The Aquatic Facility Operator (AFO) certification provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date training on operations, mechanical systems, water chemistry, disinfection, safety and much more. The course is designed for pool operators and management staff in aquatic facility operation and management.

NRPA is hosting an AFO course this September, in conjunction with the 2019 NRPA Annual Conference in Baltimore. In this two-day training, course attendees will gain practical knowledge from highly qualified instructors and will have the opportunity to take the AFO exam onsite. Attendees can also register to take the AFO exam only. Registration for the conference is not required to attend the AFO course or exam. The deadline to register for the AFO course is Friday, September 6, 2019.

When: September 22-23, 2019

Where: Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel - Baltimore, Maryland

Registering for the AFO Course and Exam without Conference Registration

1) Click here to log in to your NRPA account (or create a free account if you don't have one) and access the NRPA Annual Conference registration page.

2) Scroll down to Additional Training Sessions

3) Select the AFO Course and/or the AFO Certification Exam then select Continue to complete your registration.

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Registering for the AFO Course and Exam with Conference Registration

1) Click here to log in to your NRPA account (or create a free account if you don't have one) and access the NRPA Annual Conference registration page.

2) Select your conference registration package.

3) Select the AFO Course and/or the AFO Certification Exam under Additional Training Sessions then select Continue to complete your registration.

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Space is limited, so don’t miss this great opportunity to get certified in your area!

If you have any questions about AFO certification, please reach out to Elizabeth Gonzales, NRPA's Aquatics Program Manager.

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