11067NAT

Course in Swimming Pool Safety Inspections

Swimming pool with chair lying outside

Become a

Pool Safety Inspector

RTO 41251
P: 07 3180 3148
www.cvepoolsafety.edu.au

Sunset in Queensland

Pool Safety Inspector Course Queensland

Whether you’re looking for a pool safety inspector course in Brisbane or a pool safety inspector course on the Gold Coast or anywhere else in the Queensland, our Pool Safety Barrier Training course delivers the skills and knowledge required to become a successful pool safety inspector. 

In Queensland, pool safety inspectors are required to successfully complete 11067NAT Course in Swimming Pool Safety Inspections to be able to be licensed to perform the functions of a pool safety inspector. 

Our course covers pool safety laws and pool fencing safety standards in Queensland and is approved by the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC).  

Pool safety inspectors in Queensland have an important role to play in ensuring pool barrier safety. In Queensland, the pool safety certificate is required for pool owners when selling or leasing their property. When a pool is compliant, a licensed pool barrier inspector can issue a swimming pool safety certificate in Queensland. In addition to determining pool barrier safety and meeting compliance requirements, property managers and owners gain peace of mind.

About 11067NAT Course in Swimming Pool Safety Inspections

The course in Swimming Pool Safety Inspections provides the skills and knowledge needed to effectively perform safety inspections of regulated swimming pools to issue pool safety certificates or identify nonconformity notices in accordance with legislative requirements.

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The course covers following topics:

  • Understand and operate within a framework to perform pool safety inspections including:
    • Building Act 1975 (Qld)
    • Building Regulation 2021 (Qld) 
    • Pool safety standard comprising QDC MP 3.4 (which references Australian Standards AS1926.1 – 2007 and AS1926.2 – 2007) and prescribed signage requirements
  • Organise and prepare for your pool inspections 
  • Assessing a pool for its compliance with the pool safety standard and identify non-conforming features 
    • Collect and record vital evidence to support your decision
  • Following Code of Conduct for swimming pool safety inspectors
  • Issuing Pool Safety Certificates 
  • How to report an inspection outcome by following the timeframe prescribed in the Act. 
  • Nature and extent of minor repairs that may be carried out by inspectors.
  • Timeframes and documents to use for pool safety inspection functions 
  • Notifying the local government of any failure by the pool owner to request a re-inspection
  • Manage your pool inspections in a professional manner
  • How to apply for your Pool Safety Inspectors Licence
  • Utilising technology to avoid any error of judgement while conducting inspections. 
Date Course duration Venue Amount Action
05/02/2024 - 07/02/2024 3 days Coopers Plains QLD 4108 $1,499 Book Now
05/03/2024 - 07/03/2024 3 days Coopers Plains QLD 4108 $1,499 Book Now
02/04/2024 - 04/04/2024 3 days Coopers Plains QLD 4108 $1,499 Book Now
07/05/2024 - 09/05/2024 3 days Coopers Plains QLD 4108 $1,499 Book Now
04/06/2024 - 06/06/2024 3 days Coopers Plains QLD 4108 $1,499 Book Now
02/07/2024 - 04/07/2024 3 days Coopers Plains QLD 4108 $1,499 Book Now
06/08/2024 - 08/08/2024 3 days Coopers Plains QLD 4108 $1,499 Book Now

After successfully completing this course, participants can apply with the QBCC (Queensland Building and Construction Commission) here to become licensed pool safety inspectors in Queensland, enabling you to conduct pool inspections in Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast and throughout Queensland. 

Pool safety inspectors would work independently, use significant discretion and judgement, and take responsibility for the quality of their work.

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Who is the course for and what are the benefits?

The 11067NAT Course in Swimming Pool Safety Inspections is for anyone who wants to become a licensed poo barrier safety inspector. Professionals and tradespeople – such as pool fence installers, building inspectors, developers, building surveyors, real estate agents, and council officers – can broaden their skills and knowledge. 

If you are a Uber or Taxi driver then this is your opportunity to earn top dollar in your spare time. 

What’s included in the pool compliance course?

Our swimming pool inspector course includes all the materials needed for completion. It includes a:

  • Learner Guide
  • Learner Assessment 
  • Pool safety Fact Sheets 
  • Queensland Development Code – Swimming Pool Barriers
  • Inspection and booking Templates

The course duration is three days and includes access to a swimming pool with a pool barrier to give you hands-on experience in conducting pool barrier inspections for our face-to-face delivery. Class sizes are limited to ensure that each student gets enough one-on-one support during the course.

Next step to becoming a pool safety inspector

If you would like to enrol in this course, then Apply here. To learn more about the course dates and fees, please contact us at 0731 803 148 or email info@cvepoolsafety.edu.au

FAQ's

How to become a pool safety inspector will depend on your location. In Queensland, the 0660NAT Course in Swimming Pool Safety Inspections is required to become a pool safety inspector in Queensland. The course covers pool safety laws and pool fencing safety standards in Queensland and is approved by the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC). 

 

After successfully completing the course, you can apply to become a licensed pool barrier safety inspector. With this qualification, you can apply to be recognised by the New South Wales Building Professionals Board to enable you to complete barrier safety inspections of regulated pools and spas in New South Wales. We deliver this training course in Brisbane.

 

The Pool Safety Inspectors Course (VBAISP2020) is required in Victoria to be registered in the class of Building Inspector (Pool Safety) and carry out the functions of a pool and spa inspector under the Building Act 1993 and Part 9A of the Building Regulations 2018. In addition, you need to conduct 10 live swimming pool and spa barrier inspections as part of the assessment before you can apply to the Victorian Building Authority (VBA) to get a pool safety inspector licence.

The course duration is three days. In Queensland, you can apply to become a licensed pool safety inspector after completing the course and passing the pool safety inspector test. According to the QBCC website, it can take six to eight weeks to process a licence application. 

In Victoria, the course is three days. After completing the course, you will need to complete the Pool Safety Inspectors Course (VBAISP2020), conduct 10 live inspections, and apply with Victorian Building Authority (VBA).

As a licensed pool and spa safety barrier inspector, you can conduct safety barrier inspections, issue pool safety certificates, and report any non-compliances determined during an inspection. If you are already a building inspector, being licensed can expand the services you can deliver. If you are considering starting a pool and spa barrier safety inspection business, the licence is required, and the course is the first step for attaining the licence to inspect pools and spas for barrier safety compliance.

We are currently delivering the course in Brisbane And Victoria. Subscribe for updates about new course locations to be added.

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