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Summer Workshop Schedule

Friday, August 2nd, 2019

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8:00am – 8:50am

Chapter 489 – Contractors’ Responsibilities*
Instructor: Don Cesarone
50 min / 1 CEU / L & R
CILB #0608525

A review of the Florida Statutes Chapter 489 regarding penalties for contractors who misrepresent as a licensed contractor.  State and local licensing are discussed.  How to avoid disciplinary action which may cause a contractor to lose license and be unable to work in the State of Florida.

9:00am – 10:40am

FBC Advanced Module: ANSI-15 / ANSI-7 Flow Requirements & TDH Regulations for Pools/Spas*
Instructor: Don Cesarone
100 min / 2 CEU / ADV & GEN
CILB #0610378

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Defines the differences in requirements, concept and specific goals between ANSI-15 design standard and the ANSI-7 conformance standard. Illustrates the real energy savings to consumers and the marketing benefits for builders resulting from compliance with ANSI-15. Discussion and illustration of how to calculate Total Dynamic Head (TDH) and determine system flow for compliance of each standard, methods of affirming compliance of each standard with your building official, and the methods of verifying flow to assure compliance with ANSI-7 Suction Entrapment Avoidance Standard.

10:50am – 11:40pm

Worker’s Compensation*
Instructor: Jenny D’Ugard
50 min / 1 CEU / WC
CILB #0007812

Presentation of the government requirements related to the safety and welfare of contractors, sub-contractors service professionals and their employees.  A review of liability, claims and specific programs are addressed to protect owners and their employees.

11:50pm – 12:40pm

Workplace Safety*
Instructor: Laura Castanza
50 min / 1 CEU / WPS
CILB #0007803

Review of safe chemical handling, chemical hazards and protections. Discussion on chemical labeling, reading labels and identifying chemical hazards. Course provides an in-depth study of Safety Data Sheets (SDS) as it relates to chemical safety of the end user. OSHA requirements are addressed as well as other safety issues to protect everyone involved.

12:40pm – 1:10pm

Lunch will be provided

1:10pm – 2:00pm

Swimming Pool Electrical Safety*
Instructor: Rick Myers and Laura Castanza
50 min / 1 CEU / PEC
CILB #0612754

An introduction and overview to Swimming Pool and Electrical Safety: Discuss how to reference the (2017) 6th edition of Florida Building Code; Identify Scope of Work for Electrical, RP, CPC (Residential and Commercial), and Specialty Licensed Contractors; Discuss Permitting and Inspections.

2:10pm – 3:50pm

Swimming Pool and Spa Solutions in Chemistry
Instructor: Rick Coffey PhD. and Rick Myers
100 min / 2 CEU / GEN
CILB #0007820

Review Basic Water Chemistry and Water Balance.  Discuss the most prevalent problems in maintaining water balance and sanitizers, why they occur, and how to resolve these issues.  Learn new techniques of treating old problems with new chemistry!

4:00pm – 4:50pm

Sales and Marketing* – How the 64E-9 Health Code for Public Pools Affects Your Business
Instructor: Rick Myers
50 min / 1 CEU / BP
CILB #0007816

Discuss how to better market your business and serve customers through knowledge of the 64E-9 Health Code for Public Pools.  Promoting healthy, safe, pools & spas not only saves lives, but creates consumer confidence that can have positive, exponential effects.

Saturday, August 3rd, 2019

8:00am – 9:40am

Pool Heating – Options, Operation and Troubleshooting
Instructor: Jim Johndro & Matt Gomulka
100 min / 2 CEU / GEN
CILB #0007818

Discuss different pool heating options and the most effective for our South Florida environment. Learn basic operation and troubleshooting, sizing and costs, along with variable speed technology that is changing the game.

9:50am – 11:30am

Chemicals and Automatic Sanitizing Devices
Instructor: Sean Assam
100 min / 2 CEU / GEN
CILB #0008937

Review the types of sanitizers used in pools and spas in commercial and residential settings, how they are distributed (dispensers/feeders), and/or manufactured (chlorine generators), and monitored or controlled (ORP, pH, and Saturation), including redundant systems.  Learn to identify potential problems prior to install, how to troubleshoot existing systems, and how to resolve.  Open discussion is encouraged.

11:40am – 12:30pm

Know the Past, Grow Today’s Market
Instructor: Bruce Wigo and Laura Castanza
50 min / 1 CEU / GEN
CILB #0612623

This course takes a deeper look into the history of swimming to discover distinct cultural shifts in swimming that ultimately impacted the patrons and the design of aquatic facilities.  With this knowledge, contractors can create “value add” options in their business to grow their marketing in every way.

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