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Aquatics Intensive: Put the POWER in your POOL
Tuesday, March 10, 2020 12:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Long Beach Convention Center 0.35 CEUs Lunch is on your own
$40 CPRS member/$50 non-member by January 22, 2020 $55 CPRS member/$68 non-member after January 22, 2020 or onsite $20 Student member Non-member student pays the regular non-member rate
Who Should Attend?
Aquatic employees, full time, part time and seasonal; managers, supervisors, landscape architects, park and planning staff.
Learn to “Put the POWER in your POOL” with the latest in aquatics trends, training, leadership and programming. Bring your program to the next level with this all-inclusive training. Leave motivated, enlightened and ready to make your aquatics program the best it can be!
12:30 to 1:10 Welcome, Aquatic Section President’s Message, Awards & Installation 1:10 to 4:20 Educational Talks 4:20 to 4:45 Group Think Tank on Aquatic Programming for a Public Pool 4:45 to 5:00 Wrap Up/Evaluate
Identify current aquatic trends & innovations that can enhance revenue and bring your program to the next level
Recognize strategies to develop a team of motivated leaders
Demonstrate effective staff training techniques & ideas that promote precision & professionalism
Practice to think outside the box to create invigorating aquatic programs and enhance community wellness
Presented by a panel of aquatics experts from all corners of the Park and Recreation industry:
Cortez Jordan, Aquatics Supervisor, City of West Hollywood
Victor Garibay, Senior Lifeguard, City of West Hollywood
Xavier Volgenau, Aquatics Coordinator, Conejo Recreation and Park District
Dustin Balke, Aquatics Coordinator, City of San Clemente
Tom Hellmann, Recreation & Community Services Manager, City of Folsom
Kim Hubbard, Aquatics Program Coordinator, City of Torrance