This two-day course will provide participants with an in depth understanding of NSW swimming pool legislation including the roles and responsibilities of council and accredited certifiers. This interactive training course will assist participants to gain the skills and confidence to assess and inspect new and existing swimming pools, issue swimming pool compliance certificates and develop a swimming pool inspection program in accordance with updated NSW swimming pool legislation.
NOTE: Attendance at this course does not satisfy the requirements for the Building Professionals Board proposed accreditation category E1 swimming pool certifier. If you are seeking training as an E1 Certifier see the BPB website for accredited training providers.
Key info: dates, costs and location
|Date/s||4-5 November 2018|
|Venue||UTS City Campus|
$1,340 (GST free)
Courses are subject to minimum enrolment numbers to run.
Who should attend?
- A1 – A3 certifiers
- Accredited certifiers
- Council customer service staff
- Council designated officers
- Swimming pool installers
Topics covered in the seminar include:
- Background to legislation changes
- Swimming Pools Act 1992, amendments and regulations
- Relevant Standards and Australian Standards
- Role of the BPB
- Step-by-step guide to issuing a Swimming Pool Compliance Certificate
- Implementing a swimming pool inspection program
- Overview of the process from start to finish
- Exempt development criteria, complying development certificates and BASIX
About the presenters
Stephen Krimmer is an accredited certifier and supervisor certification with over thirteen years' local government experience, with a specific focus on swimming pool assessment, inspections and education. Stephen provides engaging swimming pool training courses to assist both local government organisations and accredited certifiers.
Kate Stoner has over eight years’ experience as a building surveyor within local government and has been providing swimming pool legislation training to council officers and certifiers since 2010. Kate has consulted on Land and Environment Court cases involving swimming pool legislation and is on a number of related committees.
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