Technical Operations Workshop - Tasmania

ASPTAS

Requirements
Royal Life Saving Society NSW is not a CRICOS provider; it is unable to provide national training to overseas students holding a student visa.

Candidates must complete on-the-job tasks as part of their assessments, which are to be observed and documented by an Approved Workplace Supervisor. You are required to have access to a computer and the internet to access the online modules and submit your workbooks.

If you are unsure of your eligibility to complete this course, please contact courses@royalnsw.com.au

Prerequisites
While there are no prerequisites to enrol in this course, it is recommended that candidates have access to a venue and an Approved Workplace Supervisor to mentor them through their assessment workbooks; on-the-job assessments form a critical aspect of a candidate’s assessment evidence.

Course Resources
Candidates will be issued the following within 48 hours of enrolment into this course:
  • Token Code to access online learning

Course Description
The Aquatic Technical Operations course provides candidates with the knowledge and skills relevant to the supervision and operation of an aquatic facility‚ plant and associated equipment, and the monitoring and maintaining of water quality.

This course is delivered online with on-the-job assessment completions. The Online Assessment is a personal record of each candidate's skills and knowledge and is used to demonstrate competency in the workplace.

The Online Assessment consists of four theory modules with four associated assessment workbooks that are to be completed on-the-job with an Approved Workplace Supervisor providing assistance were required. The Assessment Workbooks are:
  • Identify Risk & Apply Risk Management Processes
  • Test Pool Water Quality
  • Develop & Implement Pool Water Maintenance Procedures
  • Aquatic Facility Maintenance

The Technical Operations course is the industry standard for pool supervisors as documented in the Department of Local Government Practice Note 15.

Course duration is 12 months from enrolment date. Continuation fee's apply for enrolments outside of the duration period. Your Online access will be issued to you within 48 hours of enrolment.

Outcomes
Upon successful course completion of the course participants will be issued with a Nationally Recognised Training certificate (Statement of Attainment). Units of Competency achievable through this course include:
  • BSBRSK401 Identify risk and apply risk management processes
  • 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 facility maintenance procedures

COVID-19 Information:
In order to make sure we are conducting training as safely as possible, and to protect our learners and trainers, Royal Life Saving has implemented some changes to the way we facilitate our Face to Face workshops. We have:
  • Made hand hygiene facilities available at our training venues;
  • Increased cleaning frequencies and standards for general spaces and equipment;
  • Decreased group sizes;
  • Introduced physical distancing as per current Government restrictions;
  • and Mandated the completion of Infection Control learning modules for all staff and trainers.
Before attending a Face to face workshop, please consider your health and others'. Please do not attend your chosen course if you are feeling unwell or experiencing flu-like symptoms.

At your course you can expect:
  • To be asked to complete a Verbal Health Assessment, and Temperature check;
  • To be asked to wash/ sanitise your hands prior to entering the training space;
  • To be provided adequate personal space in order to maintain required physical distances from others;
  • To perform practical assessment tasks on yourself or on a manikin (not on others);
  • To be asked to excuse yourself from the training space if you declare yourself to be unwell, or begin displaying flu-like signs;
  • To be asked to wash/sanitise your hands before leaving the workshop.

These changes will help to keep everybody safe and they form part of our Terms and Conditions for participation. If you think you may have any difficulty complying with these changes, please contact your local Royal Life Saving office at your earliest convenience.

Introduction:

The Aquatic Technical Operations course provides candidates with the knowledge and skills relevant to the supervision and operation of an aquatic facility‚ plant and associated equipment, and the monitoring and maintaining of water quality.

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Upcoming Workshops

NameDateTimeLocationAvailable SpacesCost
Technical Operations Workshop - Tasmania 1 December 2021 12:00 am - 12:00 am Remote Assessment Delivery TAS 10 $570.00