CES - AFO course receives new (CE) Continuing Education approval.
CES is proud to announce that it’s unique version of the NRPA’s Aquatic Facility Operator (AFO) course has recently been approved for 18 hours of CE (Continuing Education) credits by the Florida DBPR (Department of Business and Professsional Regulation). This approval is valid effective 1/11/2007.  The approval means that pool service companies, commercial contractors, and other state-licensed contractors can now receive a very large percentage of required bi-annual CE credits by successfully passing this course.
The CES/AFO course is the only AFO course that is Florida DBPR-approved. It is also the only AFO course that is currently DOH (Department of Health) approved under the requirements of the 64E-9 DOH code.
CES has been teaching NRPA’s leading AFO (Aquatic Facility Operator) course for over 12 years, and is one of the largest AFO Educational providers in the US. Based on written student evaluations, the  CES/AFO course has been long heralded as being more informative, easier to understand, and less commercial than other Florida-based certification courses.
Learn why the CES/AFO course has become one of the most popular educational programs in Florida. Your operators will love the simple, informative style, and easy-to-understand modern presentation. You’ll love how the increased know-how and confidence that your operators gain from the new-found knowledge will pay many dividends in saving you time, money, and potential liability.
To learn more about the CES/AFO course, please visit http://www.ceswaterquality.com/afo_cert.php. To view class schedules or to register for an upcoming class, please visit http://www.ceswaterquality.com/afo_schedules.php.
Monday, February 19, 2007