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FSPA Continuing Education

January 8 – February 8 2018
8:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
FSPA/BOAF Joint  Florida Swimming Pool Design, Construction, and Compliance
CILB Provider: 0001387  CILB Course: 0612348

Course Description: Design professionals, contractors, plans examiners and inspectors will learn the science behind applicable Florida Building Code requirements for public and private swimming pools, spas, interactive water features and water slides. Use of checklists and guidelines developed by BOAF and FPSA will assist attendees understand how to comply with Florida Building Code requirements. 4 hours of CEUs are awarded upon completion.



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FSPA members receive all of their CE for free*! This includes at the Everything Under the Sunsm Expo (Feb. 9-10, 2018) and local Chapter meetings! Join today!

The Florida Swimming Pool Association is an approved course sponsor by the Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board (CILB), the Electrical Contractors’ Licensing Board (ECLB) and the Board of Landscape Architects (BOLA); providership #0000917. A CE Advisory Committee reviews all courses and instructors to assure that they meet standards of high  quality and relevancy to members’ needs as pool and spa professionals.

Currently we offer more than 100 hours of continuing education courses on topics ranging from basic pool operation to business management. Almost every course the association provides can be found at the annual Everything Under the SunSM Expo. More information for how to volunteer as a course monitor at the expo is coming soon.

*To receive free CE, membership must be paid in full.  Members on a payment plan must pay for continuing education courses.
For information on state license renewal and the subcontractor license, visit our CILB page.

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