Water Safety Ireland National Pool Lifeguard Award:
The aim of the WSI National Pool Lifeguard Award is to enable a candidate to act as a designated lifeguard, trained in Pool Rescue and Basic Life Support techniques.
Candidates will also have an awareness of First Aid and Pool Water Analysis.
Rescue 2 Award of Water Safet Ireland
Minimum Standard Entry Level Requirements:
Be able to swim 100metres on front (prone) and 100 metres on back (supine).
Be able to surface dive and recover an object from the deepest part of the pool.
Be 16 years of age or older, at the time of examination.
Pay the award fee in full prior to commencing the course.
Unit 1: Basic Life Support 1,2 and 3
Unit 2: Lifeguard Skills
Unit 3: Pool Operation Skills
Unit 4: Worksheets Completion
Level 2 certificates are awarded to those who are judged to be competent to supervise swimming pools or sections of a swimming facility, where depths are greater than 1.5m.
Level 1 certificates are awarded to those who are judged to be competent to supervise swimming pools or sections of a swimming facility, where depth does not exceed 1.5m.
All candidates will participate in the Level 2 award and we down graded to Level 1 if necessary.
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