the unit should be credited for its hard work. One of these projects focusses on providing WaterService Organisations in Queensland with generic information that could be adapted to suit theirlocal environment. The project aims to increase WSOs ability to educate their water users on thewater treatment process, including drinking water treatment and wastewater treatment usingMicrosoft PowerPoint.WSOs have been provided with a PowerPoint template that contains a wealth of information on thewater treatment process. This information could not possibly be customised to each WSO but doingso would increase the value of the presentation considerably. Hence, this booklet and a series of videos have been produced to assist those wanting to create a custom PowerPoint presentation fortheir water users.The video series gives considerable detail to the steps required in each skill and you can see theactions occurring on screen with the commentary. This booklet aims to outline the steps andprovided written instructions for those who prefer to have a book in their hand. Using the video andbooklet resources together will yield the best results.
Contacts
Water Demand Regulatory Arrangements, Department of Energy and Water SupplyNRM,CEWAR 
Sources of information
“We all use water”
 NRM DEWSwebsite
 
Using this resource
This resource is designed to be used in conjunction with our video series of the same name. Thisseries can be found on the Department of XXXXs YouTube channel at <weblink> or via our playlist at<weblink>.
Introduction to PowerPoint 2010
Microsoft’s Office package is a bundled suite of software
tools. One of those tools, PowerPoint, isdesigned specifically for use as a presentation aide. PowerPoint contains a simple layout, which youcan see in the image below.Main elements of PP: Ribbon, Slide, Contents Thread, slide layout,Different views: composition, slide layout, presentation viewThere are a range of filetypes that are compatible with PowerPoint 2010, most notably .pptx which isthe default PowerPoint presentation filetype. A PowerPoint show file can also be created with theextension
.ppsx. See section ‘Sharing your presentation’.
 
Format your presentation
There are two ways you can present your PowerPoint presentation. The more traditional method of using PowerPoint is as a sequenced series of slides that flow with your presentation. An alternative
method is to turn it into a ‘directed’ presentation
via a series of hyperlinks that only link to otherpages within your presentation. Here the user chooses from a range of options at each slide to move
to the next, much like a ‘Pick
-a-
path’
book where one chooses between alternate actions at eachstep of the book leading to a different outcome each time.When deciding on the format for your presentation, consider the purpose of the presentation. If itwill be supporting you as you present to an audience, the more traditional sequenced format wouldbe recommended. If your presentation will be embedded online or shared to a colleague you could

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