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Course Details

Cost:

$320.00 (includes the course only)

Please refer to our Refund Policy

Duration:

All course requirements must be completed within 6 months.

Unique Student Identifier (USI):

Students must obtain a Unique Student Identifier (USI) prior to enrolling in this course.  Please visit https://www.usi.gov.au/ for more information.

Valid for:

5 yrs

Course Accreditation:

This course is nationally recognised.

Delivery Mode

Self paced

Pre-Requisites

Nil

Physical Requirements

Nil

Assessment

You will be required to complete field experience practical hours (which will need to be signed off by a Workplace Supervisor who holds a current Pool Plant Operators certificate) and complete a workbook containing theory assessments.

Students will also be required to video themselves completing practical assessment tasks which can then be uploaded to You Tube or sent to Active Training on a USB for assessing.

This course is specifically designed for facilities in remote locations that require Pool Plant operations training for small numbers of staff. The course is self-paced, with each student receiving a workbook, comprehensive handbook and a powerpoint presentation that is accompanied by an audio presentation.  

This course provides the student with the skills and knowledge required to make routine checks and complete minor maintenance on aquatic facility plant and equipment including water quality testing.

Upon successful completion, the student will receive a Statement of Attainment certificate.

Incorporating the Units of Competence

  •  SISCAQU001     Test Pool Water Quality
  •  SISCAQU003     Maintain Aquatic Facility Plant and Equipment
  •  SISCAQU004     Develop and Implement Pool Water Maintenance Procedures
  •  BSBRSK401      Identify Risk and Apply Risk Management Processes

Topics include:

  •  Pool Tests
  •  Regulations
  •  Responding to Contamination Incidents
  •  Record Keeping
  •  Chemical Balance of Pool Water
  •  Operation of Aquatic Facility Plant & Equipment
  •  Conducting Tests on Aquatic Facility Plant & Equipment
  •  Identifying Faults and Initiating Corrective Procedures
  •  Adjust Disinfectant Levels & Water Balance