Go above and beyond the First Aid Leadership program by registering for our Advanced Leader-ship courses. Keep things exciting and get certified as an Aquafit Instructor! No prior experience is necessary: Our dry-land BCRPA Fitness Theory course covers the mechanics behind move-ment and exercise for a complete understanding of how to guide to your clients through your class safely. You must pass the BCRPA Fitness Theory Exam in order to participate in the Aqua-fit Module.

The Aquafit Module is a fun, energetic course that will teach you how to weave your fitness theory knowledge into a high-energy, multi-levelled Aquafit class suitable for all ages.

Get paid to break a sweat, and advance your aquatic career with our Advanced Leadership courses! Register online today.

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National Lifeguard Instructor (NLI) Training

Keep expanding your skill set and learn to teach the next generation of lifeguards with National Lifeguard Instructor certification through LIT. Once certified, NL Instructors can teach any NL option they hold, and may also be invited to provide specialty training at in-service training ses-sions and act as mentors to new lifeguards.


BCRPA Fitness Training Course - Become A Certified Personal Trainer

Combine your BCRPA Fitness Theory achievement with our Personal Training module to inspire others to reach their fitness goals. This course covers advanced weight training techniques, fitness assessment, advanced program design, nutrition, health screening, professional ethics and business practices, and legal liabilities.


First Aid Leadership Courses

For further specialty training is the first aid sector, LIT is now proud to work with the Red Cross to provide you with an advanced leadership training program to qualify you as a First Aid In-structor. See more information here.


BCRPA Fitness Theory

The BCRPA Fitness Theory course is the first step in becoming a certified fitness professional.  This course will introduce you to how your body functions and responds to exercise.  Content of the course includes information developing a workout program, anatomy and physiology of the body, exercise risks, safe program design, nutrition and exercise components.

Upon completion of the course, candidates will need to write the national theory exam.  This can be done by contacting the BCRPA directly and must be completed prior to moving into a Specialty Module (ie Aquafit Module).
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