Short Programs

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Pool Lifeguard (4 Day Course)

Becoming a pool lifeguard not only gives you the skills to save lives but also gives you opportunities to work abroad, start a career in the leisure industry or fund your studies. Pool lifeguarding is a fun and exciting job that will challenge you each and every day. The first step is to become qualified by attending a pool lifeguard course. This course will provide you with skills and knowledge in accident prevention, administration, public relations, education, scanning, communications, and water rescues in an aquatic facility environment. Australian lifeguards are world-renowned for their high level of skill and knowledge in accident prevention and rescue response.

Dates:

27-30/04/2021

Timing Options:

09:00am-05:00pm

Location:

South Hedland Aquatic Centre

Fees:

$561.20

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Pool Lifeguard (Requalification Course)

Pool Lifeguard Awards are valid for one year from the date of your assessment. A Pool Lifeguard requires a high degree of judgement, knowledge, skill and fitness in both day to day guarding and the stress of an emergency. Regular update training helps sustain the lifeguard's confidence and ability to prevent accidents and respond competently when they occur.

Dates:

04/02/2021

Timing Options:

09:00am-03:00pm

Location:

South Hedland Aquatic Centre

Fees:

$159

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Bronze Medallion (Requalification Course)

The Royal Life Saving Society Bronze Medallion is recognised as the minimum standard for a qualified lifesaver. The Bronze Medallion Award is only valid for one year from the date the certificate was obtained. Studies of skill and knowledge retention of trained people have shown that performance declines significantly if regular practice is not undertaken. Royal Life Saving recommends that all professional lifesaving qualifications are updated on an annual basis. This training course will update your RLSSWA Bronze Medallion award.

Dates:

TBC

Timing Options:

TBC

Location:

South Hedland Aquatic Centre

Fees:

TBC

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AUSTSWIM Teacher

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The AUSTSWIM Teacher of Swimming and Water Safety course provides candidates with essential competencies to teach swimming and water safety to persons from four years of age in swimming pools and confined natural shallow water venues. Your Austswim accreditation is valid for three years.
The AUSTSWIM course is a nationally recognised training program and will enable you to gain the necessary knowledge and skills to teach swimming and water safety classes across Australia.

Dates:

TBC

Timing Options:

TBC

Location:

South Hedland Aquatic Centre

Fees:

TBC

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First Aid

This course is suitable for anyone who may be required to provide CPR or perform a first aid response in an emergency situation, including community and workplace settings, and can be contextualised to any environment as required.

Dates:

05/02/2021

Timing Options:

08:30am-05:00pm

Location:

South Hedland Aquatic Centre

Fees:

$109


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