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National Lifeguard Pool Option

The National Lifeguard course is the last course in the Lifeguard stream required at pools across Canada. This course will ensure that candidates leave with a solid understanding of lifeguard principles, communication techniques and develop solid judgement skills for emergency procedures. Candidates focus on team-work skills throughout the course and learn how to adapt to different aquatic facilities.

This course is worth two (2) Grade 12 High School Credits.

Course Manual and Supplies will be required to be purchased from the instructor at some course locations.

Standard First Aid certification are only accepted from the following agencies: Canadian Red Cross (all LIT Courses are Red Cross), St. John's Ambulance, Lifesaving Society, Heart and Stroke of Canada, Canadian Ski Patrol

Pre-requisite must be shown on day 1 of the course: SFA and Bronze Cross


Prerequisites: 15 years old by last day of the course, Bronze Cross, 14 hour Standard First Aid (from a recognized agency)

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