At the JC Training Academy, we offer a number of different training courses for Pool Plant Operations, Lifesaving, Legionella, First Aid, Mental Health First Aid and Health and Safety. We help those working within these sectors to obtain as much information about these vocations as possible, allowing them to work to the best of their ability and be helpful to those around them. Our training academy specialises in providing qualifications for those working in the leisure industry specifically. We promote the highest standards within the industry and encourage employees to gain confidence in their roles with their new qualifications. From half day sessions to multi-day sessions around the UK, or at your own venue, our training courses are both in-depth and enjoyable.
Please find our upcoming training courses at the training centre in Sheffield and throughout the UK below:
15th – STA Emergency First Aid At Work (Sheffield)
27th – STA Swimming Pool Water Testing (Sheffield)
17th – 19th – STA Pool Plant Operations (Sheffield)
17th – 18th – STA Pool Responder (Christchurch Harbour Hotel)
24th – STA Swimming Pool Water Testing (King Edmund School, Essex)
26th – 28th – STA First Aid at Work (Sheffield)
18th – 20th – STA Pool Plant Operations (Sheffield)
18th- 19th – Mental Health First Aid (Essex)
27th – 29th – Pool Plant Operations (Sheffield)
31st – STA Swimming Pool Water Treatment (Sheffield)
First Aid Training Courses
We provide both an emergency first aid at work course and first aid at work training course at our academy. Both training courses are designed for those who are designated as first aiders in their workplace. The 1-day emergency first aid at work course qualification allows the appointed workplace first aider to take control of the emergency; calling the emergency medical services where appropriate and using the necessary equipment. The emergency first aid at work course is well suited for companies with less than 25 employees and covers all emergency medical situations you may face in the workplace, including CPR, choking, bleeding, minor injuries, wounds and shock.
The difference between the two first aid training courses is that first aid at work course is completed over three days, as opposed to one and covers a wider range of emergency situations, providing the learner with in-depth knowledge on how to save someone’s life. No previous experience is required for this course, making this suitable for all office workers.
As well as first aid training courses, we also offer pool plant operator training, which is suitable for both public and private organisations in the recreational and leisure industry. This pool plant operator training provides the learner with ways to maintain their facilities safely and assists with seamless running of the facilities. As part of the pool plant operator training course, you will cover topics, including pool operation, planned maintenance and legionella awareness.
Other Training Courses
The health and safety training courses including Manual Handling Online, Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Online, Fire Marshal Competent Person and Asbestos Awareness Online. We also offer other training courses for Legionella Awareness, Pool Lifeguard and Pool Emergency Responder.
What You Need To Know
Learners must be 16 years of age or above on the first day of the course. It is advisable that
learners have a minimum of level 1 in literacy and numeracy or equivalent.
You are required to provide photographic identification prior to starting your course; a Driver’s License or Passport will suffice.
Refreshments and free onsite parking are provided at our Dinnington Training Centre. Unless specified on your Booking Confirmation; please be aware that lunch is not provided so we encourage you to bring a packed lunch or alternatively there is an onsite café to purchase from a selection of deli foods and hot meals.
Qualifications are tutor assessed through the completion of worksheets and practical demonstrations and you will be presented with your course manual and worksheets on arrival.
Learner’s requiring additional support should notify the academy upon booking onto the course to allow for reasonable adjustments and special considerations. A full list of policies including Complaints & Appeals, Equality & Diversity, Malpractice & Maladministration, Safeguarding and Quality Assurance are available by contacting the academy.