Pool Lifeguard

NaRS Pool Lifeguard Course

Time Frame: Minimum of 36 hours.

Valid for: 2 years.

Course Content:

  • The role and duties of a pool a Lifeguard.
  • The legislative background.
  • The swimming pool and specialist water features.
  • Pool safety operating procedures.
  • First Aid.
  • Resuscitation.
  • Pool rescue techniques.
  • Course homework and worksheets.
  • 5 Multi-choice question papers.
  • Continual tutor assessment.
  • Examination.

Prerequisites:

  • Candidates must be able to swim 100m on their front and back.
  • Swim 50m in 1 minute.
  • Be able to surface dive and recover an object from the deepest part of the pool.
  • Be 16 years of age or older at the time of examination.

Additional Notes:

There are a number of additional units that candidates may undertake. For more information on these additional units please contact the office.

  • Complete spinal management — pool based environment.
  • Supplementary oxygen.
  • Manual suction.
  • Wounds, dressings, slings and fracture support.
  • Board recovery for non spinal injuries.

NaRS Pool Attendant Course

Time Frame: Minimum of 14 hours.

Valid for: 2 years.

Course Content:

  • The role and duties of a pool a Lifeguard.
  • The legislative background.
  • The swimming pool.
  • Pool safety operating procedures.
  • First Aid.
  • Resuscitation.
  • Pool rescue techniques.
  • Course homework and worksheets.
  • Multi-choice question papers.
  • Continual tutor assessment.
  • Examination.

Prerequisites:

  • Candidates must be able to swim 100m on their front and back.
  • Be 16 years of age or older at the time of examination.

Additional Notes:

There are a number of additional units that candidates may undertake. For more information on these additional units please contact the office.

  • Complete spinal management — pool based environment.
  • Supplementary oxygen.
  • Manual suction.
  • Wounds, dressings, slings and fracture support.
  • Board recovery for non spinal injuries.

NaRS Pool Safety Award

Time Frame: Minimum of 6 hours.

Valid for: 2 years.

Course Content:

  • Rescue techniques, including spinal injury and aquatic first aid.
  • Emergency procedures.
  • Pool hazards and risk assessments.
  • Operational duties and responsibilities.
  • Relevant legislation.

Prerequisites:

  • Candidates must be able to swim 100m on their front and back.
  • Be 16 years of age or older at the time of examination.

NaRS Appointed Person

Time Frame: Minimum of 6 hours.

Valid for: 3 years.

Course Content:

  • What to do in an Emergency.
  • Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).
  • First Aid for the unconscious Casualty.
  • First Aid for the wounded or bleeding.
  • First Aid Equipment.
  • Employers Risk assessment of First Aid needs.

Prerequisites: Be 16 years of age or older at the time of examination.


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