We are a Pool Water Treatment Advisory Group (PWTAG) Approved Training Provider.Search courses
We offer a series of four courses for pool operators. They focus on the safe maintenance of swimming pools, spas and other water features.
As well as safeguarding the public, having appropriately trained and competent staff protects your reputation and could be vital should you ever be held to account.
We are a Pool Water Treatment Advisory Group (PWTAG) Approved Training Provider. This means that our Pool Plant Technical Operator training is of the highest standard, using PWTAG guidelines which are widely viewed as best practice.
The threat: There’s the danger of water-borne viruses and using incorrect chemical levels. Then there are safety concerns such as heating and ventilation.
Your solution: To minimise risk to users, it is best practice for everyone involved in maintaining any kind of swimming pool, spa or water feature to be appropriately qualified. It’s safe to say any organisation that values its reputation needs competently trained staff.
Our world is water, and we ensure that quality, value and convenience are at the heart of our training courses.
This is a PWTAG Approved Pool Plant Operator course and covers everything you need to effectively maintain a swimming pool.
Covers current best practice and technological advances in water management and safety
This is a one-day course providing all the basics of water management and water safety.
You can revalidate your Pool Plant Operator Certificate with our online i-learn. By taking this 3-year update you will be recognised by employers and the industry for keeping your technical knowledge of pool plant and water treatment up to date.
The Institute of Swimming has become a PWTAG (Pool Water Treatment Advisory Group) Approved Training Organisation for their Swimming Pool Technical Operator training. PWTAG is an independent, membership organisation working on raising standards in the quality and treatment of swimming pool water. Their guidelines are widely viewed as the best practice, with organisations such as the Health and Safety Executive considering them as the