CPO Primer

 

 Purchase classes online HERE

 
This is to enroll in the Online National Swimming Pool Foundations Certified Pool Operator 2 Day Primer & Fusion Course. 

With the purchase of this class you will receive:

Instructions and Access code to the NSPF Online CPO Primer Course

Newest version of the NSPF Pool and Spa Operators Handbook.

Admission to any Fusion class held by Rob Estell in the future (YOU MUST HAVE COMPLETED THE ONLINE PRIMER & HAVE THE PRINTED COMPLETION FORM)

Online Educational videos pertaining to pool safety and State of Florida Laws & Codes

Call 561-441-9932 to enroll or click here to enroll online. 

 

 

NSPF® is pleased to offer Pool Operator Primer™ on-line training which follows the 18 chapters in the NSPF® Pool & Spa Operator™ Handbook, which is provided with registration. In order to achieve certification, you must also attend a one-day classroom Pool Operator Fusion™ course offered by Rob Estell, a Certified NSPF® Instructor (instructor # 33-101010). At the end of the one-day classroom course, you must successfully complete an open book exam with a minimum score of 75%.
 
Taking only the on-line Pool Operator Primer™ course does NOT provide Certified Pool/Spa Operator® certification. In order to become certified, you will need to complete both the Pool Operator Primer™ and Pool Operator Fusion™ courses.

 

After I have completed the Pool Operator Primer™ on-line training and am scheduled to attend a Pool Operator Fusion™ class, what do I need to bring with me to the class?
 
The original Record of Completion which you printed at the conclusion of the Pool Operator Primer™ on-line training. You will need to present this document to the instructor at the beginning of the class and sign it in his/her presence. The instructor will also sign and date the Record of Completion. The Record of Completion will be retained by the instructor and submitted along with your completed exam at the end of the class.
Current government-issued photo identification. This photo identification must be presented to the instructor when he/she accepts the Record of Completion at the beginning of the class and again during the exam period.