Vocational Courses

Accredited to deliver a variety of sporting and non-sporting courses to the community, the Sennocke Centre works in partnership with National Governing Bodies in order to offer a number of vocation qualifications and renewals throughout the year.

National Pool Plant Courses - Pool Plant Foundation

This Course provides all the basics of water management and water safety ahead of attending the full Pool Plant Operators course.

Who is the course designed for?

Any frontline staff who complete daily water testing in swimming pools.

Course content

This is a one day course providing all the basics of water management and water safety. On completion, you will have the skills to test pool water, understand the factors that contribute to poor water quality, explain to bathers what can affect pool water quality, and understand the importance of good hygiene and cleanliness in and around the swimming pool.

Course Date: 15th April 2019

Closing Date: 8th April 2019

Time: 0930-1630

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PWTAG Accredited Pool Plant Operator Course

This course covers everything you need to effectively maintain, correctly test and restore pool water so it is safe and pleasant to swim in. It is approved by the Pool Water Treatment Advisory Group (PWTAG). This means that our training is of the highest standard, meeting PWTAG guidelines which are widely viewed as best practice.

Who is the course designed for?

Anyone who is responsible for the day to day operation of a pool plant. This includes local authority employees, schools and private pool owners.

Course content

The course is delivered through a mixture of classroom activities and practical learning.

You will learn about:

Maintaining pool hygiene

Controlling chlorine and chemical levels

Managing water supplies and water treatment

Testing for pollution and parasite infection

Maintaining pipes, circulation and filtration

Promoting health and safety

Disinfecting water

Balancing pH and alkalinity

Diagnosing and testing the water

Making savings on heating, ventilation and energy

 

Course Dates: 16th-18th April 2019

Closing Date: 9th April 2019

Time: 0930-1630

Venue: Sennocke Centre

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PWTAG Accredited Pool Plant Operator Course

This course covers everything you need to effectively maintain, correctly test and restore pool water so it is safe and pleasant to swim in. It is approved by the Pool Water Treatment Advisory Group (PWTAG). This means that our training is of the highest standard, meeting PWTAG guidelines which are widely viewed as best practice.

Who is the course designed for?

Anyone who is responsible for the day to day operation of a pool plant. This includes local authority employees, schools and private pool owners.

Course content

The course is delivered through a mixture of classroom activities and practical learning.

You will learn about:

Maintaining pool hygiene

Controlling chlorine and chemical levels

Managing water supplies and water treatment

Testing for pollution and parasite infection

Maintaining pipes, circulation and filtration

Promoting health and safety

Disinfecting water

Balancing pH and alkalinity

Diagnosing and testing the water

Making savings on heating, ventilation and energy

 

Course Dates: 21st-23rd October 2019

Closing Date: 14th October 2019

Time: 0930-1630

Venue: Sennocke Centre

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Pool Plant Operator Revalidation Course

This seminar covers current best practice and technical advances in water management and safety.

By taking this update, you will be recognised by employers and the industry for keeping your technical knowledge of pool plant and water treatment up to date.

You should take the Pool Plant Operator Revalidation before your three year Pool Plant Operator certificate expires.

Course Date: 24th October 2019

Closing Date: 17th October 2019

Time: 0930-1630

Venue: Sennocke Centre

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