If you missed a seminar at the conference, or the conference altogether, you can view the 50-minute seminars online now. Schedule time to update yourself on a particular topic or train your entire team by projecting a seminar in your conference room. There are sessions applicable to every segment of the aquatics industry.
The seminars presented this year include the following topics:
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Email us or call (719) 540-9119 to purchase multiple codes for team members or to give away to customers.
The Aquatic Physical Therapy Section of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) is holding its annual Aquatics Summit in conjunction with the World Aquatic Health™ Conference in Norfolk. They develop, promote, and advocate for evidence-based aquatic physical therapy as an effective intervention to enhance movement. For more information on the Aquatics Section of APTA, go to www.aquaticpt.org.
The Aquatic Exercise Association is a non-profit educational organization
committed to the advancement of aquatic fi tness worldwide. With AEA,
achieving healthy lifestyles through aquatic fitness is a team effort, supported
globally. They have certified 45,000 professionals worldwide and maintain a
strong membership base with representation in over 50 countries.
To learn more about AEA, go to www.aeawave.com.
The Genesis 3 Design Group includes design professionals and
contractors that have made a conscious decision to improve their
professional lives through education and a commitment to higher
standards in the water shaping industry. Since 1998 Genesis 3 has
done three things better than anyone else in the industry: we educate,
we certify, and we connect design professionals to key sponsors,
homeowners, and other design professionals seeking the expertise of our collective group.
To learn more about Genesis 3, go to www.genesis3.com.
USA Swimming’s Facilities Development Department has taken a pro-active
approach to develop the necessary in-house resources to facilitate aquatic
development. They reach out to interested parties and combine services and
resources to support community aquatics for generations. Their goal is to provide
their members and the general public with access to safe, pleasant and functional
To learn more about USA Swimming, go to www.usaswimming.org and search “facilities.”