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OCTOBER 19-20, 2022
>> Jefferson City, MO <<


The Aquatic Facility Operator (AFO) program is a state-of-the-art five-year certification for professionals managing and operating aquatic facilities. Individuals who obtain the AFO credential are knowledgeable in the systematic approach to pool operations including pool chemistry, management, pool safety, and risk reduction.

 

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PROGRAM DETAILS

PREPARATION
You will receive your course materials approximately three weeks prior to the first day of the course. It is extremely important that you read the course materials prior to attending the class. Failure to study the materials before the course commonly leads to failure of the exam. 

 

CEU’s
Earn 1.5 CEU’s while participating in this seminar. NRPA will forward you a transcript of your attendance 6-8 weeks after the course is finished. 

COURSE & EXAM
This course will take place in person with a live AFO instructor. At the end of the course,
you will take the open-book exam in the classroom.

CERTIFICATION
You will receive a notification with your exam results at the completion of the exam directly from the instructor. If you pass the exam you will be certified as an AFO for a period of five years. At the end of your certification cycle, you can elect to attend the course again (recommended) or elect to take the exam only. Due to changes in regulations and content, it is highly recommended your repeat the course work prior to renewing your certification. 

QUESTIONS?
Contact Sarah Veile at the Missouri Park & Recreation Association

at sarah@mopark.org or by calling 573-636-3828.
 

 

REGISTRATION

WHY SHOULD I ATTEND

NRPA’s AFO program is a state-of-the-art educational training program for pool operations and management staff.  The program is specifically designed to meet the needs of those working in public, semi-public, and municipal pools or waterparks, and to provide training and information for both supervisory and operations staff.  The AFO instructor team is comprised of top aquatic professionals who have diverse backgrounds in aquatic facility operations and management.  The instructors are consistently rated as excellent speakers and trainers by the AFO students. The AFO program creates better aquatic operators, who in turn make safer and increasingly efficient programs for aquatic venues. 

Early Registration Deadline: 9/23/22

Late Fee: $50.00 after the deadline

MPRA

Members

are eligible

for certification

reimbursement.
MORE DETAILS

MPRA Member Full Course      $315.00

Non-Member Full Course         $365.00

Exam Only MPRA Member       $125.00

Exam Only Non-Member          $150.00

LODGING

 

A HOTEL BLOCK IS SET UP AT:

 

Courtyard by Marriott

610 Boliver St., Jefferson City, MO
(573) 761-1400 | https://bit.ly/3Ad84pT

 

Group: Missouri Park & Recreation Association
A group rate of $131++ is good until 9/18/22

SCHEDULE

 

Day 1:    

8:00 am - Noon   Welcome & Introduction, Foundation & Health Concerns,                                                Circulation, Filters & Chemistry
Noon - 1:00 pm   Lunch
1:00 - 5:00 pm    Breakpoint Chlorination, Stabilization & Balance, Dosages &                                         Testing, Automation & Controls, Deck Equipment 

Day 2:    

8:00 am - Noon   Heaters & Heating, Disinfection, Spas & Special Pools,

                           Design & Maintenance 
Noon - 1:00 pm   Lunch
1:00 - 2:30 pm    Human Resource Management, Programming, Fiscal Management
2:30 - 3:00 pm    Exam Review

HEALTH & SAFETY

 

Participants of this course must:
1. Stay home if you have tested positive for COVID-19 or are showing symptoms.
2. Stay home and monitor your health if you have had contact with a person who has symptoms of COVID-19 within 14 days
prior to the course date.
3. Masks will only be required if the hosting county has more than 100 new cases per 100,000 persons within the seven days
leading up to the course or exceeds the CDC’s High Transmission Risk rate.
4. All participants will be required to complete a Participant Health Liability Form prior to entering the classroom.