Lifesaving Courses

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Lifeguard.sg provides comprehensive and systematic lifesaving courses in accordance with SLSS Awards Syllabus.

Trainees undergo basic lifesaving lessons to advanced lifeguarding training courses to possess the skills and knowledge to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies.

The SLSS Award Syllabus range of lifesaving courses begin from the entry level of Learn to Swim Aquapak Awards and Basic Lifesaving 1 Award to Lifesaving Teacher Award.

To become a certified lifeguard, a participant needs to enrol for a foundation Lifesaving 123 courses; followed by Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Bronze Medallion courses.

Upon completion of Bronze Medallion and CPR Courses, the trainee will graduate as a lifesaver and he/she will be able to work as a Professional Lifeguard in swimming pools.

Bronze Cross and Silver Cross Courses are for those who wish to work as a Professional Lifeguard to watch over open waters.

To attain higher level certifications, a lifesaver can consider Pool Lifeguard Award, Award of Merit, Distinction Award, Lifesaving Instructor and even up to Lifesaving Teacher.

The following short description summarise each course’s objective:-

Learn to Swim AQUAPAK Awards Course

Aim: To provide water safety, survival, swimming and lifesaving skills for both swimmer and non-swimmer.

Basic Lifesaving 1 Award Course

Aim: To provide basic land-based dry rescue skills and knowledge of water safety.

Lifesaving 1 Award Course

Aim: To impart preliminary skills and knowledge of water safety and land-based non-contact rescues.

Lifesaving 2 Award Course

Aim: To develop further preliminary skills and knowledge of water safety, resuscitation and land-based non-contact rescues.

Lifesaving 3 Award Course

Aim: To reinforce skills and knowledge of water safety, resuscitation and water rescue preparatory to the Bronze Medallion.

Resuscitation (CPR) Course

Aim: To provide practical experience in the lifesaving techniques of Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and related emergency care.

Bronze Medallion Award (BM) Course

Aim: To establish a basic level of proficiency in knowledge, understanding and practical ability for aquatic rescue situations.

Pool Lifeguard Award (PLG) Course

Aim: To develop acceptable standards of knowledge, judgement, skills and physical abilities for the supervision of people in swimming pools

Bronze Cross (BC) Course

Aim: To develop lifesaving and emergency care abilities for qualified lifesavers in open water conditions.

Senior Resuscitation (SNR) Course

Aim: To provide further practical experience in the lifesaving techniques of CPR and related emergency care.

Award of Merit (AM) Course

Aim: To establish a higher level of knowledge, understanding and practical ability in aquatic rescue situations.

Silver Cross (SC) Course

Aim: To develop advanced lifesaving and emergency care abilities for qualified lifesavers in open water conditions.

Distinction Award (DA) Course

Aim: To establish an advanced standard of all round knowledge, skills, and ability in aquatic rescue situations.

Lifesaving Instructor (INS) Course

Aim: To develop a level of lifesaving knowledge and teaching ability which is suitable for instruction of classes and assessment of general lifesaving techniques for Lifesaving 1,2,3 and Aquapak Awards.

Lifesaving Teacher (TC) Course

Aim: To develop advanced level of competence in the teaching and organization of lifesaving programs at school or club level.

How To Sign Up

To enrol any of the lifesaving courses, visit Lifesaving Course Schedule page to sign up. If the course is not available, kindly proceed to Lifesaving Courses page to fill up the form. We will advise you the schedule once available.

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Lifesaving Courses

lifesaving_courses

Lifeguard.sg provides comprehensive and systematic lifesaving courses in accordance with SLSS Awards Syllabus.

Trainees undergo basic lifesaving lessons to advanced lifeguarding training courses to possess the skills and knowledge to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies.

The SLSS Award Syllabus range of lifesaving courses begin from the entry level of Learn to Swim Aquapak Awards and Basic Lifesaving 1 Award to Lifesaving Teacher Award.

To become a certified lifeguard, a participant needs to enrol for a foundation Lifesaving 123 courses; followed by Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Bronze Medallion courses.

Upon completion of Bronze Medallion and CPR Courses, the trainee will graduate as a lifesaver and he/she will be able to work as a Professional Lifeguard in swimming pools.

Bronze Cross and Silver Cross Courses are for those who wish to work as a Professional Lifeguard to watch over open waters.

To attain higher level certifications, a lifesaver can consider Pool Lifeguard Award, Award of Merit, Distinction Award, Lifesaving Instructor and even up to Lifesaving Teacher.

The following short description summarise each course’s objective:-

Learn to Swim AQUAPAK Awards Course

Aim: To provide water safety, survival, swimming and lifesaving skills for both swimmer and non-swimmer.

Basic Lifesaving 1 Award Course

Aim: To provide basic land-based dry rescue skills and knowledge of water safety.

Lifesaving 1 Award Course

Aim: To impart preliminary skills and knowledge of water safety and land-based non-contact rescues.

Lifesaving 2 Award Course

Aim: To develop further preliminary skills and knowledge of water safety, resuscitation and land-based non-contact rescues.

Lifesaving 3 Award Course

Aim: To reinforce skills and knowledge of water safety, resuscitation and water rescue preparatory to the Bronze Medallion.

Resuscitation (CPR) Course

Aim: To provide practical experience in the lifesaving techniques of Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and related emergency care.

Bronze Medallion Award (BM) Course

Aim: To establish a basic level of proficiency in knowledge, understanding and practical ability for aquatic rescue situations.

Pool Lifeguard Award (PLG) Course

Aim: To develop acceptable standards of knowledge, judgement, skills and physical abilities for the supervision of people in swimming pools

Bronze Cross (BC) Course

Aim: To develop lifesaving and emergency care abilities for qualified lifesavers in open water conditions.

Senior Resuscitation (SNR) Course

Aim: To provide further practical experience in the lifesaving techniques of CPR and related emergency care.

Award of Merit (AM) Course

Aim: To establish a higher level of knowledge, understanding and practical ability in aquatic rescue situations.

Silver Cross (SC) Course

Aim: To develop advanced lifesaving and emergency care abilities for qualified lifesavers in open water conditions.

Distinction Award (DA) Course

Aim: To establish an advanced standard of all round knowledge, skills, and ability in aquatic rescue situations.

Lifesaving Instructor (INS) Course

Aim: To develop a level of lifesaving knowledge and teaching ability which is suitable for instruction of classes and assessment of general lifesaving techniques for Lifesaving 1,2,3 and Aquapak Awards.

Lifesaving Teacher (TC) Course

Aim: To develop advanced level of competence in the teaching and organization of lifesaving programs at school or club level.

How To Sign Up

To enrol any of the lifesaving courses, visit Lifesaving Course Schedule page to sign up. If the course is not available, kindly proceed to Lifesaving Courses page to fill up the form. We will advise you the schedule once available.


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