C5086 Registered Swimming Pool Inspector Course

This course was approved by the NSW Fair Trading as a recognised CPD Activity for Registered Swimming Pool (formerly E 1 Swimming Pool Certifiers), and Building Certifiers.

We will review some of the confusing aspects of the legislation that relate to the inspection of swimming pool barriers for the purposes of issuing a swimming pool compliance certificate. In particular we will:

1.Identify and clarify the topical areas of the legislation causing concern and inconsistency throughout industry

2.Identify the legal obligations of both the privately accredited certifier and Council Swimming Pool Officer in relation to the inspection of a swimming pool barrier for the purposes of issuing a swimming pool non-compliance and swimming pool compliance certificate.

The course will also include an open forum which will give you the opportunity to ask questions or to provide scenarios and situations that may be causing concern or confusion.

The course presenters have extensive experience in swimming pool legislation, and represent on relevant government organised committees including the Cross Agency Advisory Group. All participants, including those participating via webinar will be given the opportunity to ask questions, or present scenarios

All Swimming Pool Inspectors (formerly known as E1 Certifiers) need to be Registered with NSW Fair trading before being able to inspect pools for the purposes of issuing certificates.

The requirements for registration are specified in Schedule 2 of the Building and Development Certifiers Regulation 2020. In summary, to be in a position to apply for registration with NSW Fair Trading as a Swimming Pool Inspector (formerly E1 Certifier) you will need to:

1.Complete a course that is recognised by NSW Fair Trading ( our course) and
2.Meet the Qualification and experience requirements specified in Schedule 2 of the Regulation which are to:
- be currently registered as a Building Inspector (formerly known as A 4 Certifier), or
- have an endorsed contractor's licence or a qualified supervisor certificate under the Home Building Act as a builder,
swimming pool builder or structural landscaper who is authorised to build swimming pool fencing, or
- have at least two year's recent experience as a Swimming Pool Compliance officer working for a local council

More information about how to become a Registered Swimming Pool Inspector can be found on the NSW Fair Trading website

Delivery Mode
Blended on-line and Face to Face over 2 days at Rydges Bankstown - Hume Highway Bass Hill NSW 2197

Qualification Issued
Certificate of Completion

LocationCourse TitleInfoTraining BeginsPrice
(ex GST)
Rydges Bankstown

Rydges Bankstown
874 Hume Highway
Bass Hill 2197

Registered Swimming Pool Inspector Course (formerly Category E1 - Accredited Certifier)Thu, 17 Oct 2024