National Lifeguard Course


Course Dates to be determined

National Lifeguard (NL) certification is the industry standard for lifeguards in Canada.  NL guards are water rescue professionals trained in emergency care.  They prevent accidents.  They are trained to spot potential trouble and intervene before it becomes life-threatening.  They identify hazards and determine safe practices.  They educate the public about the hazards and risks associated with acquatic activities.

This 60 hours course includes Standard First Aid "C" with AED certification in addtion to the National Lifeguard (NL) certification.  Candidates develop teamwork, leadership and communication skills.  Fitness requirements include a timed object recovery and swim with a 20 lb object, 50 m rescue drill, 50 m head up swim and a 400 m endurance challenge.

Pre-requisities: 16 years of age by the test date and the Bronze Cross
Cost: $280.00 (HST included)
Course fee includes the Alert and Canadian First Aid Manual

When availalbe course registration can be accessed at
Contact the Aquatics Coordinator at 902-765-1494 local 5564 for more information