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Comment by Laurie Batter on March 12, 2010 at 10:23am
New iPhone® Apps From The National Swimming Pool Foundation®
Make Pool Water Calculations Easier

Calculations match those in Pool & Spa Operator™ Handbook and Pool Math™ Workbook


Colorado Springs, CO /March 11, 2010
The National Swimming Pool Foundation® (NSPF®), in partnership with inQ Mobile Apps LLC (inQ Mobile), has introduced three iPhone applications (Apps) to make pool water calculations easier and quicker for pool and spa industry professionals and consumers.

The App calculations match those used in the Pool & Spa Operator™ Handbook and the Pool Math™ Workbook, both published by NSPF. One App calculates Pool Volume for different shaped pools and spas ($ 5.99). A second calculates Water Flow for determining flow rates, turnover rates, number of turnovers, and target turnover rates ($ 4.99). And, a third App allows the calculation of the Saturation Index to help maintain proper water balance ($ 3.99). The Apps can be used on iPhone®, iPod Touch® and iPad® products and are available from the Apple® App store, by clicking on the “Productivity” tab or by searching for “swimming pool”.

“It is exciting to put calculations in the palm of industry professional’s hands,” says Alex Antoniou, Ph.D., Director of Educational Programs at NSPF. “Service and retail technicians and operators normally have their phone with them and now they can have their pool Apps at their fingertips,” concludes Antoniou.

“The Apps will deliver accuracy and speed on the job. That’s valuable!” adds Thomas M. Lachocki, Ph.D. and CEO of the NSPF. “We will continue to partner to better serve others with valuable tools,” Dr. Lachocki reinforces. “inQ Mobile is one of those partners who projects value through technology.”

Here are links directly to the iTunes store:

Saturation Index:
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/saturation-index/id348049578?mt=8

Water Flow:
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/water-flow/id355188867?mt=8

Pool Volume:
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pool-volume/id343933963?mt=8

About inQ Mobile
inQ Mobile Apps LLC specializes in the development of commercial iPhone applications. Our mission is to develop superior mobile applications for our users through technology, innovation, leadership and partnerships. Locally owned and operated, inQ Mobile Apps LLC was established in 2008, in Honolulu, Hawaii. Visit www.iPoolman.com.

About NSPF®
The National Swimming Pool Foundation® (NSPF®) is a non-profit organization founded in 1965, giving back $3.6 million of all revenue in the past six years to fund grants to prevent illness, injury, and drowning, and to demonstrate the benefits of aquatic activity. The Foundation works towards its mission to encourage healthier living through aquatic education and research with its collection of educational products and training. Visit www.nspf.org and www.eProAcademy.org for more information. ###
Comment by Laurie Batter on March 11, 2010 at 10:38am
American Physical Therapy Association
Aquatic Section Summit
Partners with 2010 World Aquatic Health™ Conference

Colorado Springs, CO/March 8, 2010

The Aquatic Physical Therapy Section of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) will hold its Summit in conjunction with the 2010 World Aquatic Health™ Conference (WAHC™) scheduled October 6-8, at the Antlers Hilton Hotel located in downtown Colorado Springs, Colorado. The WAHC is sponsored by the National Swimming Pool Foundation® (NSPF®).

The collaboration brings together two leading organizations who spotlight the unique properties of the aquatic environment to enhance health.

“We are excited to be collaborating with the NSPF on the World Aquatic Health Conference to help us elevate the practice and acceptance of aquatic physical therapy and to learn from leading researchers,” says Sharon H. Kneebone, IOM, CAE, Acting Executive Officer Aquatic Physical Therapy Section, APTA. “The WAHC has great appeal because it also presents leading experts on many illness and injury prevention topics that our members are interested in learning more about,” adds Bess Maxwell, Ph.D., PT the President of the APTA Aquatic Section.

This year’s WAHC Health Benefit education track will offer nine seminars that share the latest research findings from leading physicians and scientists over two days. They will reveal new science that demonstrates why immersion and activity in the aquatic environment benefits mankind. Pools and spas are ideal environments to reverse negative health trends and to help the vastly increasing aging and sedentary population. There are currently more than 3.8 million people in the United States older than 85. That figure is expected to grow to 9 million by year 2030 and 19 million by the year 2050.

“Aquatic environments will play a growing role in preserving and improving health,” observes Thomas M. Lachocki, Ph.D., CEO of NSPF. “Partnering with a leading organization like the Aquatic Physical Therapy Section is the next step up the ladder to lead society back to the water by building a critical mass of researchers, leaders, professionals, and science.”

More about the conference
Conference sessions will include seminars that focus on aquatic health benefits, recreational water illness prevention, risk management, reducing drowning and injury, future facility designs and regulations, new industrial technologies, and more. As conference details are available, they will be found at www.nspf.org or by contacting NSPF by phone at 719-540-9119. Early bird discounts for in-person attendance and/or the virtual web option are now offered. Sponsorship opportunities are now posted. An NSPF instructor course and several leadership meetings will be held just prior to the WAHC.
Attendees can fly directly into the Colorado Springs airport, just 11 miles from the hotel. NSPF has negotiated a discounted group rate of only $139 per night plus taxes. Parking is free for those staying at the hotel in the WAHC room block. Conference attendees can bring family or friends and stay for the weekend in beautiful Colorado. The Antlers Hilton has extended the special rates through the weekend. Details on how to reserve a room will be found at www.nspf.org.
Colorado Springs offers world class scenic splendor. Local attractions include Pikes Peak Cog Railway, Garden of the Gods, Florissant Fossil Bed National Monument, the U.S. Air Force Academy, the Olympic Training Center, Manitou Springs, Cave of the Winds, and others. Day trips to the Great Sand Dunes National Park or the Rocky Mountain National Park are possible.
About the Aquatic Physical Therapy Section, APTA
The Aquatic Physical Therapy Section, representing more than 1,000 members, is a component of the American Physical Therapy Association, which represents more than 74,000 members. The section’s mission is to develop, promote, and advocate for evidence based aquatic physical therapy as an effective intervention to enhance movement. Visit www.aquaticpt.org.

About the World Aquatic Health™ Conference
This is the only event that brings together researchers, government officials, the aquatics sector, and influencers to impact more lives in a positive way through aquatics. The sixth annual 2009 World Aquatic Health™ Conference (WAHC™) held in Atlanta, Georgia, drew 292 registrations from 40 states and 5 countries, participating in 43 seminars. Of the registrants who attended, 45% were high-level decision makers including CEO, president, vice president, owner, and director. NSPF reports the seminars are now available to view on-demand at www.eProAcademy.org.

About NSPF®
The National Swimming Pool Foundation® (NSPF®) is a non-profit organization founded in 1965, giving back $4 million of all revenue in the past five years to fund grants to prevent illness, injury, and drowning, and to demonstrate the benefits of aquatic activity. NSPF’s commitment to spurring health benefit research includes a $1 million grant to help fund the National Aquatic and Sports Medicine Institute at Washington State University. The Foundation works towards its mission to encourage healthier living through aquatic education and research with its collection of educational products and training.
Visit www.nspf.org and www.eProAcademy.org for more information.
Comment by Laurie Batter on March 10, 2010 at 9:45am
Bill Introduced to Protect Thousands of Public and Residential Swimming Pools, Spas and Hot Tubs from being Shut Down In California

AB 2409 is intended to separate pools, spas and hot tubs from the definition of “water feature.”


Sacramento, Calif. /March 9, 2010 –

John Norwood, President of SPEC, the California Spa & Pool Industry Education Council, announced the introduction of AB 2409 in the California Legislature, intended to separate pools and spas and hot tubs from the definition of “water feature” for purposes of the state’s Model Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance.

AB 2409 is co-authored by Assemblyman Brian Nestande, a Republican from Riverside, and Assemblyman Jerry Hill, a Democrat from San Mateo. As currently drafted, AB 2409 would require any model ordinance or any ordinance adopted pursuant to AB 1881 (enacted in 2006) to exclude swimming pools, spas and hot tubs from the definition of “water feature.”

AB 1881 required the state Department of Water Resources, by regulation, to adopt a model water efficient landscape ordinance by June 1, 2009. In addition, the bill required every public entity to either adopt their own water efficient landscape ordinance by January 1, 2010, or mandate that the state model ordinance go into effect by default.

The problem with the model ordinance is that the definition of “water feature” includes swimming pools, spas and hot tubs. “This is a dangerous precedent,” explained Norwood. “We are concerned that this definition of “water feature” could be adopted by local agencies for drought ordinances and inadvertently lead to all public and residential swimming pools, spas, and hot tubs being ordered to shut down in certain emergency situations.”




Such a result could cause homeowners thousands of dollars in damage to their pools and spas. In addition, such actions would adversely affect pool and spa service contractors, product suppliers, and thousands of public pool facilities who attract people for swimming lessons, therapy for the injured and disabled, family togetherness, and healthy activities including swimming and warm water immersion. The fiscal impact to the state would also be considerable, as revenues from these facilities may be dramatically reduced.

“There is nothing in AB 2409 that would undermine the purposes of the Model Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance,” noted Norwood. “We just believe there should be a separate definition of pools, spas and hot tubs under this ordinance that is consistent with the current definitions in the California Health & Safety Code.”

SPEC has met with representatives of the Department of Water Resources and is confident that, working together, they can reach a compromise resolution. SPEC is fortunate to have this legislation authored in a bipartisan manner with Assemblymen Hill and Nestande. The year 2009 was the year of the California water deal in the Legislature. Both political parties, the Governor, and hundreds of interest groups came together to pass compromise legislation to rebuild California’s water system. “Water is such a high profile issue that it is very difficult to address issues like AB 2409 which appear to affect water conservation. This is why SPEC has made AB 2409 its number one priority issue for 2010,” Norwood emphasized.


About SPEC
SPEC, the California Spa & Pool Industry Education Council, serves as the statewide public policy representative for the pool, spa and hot tub industry. We advocate on behalf of industry interests before the California Legislature and state and local regulatory agencies, and for individual members dealing with enforcement issues. Working daily on the industry’s behalf, we have an unmatched track record in successfully negotiating and fighting against unreasonable and costly legislation and for enforcement of unlicensed contractor laws. SPEC promotes the highest standards of professional conduct in pool construction, service and repair, and seeks to educate the public on the proper maintenance and safe use of swimming pools, spas and hot tubs. For nearly 40 years, SPEC has been the only organization registered to lobby at the State Capitol on behalf of the pool, spa and hot tub industry. SPEC is funded by membership donations. For more information on SPEC and legislation we are watching, visit www.calspec.org, or call 916-447-4113.
Comment by Laurie Batter on February 22, 2010 at 6:42am
SPEC UPDATE 2/19/2010


Independent Contractor Withholding
Proposal Delayed

Sacramento, Calif. /February 19, 2010 –

A proposal being considered by the California Senate Budget & Fiscal Review Committee to require a 3% tax withholding on payments to independent contractors has reportedly been shelved for the time being. The Committee was scheduled to vote on the withholding proposal last Thursday, with a vote scheduled on the Floor later this week.

But, an outpouring of opposition to this proposal by SPEC members and over 900 other businesses and associations organized by the California Chamber of Commerce gave the Senate Budget & Fiscal Review Committee pause. Chairwoman Denise Ducheny expressed concerns about the impact of the withholding proposal on small businesses and decided the committee should explore some alternative options. After the committee voted on other budget proposals, John Norwood, President of SPEC met with the Chairwoman along with other business representatives. Senator Ducheny reiterated her concern relative to the cost/benefit analysis of this proposal. However, she stressed that the proposal was still subject to consideration as the Legislature struggles to deal with the unprecedented budget dilemma facing California.

“Thank you to all SPEC members who responded by making phone calls, sending emails, faxes, or letters. They helped delay this proposal,” said Mr. Norwood. “However, the proposal is not off the table. The Legislature still has to close a $6 billion budget deficit by Monday. The Assembly is reportedly considering their budget proposals this weekend and could potentially include this proposal as part of their package. If that occurs, the Senate would be hard-pressed not to include it in their package,” he cautioned.

SPEC encourages industry members to keep the phone calls, emails, faxes, and letters coming to ensure this proposal is not used as a budget gimmick by the Legislature! You are making an impact! A sample letter is provided below.

About SPEC
SPEC, the California Spa and Pool Industry Education Council, serves as the statewide public policy representative for the pool and spa industry. We advocate on behalf of industry interests before the California Legislature and state and local regulatory agencies, and for individual members dealing with enforcement issues. Working daily on the industry’s behalf, we have an unmatched track record in successfully negotiating and fighting against unreasonable and costly legislation and for enforcement of unlicensed contractor laws. SPEC promotes the highest standards of professional conduct in pool construction, service and repair, and seeks to educate the public on the proper maintenance and safe use of swimming pools and spas/hot tubs. For nearly 40 years, SPEC has been the only organization registered to lobby at the State Capitol on behalf of the pool and spa industry. SPEC is funded by membership donations. For more information on SPEC and legislation we are watching, visit www.calspec.org, or call 916-447-4113.


SAMPLE LETTER OPPOSING INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR WITHHOLDING PROPOSAL



[DATE]
Dear Assembly Member / Senator _____:

I am a small business owner in your district. My company, _____, employs ____ persons. We have been in business in ______ since ____.

I am writing to oppose the independent contractor withholding proposal. This is another budget gimmick that does not generate more revenue to the State of California. Instead, it merely accelerates monies that will already be paid to the State and imposes an onerous burden upon small businesses like my company.

Under this proposal, businesses in this state would be required to collect taxes from other businesses and we would serve as a collection agent for the State. The new expense of withholding and remitting these monies to the Franchise Tax Board would be a cost borne by small businesses, effectively providing interest-free loans to the state. Even if we, as independent contractor, owes no state taxes, 3% would still be withheld, affecting our cash flow and impacting our business.

In an already difficult time for many businesses, including the hard hit swimming pool and spa industry of which I am a member, this proposal adds one more burden that could push us over the edge.

I believe this proposal is unreasonable and should be rejected by the Legislature. I would appreciate hearing from you at your earliest convenience as to your position on this ill-conceived proposal.

Sincerely,
Comment by Laurie Batter on February 10, 2010 at 12:56pm
URGENT Action required: California Legislature Considering 3% Withholding of Fees Paid Independent Contractors

INDUSTRY MEMBERS MUST TAKE ACTION BY Feb 21. Read below or download link at http://www.batterupproductions.com/SPEC/SPEC3%Withholding.pdf

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Media Contact:
Laurie Batter
760-438-9304
batterup@batterupproductions.com

California Legislature Considering 3% Withholding of Fees Paid to Independent Contractors

Sacramento, Calif. /February 10, 2010 –

California legislators are reportedly considering adding language to a state budget bill that would mandate a 3% withholding of fees paid to independent contractors, possibly including fees paid to pool service professionals.

This proposal could be included in a budget bill to be sent to Governor Schwarzenegger within the next week or so as part of the 8th Special Legislative Session currently underway to address California’s budget deficit.

“Such a proposal only robs working capital from law abiding independent contractors and forces people into the underground economy,” said John Norwood, SPEC President. “The pool and spa industry, and the service industry in particular, is in a perfect position to mount a campaign to oppose this proposal. Service professionals live and work in every legislative district in California.”

SPEC is requesting that every member of the spa and pool industry, pool service technicians in particular, immediately contact their state Senator or Assembly Member to voice opposition to this ill-conceived proposal.

Attached is a sample letter SPEC has prepared for industry professionals that can be personalized and used to fax or e-mail immediately to their legislators in opposition to this proposal. DON’T WAIT – send it now! SPEC members can determine the Senator and Assembly Member(s) representing their district by visiting http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/yourleg.html, and entering the zip code of your place of business or residence. From there, you will be presented with the link to each legislator’s website, where you can either cut and paste the personalized sample letter and e-mail, or obtain the fax or mailing address.

The California Chamber of Commerce, along with some 100 associations and organizations, is implementing an all out campaign to oppose this flawed idea and the pool and spa industry must have their voice heard as well.

“This is an extremely important issue that SPEC members need to take seriously. A budget fix bill must be sent to the Governor within the next couple of weeks. If we jump on this issue now we can likely stop such a proposal from being considered this year,” Norwood concluded.






About SPEC
SPEC, the California Spa and Pool Industry Education Council, serves as the statewide public policy representative for the pool and spa industry. We advocate on behalf of industry interests before the California Legislature and state and local regulatory agencies, and for individual members dealing with enforcement issues. Working daily on the industry’s behalf, we have an unmatched track record in successfully negotiating and fighting against unreasonable and costly legislation and for enforcement of unlicensed contractor laws. SPEC promotes the highest standards of professional conduct in pool construction, service and repair, and seeks to educate the public on the proper maintenance and safe use of swimming pools and spas/hot tubs. For over 40 years, SPEC has been the only organization registered to lobby at the State Capitol on behalf of the pool and spa industry. SPEC is funded by membership donations. For more information on SPEC and legislation we are watching, visit www.calspec.org, or call 916-447-4113.


SAMPLE LETTER OPPOSING INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR WITHHOLDING PROPOSAL



[DATE]
Dear Assembly Member / Senator _____:

I am a small business owner in your district. My company, _____, employs ____ persons. We have been in business in ______ since ____.

I am writing to oppose the independent contractor withholding proposal. This is another budget gimmick that does not generate more revenue to the State of California. Instead, it merely accelerates monies that will already be paid to the State and imposes an onerous burden upon small businesses like my company.

Under this proposal, businesses in this state would be required to collect taxes from other businesses and we would serve as a collection agent for the State. The new expense of withholding and remitting these monies to the Franchise Tax Board would be a cost borne by small businesses, effectively providing interest-free loans to the state. Even if we, as independent contractor, owes no state taxes, 3% would still be withheld, affecting our cash flow and impacting our business.

In an already difficult time for many businesses, including the hard hit swimming pool and spa industry of which I am a member, this proposal adds one more burden that could push us over the edge.

I believe this proposal is unreasonable and should be rejected by the Legislature. I would appreciate hearing from you at your earliest convenience as to your position on this ill-conceived proposal.

Sincerely,
Comment by Laurie Batter on February 9, 2010 at 11:08am
Thousands of Residential Swimming Pools, Spas and Hot Tubs
Could Be Ordered Shut Down In California


Unless the pool, spa and hot tub industry enacts legislation in 2010 to rectify the problem, tens of thousands of swimming pools, spas and hot tubs could be ordered shut down in California as part of a state and local drought response, cautions John Norwood, President of SPEC. There is no distinction in the regulation between an in-ground spa or portable hot tub, thus both are included, Norwood advises.

Read the complete news story here at
http://www.batterupproductions.com/SPEC/SPECThousands.pdf
Comment by Laurie Batter on January 13, 2010 at 2:48pm
This may be a year of crisis. The 2010 California Legislative Session looks to be a challenging year for SPEC and the spa and pool industry.

Possible expansion of the state sales tax to services, additional VGB Pool & Spa Safety Act changes to drain requirements, and water conservation legislation will top the SPEC agenda.
Additionally, California’s budget deficit is likely to garner numerous proposals that impact businesses of all kinds to bolster state revenues.

Not only is this a challenging year for legislation and our industry; just as critical, SPEC cannot stay alive to fight these battles without membership contributions.

Click here to download the SPEC report about the critical issues our industry faces this year; it also discusses the urgency to support SPEC with financial support through membership. SPEC is experiencing a serious budget shortfall crisis and must remedy this by March 1st in order to support the industry.

Please share with clients, industry members and colleagues.

For questions on this email, contact Laurie Batter, Publicist for SPEC, 760-438-9304 or
email batterup@batterupproductions.com.

About SPEC
SPEC, the California Spa and Pool Industry Education Council, serves as the statewide public policy representative for the pool and spa industry. We advocate on behalf of industry interests before the California Legislature and state and local regulatory agencies, and for individual members dealing with enforcement issues. Working daily on the industry’s behalf, we have an unmatched track record in successfully negotiating and fighting against unreasonable and costly legislation and for enforcement of unlicensed contractor laws. SPEC promotes the highest standards of professional conduct in pool construction, service and repair, and seeks to educate the public on the proper maintenance and safe use of swimming pools and spas/hot tubs. For over 40 years, SPEC has been the only organization registered to lobby at the State Capitol on behalf of the pool and spa industry. S PEC is a non-profit organization, funded by tax-free membership donations. For more information on SPEC and legislation we are watching, visit www.calspec.org or call 916-447-4113.
Comment by James Kantorowicz on January 13, 2010 at 2:38pm
Comment by James Kantorowicz on January 8, 2010 at 12:06pm
SolarAttic's Conservation Technology Projected To Save
586 Million Barrels Of Oil/Year Exceeding ANWR Estimates
Elk River, Minn.—(SOLARATTIC)—January 8, 2010. As the cost of energy continues to increase, so does debate over the issue of drilling versa implementing conservation technologies. Recently, the national dialogue was focused on painting roofs white to reduce the sun's energy impact on buildings. However, there are technologies in existence, which can make use of the solar heat on building roofs. Ironically, painting roofs white would actually increase energy costs by eliminating the energy savings that the hot roofs represent. SolarAttic's conservation technology is poised to save over 586 million barrels of oil annually by making use of the energy on hot roofs and in attics. That figure is greater than the current annual projected oil output of the Alaska National Wildlife Refuge [ANWR] and illustrates the power of just one conservation technology.

Ed Palmer, SolarAttic's CEO said: "SolarAttic has harnessed the solar energy which is collected in every building in the United States in the form of a hot roof or hot attic. Our technology can reduce our nation's dependence on imported oil by not painting roofs white and instead actually using the solar energy on roofs and in attics. When deployed across the United States, SolarAttic's conservation technology is projected to save 586 million barrels of imported oil annually."

SolarAttic's technology recovers solar heat from roofs and attics to heat swimming pools, homes, and hot water. By using the existing roof and attic heat energy, the U.S. can save 30% of its annual space heating costs, 35% of its air conditioning costs, 50% of its electric hot water heating costs and 95% of its pool heating costs. The projected savings are detailed in a simple math model, which is found at http://www.solarattic.com/files/SolarAttic_Conservation_Technology.pdf.
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Comment by Laurie Batter on December 9, 2009 at 3:53pm
Now in Sixth Year, Keiser University eCampus
Publishes 2010 Class Schedule for
Online Aquatic Engineering Degree Program
Students can earn a two-year Associate of Science Degree while they work.

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida/ December 8, 2009

Keiser University eCampus announces its 2010 class schedule for students interested in enrolling in the Associate of Science, two-year Aquatic Engineering Degree Program which is available through its eCampus online degree program center. The degreed program is now in its sixth year, with a strong student following and excellent employment opportunities post-graduation.

“The growth of this degree rests on the commitment of the students to go beyond traditional industry education and reach for academic excellence. My focus from the beginning has been to build a strong learning experience for my students,” states Connie Sue Centrella, M.B.A., program director and professor.

Each class is offered in one month modules. Students who enroll are involved in one-to-one, online education with the instructor, and online dialogue with other students. Each week, the students participate in learning activities, reading assignments, threaded discussion topics, weekly live chat rooms, and Webliography assignments. The students receive prompt feedback and responses to their questions within 24 hours. Students will also learn more about the business of managing aquatic facilities, service, and pool & spa retail stores during each module. The online format makes it possible to offer a global study program that enables schedule flexibility and increased access to those currently employed. Following is the twelve month schedule of Aquatic Engineering degree courses for year 2010:

January 4-29 Advanced Water Chemistry
Feb. 1 to -February 26 Hydraulics Technology
March 1 -March 26 Filtration Technology
March 29-April 23 Cleaning Technology
May 3 - May 28 Heating Technology
June 1-June 25 Electrical Technology
June 28 – July 23 Lighting Technology
July 26 – August 20 Pool Design
August 30-September 24 Methods of Construction
September 27 – October 22 Architectural Landscape Design
October 25 – November 19 Pool Operation Strategies
November 22-December 17 Basic Chemistry



The Keiser University Aquatic Engineering Degree is 60 semester hours. Each student is required to complete 36 credit hours of major courses and 24 credit hours of general education courses. The degreed program encourages students to broaden their knowledge in all aspects of swimming pool and spa management and operation. It is offered exclusively online, making the degree program available to the national and international community of pool and spa professionals, and those who seek employment in the field.
For more information about the Aquatic Engineering Degree at Keiser University, visit www.keiseruniversity.edu and click on online education, call 866-534-7371, or email admissions@keiseruniversity.edu. Scholarships opportunities are available for graduates of the CPO® Certification program and the CPI™ program.

About Keiser University
Keiser University, based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, with 14 campuses throughout Florida, offers degrees in high-demand fields in computer technology, aquatics, medical, business, and legal disciplines. Accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033-4097, (404-679-4501) to award the associate’s and bachelor’s degrees, Keiser offers its 8,200 students small class sizes and scheduling that accommodates working adults. Keiser University’s eCampus online currently serves students throughout the nation and overseas.

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