Jamie Platz Family YMCA

16+yrs

Lifesaving instructors are trained to teach and evaluate the three Canadian Swim Patrol Program awards, as well as the Bronze Star, Bronze Medallion, Bronze Cross, Lifesaving Fitness, Distinction awards and CPR-C/AED. Instructor Candidates are trained in aspects of learning as well as various approaches required to teach water rescue, first aid and related aquatic skills in the Canadian Lifesaving Program. This introductory level is the base for all other instructor certifications.

Prerequisites: 16 years old and Current Bronze Cross or higher.

Day & TimeProgram CodeFeesLocationRegistrationNotes
Sep 12 - Nov 02
Tue & Thu 5:30–8pm
171910Member: $182
Non-Member: $260
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Prerequisites: Bronze Cross, Standard First Aid or AEC and 16 years old



Jamie Platz Family YMCA

View Larger Map 7121 178 ST NW
Edmonton, AB T5T 5T9
Phone: 780-481-9622
  • Aquatics
  • Day Camps
  • Education and Training
  • Health, Fitness & Aquatics
  • Youth Supports

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