Source: World Aquatic Health™ Conference
Largest Educational Conference on Aquatics to Take Place in Denver, CO
Colorado Springs, COLORADO, May 15, 2017 - The World Aquatic Health™ Conference (WAHC) will provide multiple opportunities for industry leaders to network and learn. Scheduled from October 18-20, 2017, at the Omni Interlocken Hotel, near Denver, CO, the 14th Annual WAHC provides industry leaders, such as health officials, researchers, manufacturers, operators, managers, and builders/designers, the chance to help shape the future through aquatics.
Hosted by the National Swimming Pool Foundation (NSPF), WAHC 2017 welcomes acclaimed Keynote Speakers Ryan Avery and Amy Posey. In addition to the keynote presentations, both will be engaged in workshops during the conference. Mr. Avery will be leading a confidence-building workshop From “A” to “THE”: Stop being A leader. Start being THE leader. Ms. Posey will be presenting with 2016’s Keynote, Dr. Wallace J. Nichols, during a Health Benefits workshop titled Neuroscience of Leadership.
In addition to the nearly 50 innovative educational sessions during the conference, WAHC 2017 offers a variety of special events. Guests may choose to attend the 2nd Biennial CMAHC Vote on the Code Conference, Aquatic Therapy Day, a Boulder-based insider’s tour, Environmental Health Round Tables, an NSPF Instructor Update Meeting, the USA Swimming Regional Build A Pool Conference, or NSPF’s recently released Advanced Service Technician™ Course.
About the World Aquatic Health™ Conference
This leading global aquatic research forum is tailored for people involved in all aspects of aquatics, those affiliated with aquatic facilities, pool and spa industry, service providers, consultants, parks & recreation, water parks, manufacturers, academia, associations, builders, community organizations, distributors, hotels, government, health/medical, retail, and media. Watch the video.
About the National Swimming Pool Foundation®
At the National Swimming Pool Foundation, we believe everything we do helps people live happier and healthier lives. Whether it’s encouraging more aquatic activity, making pools safer, or keeping pools open, we believe we can make a difference. To further this mission, in 2016 we combined forces with GENESIS, an educational leader for designers and builders of residential pools and spas. Together with GENESIS we offer products and programs that are technically sound, convenient, and beautifully designed. In 2012, we launched the Step Into Swim™ Campaign, a 10-year initiative to create one million more swimmers. Founded in 1965 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit and located in Colorado Springs, CO.,NSPF proceeds go to fund research and to help create swimmers. Visit nspf.org, genesis3.com, or call 719-540-9119 to learn more.