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School Year Sept - Jun Bronze Star is 75min longSummer Jul & Aug Bronze Star is 120min long
Bronze Star is for ages 10+
Bronze Medallion is the first required course to become a lifeguard.
Bronze Cross is the final lifesaving course pre-requisite required in order to prepare candidates for the National Lifeguard qualification.Bronze Med Prerequisite(s): Bronze Star or 13 years or older.
This 35 hour long camp combines Lifesavings Bronze Medallion and Bronze Cross awards.Bronze Med Prerequisite(s): Bronze Star or 13 years or older.
Intermediate First Aid CRP-C & AED provides comprehensive training covering all aspects of first aid and CPR-C & AED certification.
This is a re-certification to a previously held Intermediate First Aid Award. CPR – C & AED included.
Swim & Lifesaving Instructor Original
Lifesaving Instructors are responsible for teaching and evaluating candidates participating in the Canadian Swim Patrol, Bronze Medals, Distinction, Boat Rescue and Lifesaving Society CPR programs. The Lifesaving Instructor course prepares Instructors to apply level 1 leadership competencies and strategies while teaching and evaluating. Lifesaving Instructor certification is the prerequisite for other Lifesaving Society instructor certifications. Certification in Alberta and Northwest Territories includes CPR Instructor certification.
NL education is designed to develop a sound understanding of lifeguard principles, good judgment and a mature and responsible attitude toward becoming a professional lifeguard.
Pre-requisite: Must bring proof of Intermediate First Aid and Bronze Cross as well as meet the minimum age of 15 years old.
National Lifeguard Instructors are responsible for teaching and evaluating candidates participating in the National Lifeguard Pool, Waterpark, Waterfront and Surf programs
National Lifeguard Instructor Recertification