Life Saving Victoria (LSV) invites members of the public pool and aquatic industry to dive into the 10th annual Aquatic Industry Summit, being held virtually on Friday 29 October.
The summit will reflect on one of the aquatic industry’s most challenging years yet, which saw long-term closures of facilities during COVID-19 lockdowns.
The event will also celebrate the resilience of the aquatic industry’s people and its importance to the upcoming year, as Victoria edges closer to reopening.
There will be guest speakers from both within LSV’s team and external panellists, sharing their knowledge on topics such as the challenges of rebuilding post-COVID, safety requirements in uncertain times, how to prepare for the season and facilities of the future.
LSV general manager training and aquatic industry Andy Dennis encouraged people within the industry to attend for their professional development in the lead up to the summer season and beyond.
“LSV’s Aquatic Industry Summit is an opportunity to come together and review, discuss and plan the future of pool and aquatic safety and address industry challenges,” Mr Dennis said.
“We will host a range of expert speakers who will present on a range of relevant topics in an informative and progressive format.
“While it is disappointing we cannot come together in person for the 2021 summit, the health and safety of our members, staff and guests remains our priority, so we have made the difficult decision to host our second online summit.
“There will still be a chance to network and support our presenters via the chat function, with prizes up for grabs for those getting involved.”
The 2021 Aquatic Industry Summit will be available to stream for free via LSV’s website or YouTube. To attend, visit training.lsv.com.au/ and follow the prompts to enrol.
- Enter course ID 1696621 in the course ID search – leave other fields blank
- Click list search
- Click enrol now
- Follow the prompts
To find out more, visit our website or email LSV’s aquatic industry services team at email@example.com