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Pool Lifeguard Training Modules

Who should attend?
Lifeguards who hold a current lifeguard qualification and who want to maintain and improve their skills and knowledge. The training modules account towards the minimum of 20 hours training with an RLSS trainer/assessor that are required in order to have a shorter re-assessments once the qualification must be renewed.

What will they learn?
Students will revise and improve their skills and knowledge to deal with emergencies that may occur in their pool facility and the surrounding areas. They will apply the facilities operating procedures to their daily work and to emergency situations and improve their team work.

 

Module 1 Module 2
  • Rescue Tows
  • Deep water recovery and landing of an unconscious casualty
  • Pool incident management working as a team
  • Anatomy and CPR theory
  • CPR for adults
  • Two-operator CPR using a pocket mask
  • Time swim rescues
  • Pool side rescues with/without equipment
  • Pool incident Management working as a team
  • Theory and management of an unconscious casualty on land
  • CPR for Children and babies
Module 3 Module 4
  • Non-contact swimming rescue
  • Defences and releases
  • Spinal injury management shallow water
  • Horizontal lift and action for vomit for spinal injuries working as a team
  • First Aid theory and practical application
  • Rescue tows & double tow
  • Spinal injury management deep water
  • Application of the spine board and action for vomit working as a team
  • Spinal injury theory and rescue breathing
  • Legislation and Operating Procedures

Course duration
4 hours per module

Assessment
Continuous assessment during the modules with direct feed-back to the candidates

Certificate
“Lifeguard Training Module 1, 2, 3 or 4″ certificate of attendance issued by PRM International who is an approved RLSS training provider.

Entry requirement
Participants must hold a valid RLSS Pool lifeguard qualification. For exception please contact us.

* Delivered by a Royal Life Saving Society (RLSS) trainer/assessor