PWTAG Accredited Pool Plant Operator - Online and Virtual Whole Course

This online and virtual course will allow you to complete the theoretical elements via Zoom webinars and access to online learning. The online learning will check your understanding as you work through the content. At the end of the online learning, there will be an assessment which you will have a number of attempts to complete. You will then carry out your virtual practical and assessment day via Zoom.

Course content

  • 1 x 4hr Zoom webinar - During this session, the tutor will introduce you to the online learning and cover some of the theory topics. After this session you will then begin your online learning.
  • Online learning - you will be given access to this on the first day of your course. This must be completed 72 hours prior to attending your second Zoom session. The estimated time to complete this is 15-18 hours.
  • 1 x Virtual Practical Assessment day – This will take place via Zoom and during this session your tutor will cover the remaining theory topics, water testing and a multiple choice exam.
  • Post course assessment - after the final Zoom session you will have 3 weeks to complete and submit a work based assessment, which includes submitting a video of you completing a water test. To complete this you will need access to the following equipment:
    • Photometer or Comparator
    • Test Tubes and lids if required for your test kit model
    • Reagents for DPD 1, DPD 3, Phenol Red, Total Alkalinity and Calcium Hardness
    • TDS Meter
    • Crushing rods
    • Dry cloth or tissue roll
    • Timer or stopwatch device
    • Calculator if required
    • Syringe is recommended

Course content

The course is delivered through a mixture of Zoom webinars, online learning 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
  • Disinfection
  • Balancing pH and alkalinity
  • Diagnosing and testing pool water
  • Making savings on heating, ventilation and energy

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.

Location

Venue

Online

Address

Online, ,

Region

Course Details

  • Awarding Body IQL
  • Course Type Pool Plant
  • Training Format Blended

Further Details

Course Start Date
8th December 2022
Number of Places
16 Remaining (Total: 16)
Tutor Name
Benjamin Centa
Closing Date
24th November 2022
Duration
4hr Theory Zoom
7hr PAC Zoom day
Training Format
Blended

Itinerary

Start
8th December 2022
End
8th December 2022
Venue
Online
Start
22nd December 2022
End
22nd December 2022
Venue
Online

Prerequisites

You must be at least 18 years of age at the start of the course.

You must have one of the following qualifications:

Previous experience within a plant room is recommended.

Assessment Type

Online Test, Examination, Practical, Post Course Assignment

Disclaimer

Course times are subject to change. These will be confirmed nearer to the course start date.

This qualification is delivered and assessed in English.

Bookings must be made through the account of the individuals attending the training.

Online Learning must be completed between Zoom sessions 1 and 2.

A £35 fee will apply for exam and/or assignment reassessments.

A £35 fee will apply for late submission of an assignment.

Book this course

Price per place £299

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