PHTA Instructor Assessment School
The PHTA® Instructor Assessment School is designed to verify students’ ability to educate and to provide mentorship to the candidates who wish to become PHTA Instructors. The school, administered by the CPO Instructor Assessment Committee, will prepare students to teach PHTA products and programs.
Application for the Assessment School
To be considered, a candidate must:
Applications are reviewed on a first come, first serve basis. Completion of the application and requirements does not guarantee approval into the school.
After Submitting your Application
Upcoming Instructor School Schedule
In-person Instructor School Schedule
Member Registration: $1,500
Non-member Registration: $1,800
October 10-12, 2022
Virtual Instructor School Schedule
Member Registration: $1,200
Non-member Registration: $1,500
April 11-15, 2022
Class will be held in the evening and candidates will meet on Zoom.
The CPO Instructor Assessment Committee is a committee of PHTA Instructors that act as a resource to PHTA's Education Department. Each Assessment Committee member assists in in-person and virtual instructor trainings. Committee members assess each candidate's performance in teach-backs for assigned chapters, interaction with other candidates, and final examination scores. Recommendations are provided for ongoing assessment practices to enhance the candidates' experience and takeaway from each school.
Director of Instructor Relations
Pool & Hot Tub Alliance
Fontaine C. Piper
Truman State University
American Pool Consultants
Connie Sue Centrella
International Education Consultant
PHTA CPO Instructor
Kendar Pool Service
Manager of Education & Technical Services
Taylor Technologies, Inc.
Retired, Sr. Director - Auxiliary Operations and Services
Kent State University
Sierra Nevada Masters
PHTA CPO Instructor
Laura M. Suppes, Ph.D.
Public Health and Environmental Studies
University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
Roy Vore, Ph.D.
Vore & Associates
Questions? Contact email@example.com.