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FPPS Course

Florida Public Pool Specialist

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The Florida Public Pool Specialist course was developed by the Florida Swimming Pool Association and approved by the state of Florida Department of Health as an approved 16-hour Florida public pool service technician certification course. Certification is good for 5 years.

Course Components

  1. Operation principles
  2. Basic calculations
  3. Safety
  4. Water illnesses
  5. Water chemistry
  6. Sanitation
  7. Specialty chemicals
  8. Special problems
  9. Water testing
  10. Circulation and filtration systems
  11. Spa pools
  12. Hot water chemistry

CE Credits

Florida licensed contractors can earn 16 hours of credit from the FPPS course:
–14 hours General Education
–1 hour Business Practice
–1 hour Workplace Safety

Enrollment

To enroll in the FP2S course complete the enrollment form and submit payment before the first day of class. This fee will cover the cost of maintaining records, issuing of the Florida Public Pool Specialist certification and renewal notice.

Course Fees

The course fee covers manual, handouts and certificates. Food, travel & lodging expenses are not included and may be incurred by the student. The Association will make all efforts to keep the cost for lodging affordable for all students.

Payment is required prior to the first day of class, check or credit cards accepted. Please contact Mary Anderson at the FSPA office for special group pricing (3 or more enrollments).

 

If you are interested in taking this course please fill out the interest form below:

FSPA membership is open to Florida pool professionals and those in allied professions.

Join FSPA today!

If you are interested in registering, please contact Mary Anderson at  (941) 952-9293 or via email at mary@floridapoolpro.com

 

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