The cost of the Pool Plant Operators Certificate starts at £196 per person
Reasonable standard of literacy and numeracy
Including physical, chemical and biological and how best to prevent and mitigate their impact. We cover how to control infective agents such as e. coli, pseudomonas aeruginosa, legionella pneumophila, cryptosporidia, etc.
Pool Water Testing
How to carry out tests for all the required chemical levels and what to do about it if the levels start going outside of the required parameters. Also included is how to monitor the pool water for levels of bacteriological contamination.
How filtration systems work, how to monitor filtration efficiency, when, why and how to perform a backwash of the filtration system and the important role that the process of coagulation has to play.
Health and Safety
How various legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work Act and the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regs. applies to swimming pools and how to ensure you remain compliant.
How to get the most out of your automatic chemical monitoring and dosing system and how to manually dose chemicals safely. We also cover how to ‘super-chlorinate’ the swimming pool water.
Assessment under examination conditions,
which consists of 20 questions in a variety of
Work-based assignment at candidates own
site. This is to be completed within four weeks
of the end of the course.