WAHC Track Tuesday: Facility Management 2017

WAHC Facility Management Who Should Attend?
The Facility Management WAHC track covers topics that would be beneficial for Aquatic Directors & Facility Managers, Pool Operators, Parks and Recreational Officials, Hotel Pool Operators, and Home Owners Associations. 

What Will Be Discussed?
This year, Facility Management sessions will focus on many different topics including management techniques, maximizing users and user experiences, drowning prevention, and risk management. 

If you are interested in improving your facility, the upcoming trends in training and programming; this WAHC track is just for you!

How to Learn More
The below table shows the full titles, times, and speakers of each Facility Management WAHC session. If you are interested in more details about each session, please register for your FREE account and check out the hyperlinks below. 




Thursday, October 19



Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory: Astronauts from the Pool to Spacewalks

Kurt Otten, BSEE

10:00 am-10:50 am

Stop Wasting Your Pool: A Systematic Guide to Maximizing User Groups and Variety

Matt Jakubowski, Daniel Leatherman

11:00 am-11:50 am

Assessing African-American College Student Perceptions of Swimming: A Survey of a Historically Black College

Jodi Jenson, MPA

1:30 pm-2:20 pm

Swim Schools – The Secrets to Why They Work

Matthew Lane

3:00 pm-3:50 pm

Supervising and Educating Post-Millennials or "Generation Z"

Cliff Pryor

4:00pm-4:50 pm

Friday, October 20



Risk Management: Science, not Science Fiction

Kevin Post, Matt Haynes

10:00 am-10:50 am

SwimSafe - Toronto's Public Disclosure Program for Public Pools and Spas

Mahesh Patel

11:00 am-11:50 am

Drownings in Lifeguard Pools: Why Submerged Victims Go Unnoticed

Maria Bella

1:30 pm-2:20 pm

Key Messages from the World Conference on Drowning Prevention

Mike Espino

2:30pm-3:20 pm 


The World Aquatic Health™ Conference will be hosted in Denver, CO from October 18-20, 2017. Be sure to purchase your ticket today and if you have more questions about the WAHC, please email conference@nspf.org or call 719.540.9119.

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