About the Course
Must be 15 years of age by program end and must have Standard First Aid CPR-C
Participants will go through Bronze Medallion, Bronze Cross, and National Lifeguard Certifications over the course of 8 days at Rainbow Lodge, Whitefish River First Nation, Ontario on July 3-10, 2024. All training material will be provided.
Benefits of completing the program include but are not limited to:
First step to becoming a swim instructor and run your own program year round.
In-demand employment opportunities.
Learn highly specialized skills valuable to any career path.
Eventually teach lifesaving skills anywhere in Canada.
Enhance communities' water-safety standards with a certified lifeguard.
Learn standards of practice regarding a safe waterfront.
Learn lifeguard principles, sound judgement and responsibilities.
Continental Breakfast, full lunch, full dinner
Shared tent accommodation at a secure location
Lifesaving Society Textbook
Bronze Medallion & Bronze Cross Workbooks
Alert: Lifeguarding In Action Textbook
Pocket mask & whistle
Bronze Medallion, Bronze Cross & National Lifeguard Training - Transferable Nation Wide
80 hours of professional lifesaving training
*Must be 15 years of age by program end and must have Standard First Aid CPR-C
Justin and Jaden have extensive knowledge of water safety and on-the-water programming. Together they have become fully certified Lifeguard Instructors and aim to pass on their expertise to everyone who wants to make a difference in their community.