A Lifesaving Society Program
This course is designed to provide candidates with an understanding of the expectations and requirements to teach the National Lifeguard program. The class room and pool sessions allow participants to demonstrate their knowledge, skills, teaching and evaluation skills.
The National Lifeguard Instructor course provides candidates with an understanding of the principles and practices on which the National Lifeguard program is based. The course explores teaching approaches and techniques appropriate for National Lifeguard candidates.
Upon successful completion of this course candidates will be certified NL Instructors. NL Instructors must then co-teach/examine with an experienced NL Instructor to achieve NL Examiner appointment. The number of successful co-teaches/examinations required is at the discretion of the Area Chair. A minimum of 1 full course and 1 recert course is required. The NL Examiner candidate must submit their successfully completed application for NL examiner appointment to the relevant Area Chair for consideration.
As Lifesaving Society National Lifeguard award guide and resources as well as a copy of the Guide to Ontario Public Pools Regulations are required for use in the National Lifeguard Instructor Course, the books and instructor CD has been included in the course cost and will be issued to each candidate at the first class.
Prerequisites: National Lifeguard, Advanced Instructor, Lifesaving Instructor certification AND 18 years of age
Expected: 2 years experience instructing at Bronze level and Bronze Cross Examiner
Required Materials: Alert manual
|Fern Avenue||Jan 4-6, 2018||Thursday 1:30pm - 6:00 pm|
Friday & Saturday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm