Pool School - Two- Day National CPO Certification Course
National CPO Certification Two-Day Course
Please note! This is a two-day course and certification program offering instruction in swimming pool/spa maintenance and safety. Participants will need to bring a hand-held battery operated calculator, pencil and paper to both classes.
|Date||January 11th and January 12th, 2023|
|Certification||National Certification (good for 5 years - 6 CECs)|
|Cost||$358 GCAA members; $458 public|
|Sign Up||Click "Register" above|
This course meets the requirements of National Certification for Public Swimming Pool Statutes in all states including South Carolina. Content will include: Review of NC Swimming Pool Rules, Disease & Accident Prevention, Pool & Spa Equipment, Pool Calculations, Water Chemistry, Water Testing & Chemical Adjustments, Review, Q & A
ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR:
Paul Jones is the Director of Facilities for GCI Residential and also a certified CPO Instructor with the Pool and Hot Tub Association. Paul has taught hundreds of CPO classes across the country, from Las Vegas to Florida, to Ohio, and everywhere in between. Paul is passionate about innovation in maintenance, and has spent most of his career pushing the boundaries of what is considered “normal” in the multifamily industry. Along with the CPO class, Paul is also an EPA proctor, and has also worked hard to develop training programs that cater specifically to multifamily maintenance personnel. Along with the Facilities Development and Training Administrator that works under him, Paul has been instrumental in bringing new technologies into the facilities training arena, including virtual reality, and he has even been working on a mobile training facility.
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