National Lifeguard Waterfront


A Lifesaving Society Program

National Lifeguard education is designed to develop a sound understanding of lifeguarding principles, good judgement and a mature and responsible attitude toward the role of a lifeguard. The course develops the basic lifeguarding skills, principles and decision-making processes that will assist the lifeguard to evaluate and adapt to different aquatic settings and emergencies – and will include the Physical Standards listed on our website.

As a whistle and basic first aid kit are required for use and evaluated in NL they have both been included in the course cost and will be issued to each candidate on the first class along with their required text, the Alert Manual. Candidates will also receive a Lifeguard waist pack to carry their CPR mask and gloves.

Prerequisites:16 years of age AND Bronze Cross AND Standard First Aid-CPR C

Please note: That the Standard First Aid-CPR C award must be issued by one of the following agencies: Lifesaving Society, Canadian Red Cross, St. John’s Ambulance or Canadian Ski Patrol.

Required Materials: The Canadian Lifesaving Manual, CPR mask, gloves
(If a candidate does not have any of the above items, they can be purchased from Zodiac at time of registration)

100% participation is required for successful completion of this course. Proof of prerequisites must be presented at the course.

Course Cost: $375
Room & Board Option: Additional $100

Location Course Dates Times Activity #
TAMARACK June 13th – 17th Saturday 3 pm – 8 pm
Sun–Tues 9 am – 8 pm
Wednesday 9 am – 4 pm