Formation d’opérateur d’installation récréative

Quel est le but de ce programme?

Ce programme vise à fournir aux opérateurs d’installation récréative les compétences et les connaissances pratiques nécessaires à l’entretien et à la gestion de ces installations.

Quels sont les objectifs du programme?

  • Maximiser la durée de vie des installations récréatives dans les collectivités du Nord.
  • Veiller au bon fonctionnement, à l’entretien et à la gestion des installations récréatives publiques du Nord.
  • Préparer les étudiants en vue de l’obtention d’une attestation de compétence professionnelle en tant qu’opérateur d’installation récréative.
  • Rehausser la notoriété de la formation en installations récréatives grâce à des certifications et des partenariats avec d’autres organismes de formation.

Pourquoi devrais-je suivre cette formation d’opérateur d’installations récréatives?​​​​​​​

Les cours visent à rehausser les compétences et les connaissances nécessaires au bon fonctionnement, à l’entretien et à la gestion des installations publiques et à maximiser leur durée de vie.

Qu’obtiennent les étudiants à la fin de la formation?​​​​​​​

Les étudiants qui auront réussi tous les cours obligatoires dans le cadre du programme d’opérateur d’installation récréative ou dans leur champ de compétence recevront un Certificat de réussite du programme délivré par le GTNO.

Quand et où?​​​​​​​

Chaque année, divers cours sont offerts dans les collectivités ténoises et dans les centres régionaux.

Courses Available

Arena Level I and ll

Course Description:

This workshop consists of instruction and practical sessions in the making, marking, painting and maintenance of artificial and natural ice surfaces. Basic refrigeration theory if students are working in facilities with artificial ice is also a course component.

Curling Operations Level I

Course Description:

This course consists of instruction and practical sessions in the making, marking, painting and maintenance of curling ice surfaces. Students will learn what makes a good sheet of curling ice, how to operate curling ice maintenance equipment and perform key ice maintenance tasks

Custodial Care

Course Description:

A clean facility is a facility to be proud of. This course covers what must be cleaned (soils, stains and micro-organisms), what must be used to remove each, how to buy only what you need, how to keep track of supplies, how to store supplies safely, and how to put a preventative maintenance program into place. Participants will become familiar with various types of flooring, cleaning equipment and supplies, and learn about specific procedures for cleaning floors, walls, ceiling and fixtures

Ice Resurfacers

Course Description:

This course consists of instruction and practical sessions in the operation and maintenance of ice resurfacing and ice maintenance equipment including ice resurfacer (Zamboni/Olympia), ice edgers and ice scraping tools.

Parks and Sportfields Level I and II

Course Description:

This course provides instruction in play space/sportsfield planning, grass and turf maintenance and outdoor equipment maintenance.

 

The Parks and Sportsfields Level II course builds on the topics and concepts introduced in the Level I course. The course will provide instruction in the areas of horticulture, tree and plant care, landscaping, pest control, trail development and play space planning and maintenance.

Pools I

Course Description:

This course provides an excellent in-class and hands-on experience for those involved in seasonal and year-round swimming pool operations. Topics include: water circulation/filtration, basic chlorine and salt water chemistry, water balance, pool diseases and water testing.

 

Pools Level I and ll

Course Description:

This course provides an excellent in-class and hands-on experience for those involved in seasonal and year-round swimming pool operations. Topics include: water circulation/filtration, basic chlorine and salt water chemistry, water balance, pool diseases and water testing.

 

The Pools Level II course builds on the topics and concepts introduced in Pools Level I and provides instruction in the areas of advanced pool chemistry, air quality, pool diseases, specialty chemicals and problem-solving.

Recreation Facility Supervision

Course Description:

The Recreation Facility Supervision course provides instruction in skill and knowledge area recreation facility operators need to be successful including leadership, staff supervision, communications, problem solving, budgeting and risk management