A Lifesaving Society Program
Examiners are experienced instructors who undergo specific training in examination methodology and standards prior to certification. Examiner candidates must have teaching experience: they must have taught or co-taught at least one course in the stream(s) in which they are seeking certification. The Examiner course builds on the evaluation experience that candidates have attained in instructor-evaluated awards and content.
Certification as an Examiner is a three-step process:
1. Course - successfully complete an Examiner course (this course)
2. Apprenticeship - successfully apprentice under the supervisor of an experienced Examiner Menton on one exam in the stream(s) in which they are seeking certification as an examiner
3. Certification - submit the completed Examiner Training Record and the certification fee to the Society
Prerequisites: must have taught or co-taught at least one course for which certification is south
Expected: 2 years experience instructing at Bronze level or experience deemed equivalent by the Area Chair.
Required Materials: Award Guide for each certification that candidate wishes to examine (i.e. if you wish to examiner Bronze Medallion you must have the Bronze Medals Award Guide at the course), Canadian Lifesaving Manual, Instructor Manual
100% attendance is required for successful completion of the course. Proof of prerequisites must be presented at the course.
Course Cost: $100 incl. HST