APSIC Pool Safety Courses
FACE TO FACE TRAINING NOW BEING DONE VIA WEBINAR:
In response to the escalation of Coronavirus, and following advice from the Australian Government - the 11067NAT Course in Swimming Pool Safety Inspections will now be delivered via WEBINAR, rather than Face to Face. This process is very simple - similar to Skype or Face Time.
Providing you have access to a computer and reliable internet, you can participate in this special program from the comfort of your own home. This means there is no need for you to travel to a training class room, and no need for you to have any face to face contact with other students. You will still receive the same ‘class room’ experience, being able to ‘attend’ the training program from the comfort of your own home, and receive the same qualification.
Click here for more information about this course.
Continuing Professional Development:
APSIC is an approved training provider of the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC) in the delivery of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) training to Pool Safety Inspectors of Queensland.
For further information regarding the various 6 CPD points training programs you may enrol in, please click on the Queensland drop down box above and select the tab ‘continuing professional development’
Pool Safety Inspector courses:
Jacqui Murphy (pictured) has been delivering Pool Safety Courses to persons wishing to become licensed Pool Safety Inspectors in Queensland, since the industry commenced in December 2010.
Commencing in September 2018 Jacqui has joined the Swimming Pool and Spa Association (SPASA) as the Principal Trainer for the Nationally Accredited 11067NAT course in Swimming Pool Safety Inspections. For further information regarding this course, please visit the SPASA website.
Jacqui’s experience has also extended to NSW where she was accredited by the NSW Building Professionals Board to deliver the E1 Pool Safety Course to persons wishing to become Accredited E1 Swimming Pool Certifiers. Similar pool safety laws are soon to be introduced in Victoria where it is expected that a similar licensed industry of Pool Safety Inspectors will be introduced.
Jacqui is proud to support this highly regarded industry that directly supports efforts to prevent child drownings in backyard swimming pools.
Queensland: Become a Pool Safety Inspector | Continuing Professional Development.
Mutual Recognition: Where an individual holds a QLD Pool Safety Inspectors licence, they can apply to have that licence mutually recognised in NSW to become an E1 Swimming Pool Certifier.
Small course participant numbers ensures the individual support and guidance of participants by our industry experienced trainers.
All training venues have access to a real swimming pool and pool fence providing you with real practical experience.