FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 9, 2021
Janay Rickwalder, CAE
Vice President, Marketing and Communications
703-357-3918 | email@example.com
(Alexandria, Va.) - The Pool and Hot Tub Alliance (PHTA) is pleased to launch its new Education Partner Program.
The Education Partner Program provides a centralized location to help students maintain their records and ensure they have the education they need to maintain their continuing education. It also lets students know about available training options to meet their certification requirements.
Companies can participate by becoming an Education Partner. Education Partners have their programs reviewed and approved for PHTA credits. Approved programs will be included on the educational calendar on the PHTA website and promoted to students looking for continuing education opportunities. They will also be shared on PHTA’s social media and e-newsletters.
PHTA maintains third-party accreditation by the International Association on Continuing Education and Training (IACET). “Education Partner approved programs are required to meet or exceed the IACET standard, which elevates not only individual programs but the pool and spa industry’s education as a whole,” said PHTA Vice President of Education and Events Jeanne Mendelson. “Through the Education Partner Program, PHTA is striving to develop the highest of quality professionals.”
PHTA is now accepting Education Partner Program submissions. This will be an exciting way for companies to share their expertise and raise the level of professionalism in the industry.
The Education Partner Program webpage has additional information, as well as the Education Partner Program Agreement and submission forms for programs and instructors. The Education Partner Program is replacing PHTA’s Accreditation Program.
For more information, please contact Jeanne Mendelson, PHTA Vice President of Education and Events, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703.838.0083.
About the Pool & Hot Tub Alliance
The Pool & Hot Tub Alliance (PHTA), a non-profit organization with nearly 3,500 members from around the world, was established in 1956 to support, promote, and protect the common interests of the $36.5B pool, hot tub and spa industry. PHTA provides education, advocacy, standards development, research, and market growth to increase our members’ professionalism, knowledge and profitability. Additionally, PHTA facilitates the expansion of swimming, water safety and related research and outreach activities aimed at introducing more people to swimming, making swimming environments safer and keeping pools open to serve communities. For more information, visit www.phta.org.