Why do we train?
Ontario Health Regulation:
6. (2) Every operator shall be trained in public pool and public spa operation and maintenance, filtration systems, water chemistry and all relevant safety and emergency procedures.
A CPO® Certification provides individuals with the basic knowledge, techniques, and skills of pool and spa operations. This training has helped protect millions of swimmers by reducing hazards at aquatic facilities.
* Our CPO® training course teaches to Ontario provincial codes *
**Exams are available in French & Spanish upon advanced request**
Ontario Parks Association Educational Forum (OPA)
February 27th, 2020 Holiday Inn, Burlington, ON
Splash pads, the most requested piece of equipment in parks these days. This session will focus give an overview of the growth of splash pads in our communities, the value they bring with this growth, some challenges and decisions required. learn more
PRO Educational Forum
March 26th, 2020 Blue Mountain Village
Asset Planning: Choosing whether (and how) to Build, Refurbish, or Maintain Recreation Facilities
As communities deal with fluctuating populations, aging facilities, and calls for new construction, a plan must be in place to ensure wise decisions. Residents demand recreation facilities, and ...learn more
Model Aquatic Health Code - MAHC
Ontario Health Code 2018 - Key changes
CDC - Recommended pool fouling/fecal response
Microbiology in pool water
Pool water problems/balance
Types of pumps and controllers
New design considerations
Written Exam - 50 questions
*exams availabe in French & Spanish