Royal Life Saving is offering the following courses:
CPP31218 - Certificate III in Swimming Pool and Spa Service
CPP41319 - Certificate IV in Swimming Pool and Spa Service
View the Course Brochure (which includes the course outline) here which includes more details and information about the course.
This course complies with our Position Statement in respect to the qualifications required when operating a commercial aquatic facility. This statement is a result of the release of Queensland Healths water quality guidelines for public aquatic facilities (dated December 2019). The purpose of the guideline is to reduce risk to public health and the focus is on water quality associated risks.
The next Course is:
We do not currently have any courses scheduled. Please contact us to register interest and we will let you know dates as soon as they are available.
This course is subject to minimum number which will be confirmed one week before course commencement.
This course is designed for staff already working in a commercial aquatic centre. It is not designed to be delivered to student who have no experience in a commercial aquatic centre. This course is not contextualised for staff working in a pool shop, or for those working in the pool construction industry. Please refer to the Course Outline
$3,600.00 (no GST is applicable) Payment Structure For individuals, the payment structure is $1,500.00 payment upfront (prior to course commencement), and $2,100 after commencement of the course. For Businesses, payment of $3,600 is due at commencement of the course.
Download the course enrolment form here, complete the form and send it to us. We will contact you following receipt of the form and discuss the course with you.
Position Statement: Pool Operator Training
Royal Life Saving has released a Position Statement in respect to the qualifications required when operating a commercial aquatic facility. This statement is a result of the release of Queensland Health’s water quality guidelines for public aquatic facilities (dated December 2019). The purpose of the guideline is to reduce risk to public health and the focus is on water quality associated risks .
In accordance with Queensland Health’s water quality guidelines (P42) for public aquatic facilities our position is that all staff who operate aquatic facilities undergo appropriate training for the risk level of the facility.
The minimum standard for aquatic facilities is for staff to undertake a short course in Pool Plant Operations which includes the following units of competence:
SISCAQU001 Test Pool Water Quality
SISCAQU003 Maintain Aquatic Facility Plant and Equipment
SISCAQU004 Develop and Implement Pool Water Maintenance Procedures
SISCAQU005 Develop and Implement Aquatic Maintenance Procedures
BSBRSK401 Identify Risk and Apply Risk Management Processes