Playground Maintenance Training
The Playground Maintenance Program focuses on practical maintenance practices, inspection principles and best practices in making repairs. This program does not focus on play theory or memorizing standards. Course modules explore the maintenance challenges associated with the common materials found in playgrounds, including concrete, metal, wood, plastics, fasteners and various surfacing materials. Through videos and case studies, you learn about the types of playground inspections, how to repair damaged equipment and associated legal considerations. A virtual playground offers you the opportunity to apply your newly learned skills. This is a certificate of completion program not a certification. Continuing education modules to address new playground-maintenance issues, along with refresher segments, will be available on the Clemson University website. To view more information about this training, click here for a 6 minute video.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone who performs hands-on playground safety inspections and maintenance, along with those who supervise playground maintenance staff, should attend this training. Participants, with experience ranging from just a few weeks up to 30 years, will find the two-day course practical and informative. Whether you've earned your CPSI or never plan to, this training is designed to bring practical information to park professionals who conduct high and low frequency inspections, repairs, corrective action and playground maintenance.
Cost TBA. Registration fee includes the training, lunch both days, two publications: A Comprehensive Guide for Maintaining Safe Playgrounds and the companion 80 page Participant Guide for use with the course.
The next training will be offered in mid-summer 2019. Click here to be added to the distribution list.
For questions or further information regarding either of these offerings, contact us at 303-231-0943 or firstname.lastname@example.org.