Recertification Courses


Lifesaving Instructor Recert

The Lifesaving Instructor Recertification is a 4 hour course consisting of both classroom and pool time. The LSI Recert is taught and evaluated by a current Lifesaving Instructor Trainer. A temporary certification card is issued at the end of class to successful candidates that have shown all prerequisites to the instructor. A permanent Certification Card will be mailed to the address indicated on the course roster. Contact the Lifesaving Society if a permanent card has not been received within 8 weeks of the course. The LSI award is current for 2 years. Candidates can re-certify anytime within 5 years from the last certification date. If it has been more than 5 years, candidates can attend another Lifesaving Instructor full course, or, complete the Bridges assignment and then attend an LSI Recert. Please contact the Lifesaving Society for more information: 604-299-5450.


Prerequisites: Previous LSI Certificate (cannot be more than 3 years expired). Completion of the online update from Lifesaving Society (after April 1, 2017)

Fraser Valley 604.755.4672
Lower Mainland 604.536.6410

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