Certified Pool Operator (CPO) (virtual seminar)

Nationally recognized certification course in pool operation

Tuesday, April 6, 2021
8:30 AM (MDT)
to Wednesday, April 7, 2021 at 5:00 PM (MDT)
Zoom Virtual Learning Platform


Certified Pool Operator (CPO) 

Keeping your pool, sauna or spa in top working condition ensures the longevity of your asset and the safety of your residents. By attending this course and becoming a Certified Pool Operator® (CPO) the persons responsible for maintaining your pool, sauna or spa will have a better understanding of the laws and basic upkeep techniques of pool and spa operations.

The CPO certification course requires participation in the two-day certification program taught by a certified CPO instructor and will provide individuals with the basic knowledge, techniques, and skills of pool and spa operations and maintenance. The CPO certification program requires a passing score in the open book written examination. The CPO certification is valid for five years.

Topics include:

  • Pool and spa
  • Chemistry
  • Testing
  • Maintenance
  • Equipment
  • Government requirements


Presented by: Craig Swegle, The Pool Doctor


Virtual CPO Pricing

  • Member Admission | $325 per person 
  • Non-member Admisson | $599 per person 

Virtual Seminar Series: What to Expect 

The all new AAMD virtual seminar series is going to bring you the opportunity to earn your Certified Pool Operator (CPO) certification while maintaining social distance and before the pools open! 

These are not your typical online classes. The Virtual Seminar Series will have Craig Swegle presenting the information live in a virtual and interactive format. Please plan on having access to your microphone and having your camera turned on for the duration of class.

Testing will be done through an online testing platform during the second half of day 2 beginning around 12:00pm. The test is proctored virtually, you will require a webcam capable device in order to test.

All 2021 CPO classes are scheduled for virtual delivery. As things change, we will continue to evaluate bringing back in person CPO classes.

For more information

Lisa Godbehere