PLAWA will present the Leisure Facility Managers course in June
The Western Australian branch of Parks and Leisure Australia (PLAWA) will present its 2022 WA Leisure Facility Managers course from June 13-17.
The course is aimed at a range of professionals including recreation facility supervisors and coordinators, program managers, aquatic supervisors, recreation managers; managers of regional pools and those in rural areas wishing to pursue a career in leisure management; leisure facility managers without formal or tertiary management qualifications; and recreation facility operators, program coordinators, gym and health club managers, pool lifeguards wishing to move into a management role.
Held over five days at a range of aquatic and leisure facilities across Perth, this Level 1 course will cover skill modules providing access to industry guides, resources and case studies, including planning corporate, legal, risk management, asset management, budgeting, marketing, leadership and mentoring.
Supporting the skills development of internally promoted Leisure Facility Managers, it will also address succession planning, providing valuable access to experienced Leisure Managers, as well as networking opportunities that are an integral part of the program. . Limited to a maximum of 20 participants.
Preferred accommodation for those from outside Perth is at the Peppers Kings Square Hotel where delegates receive 10% off the normal room rate.
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Main image: The Armadale Fitness and Aquatics Center is among the facilities that the 2022 WA Leisure Facility Managers course will visit.
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