Red Cross Assistant Lifeguard Course

This course is a prerequisite for the professional lifeguard certificate. It covers the knowledge and practice of first aid, rescue techniques, surveillance techniques, safe behavior, and the dynamics of an elite team. Thus, the young people will receive training which, in addition to showing them how to deal with trauma, will enable them to prevent them.

Candidates holding a Bronze Cross certificate (up to date or not) and who are at least 14 years old on the last day of the course can take the Assistant Lifeguard course - transfer for a period of 4.5 hours and complete the 2-hour observation work to obtain their Canadian Red Cross Assistant Lifeguard certificate.

Red Cross pool lifeguard

Obtaining a professional swimming pool lifeguard certificate is the objective of this course. Pool lifeguards must be able to supervise and ensure the safety of aquatic environments with confidence. The course effectively prepares lifeguards to prevent and respond to emergencies, establish a safe environment, work as a team, and professionally manage relationships with the public. Candidates are assessed throughout the course against standardized assessment criteria, and they undergo a final assessment of their skills and knowledge.
Applicants with a current National Pool Lifeguard Certificate from a recognized organization and a General First Aid Certificate with CPR Level C or equivalent only need to complete a Pool Lifeguard - Transfer Course. '' a period of 12 hours to obtain a swimming pool lifeguard certificate from the Red Cross.

Red Cross beach lifeguard

Obtaining a professional beach lifeguard certificate is the objective of this course. Beach lifeguards must be able to supervise and ensure beach safety with confidence. The course covers the prevention and response to emergency situations specific to Canadian beaches, the establishment of a safe environment, teamwork, and professional management of relations with the public. Candidates are assessed throughout the course against standardized assessment criteria, and they undergo a final assessment of their skills and knowledge.

Applicants with a current National Beach Lifeguard
Certificate from a recognized organization and a General First Aid Certificate with CPR Level C or equivalent only need to complete a Beach Lifeguard - Transfer Course. 12 hours to obtain a beach lifeguard certificate from the Red Cross.

Assistant lifeguard instructor

Instructor certification course that prepares water safety instructors to teach the Red Cross Assistant Lifeguard course.

Pool lifeguard instructor

Instructor certification course that prepares instructors to teach the Red Cross Assistant Lifeguard and Pool Lifeguard course.
The transfer course allows Lifesaving Society Pool Lifesaving Instructors and American Red Cross Pool Lifesaving Instructors to earn the Canadian Red Cross Pool Lifesaving Instructor Certificate.

Beach rescue instructor

Instructor certification course that prepares instructors to teach the Red Cross Assistant Lifeguard and Beach Lifeguard course.

The transfer course allows Lifesaving Society Continental Beach Rescue Instructors and American Red Cross Beach Rescue Instructors to obtain the Canadian Red Cross Beach Rescue Instructor certificate.

Pool or beach rescue instructor

The pool or beach rescue instructor candidate may participate in a mentoring program with an up-to-date pool or beach rescue instructor or take a course taught by them.

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Obtaining a professional swimming pool lifeguard certificate is the objective of this course. Pool lifeguards must be able to supervise and ensure the safety of aquatic environments with confidence.