American Red Cross Lifeguard Training Course (Blended Course)
This American Red Cross Lifeguard Training Course provides entry-level participants the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies and to provide care for breathing emergencies, injuries and sudden illness until EMS personnel take over. During the class you will learn distressed, active, passive and submerged victim rescue, victim removal from water, spinal management and back-boarding in the water, CPR, AED, rescue breathing and airway management and first aid skills including: conscious victim assessment, bandaging, splinting, caring for soft tissue injuries, burns and more.
The blended learning course combines eight hours of online education with 20 hours of instructor-led classroom and in-water skills sessions. After registering, you will be sent a link to the online education sessions, which must be completed prior to the first skill session.
COVID Safety Precautions & FAQs
In addition to the classroom learning portion of this course being conducted online, COVID-safety precautions are incorporated into the in-water skills sessions and other aspects of the program, including the use of manikins for water rescue training, rather than live individuals.
For further information about safety precautions being taken and answers to frequently asked questions, visit our FAQs webpage.
Participants must complete the following course prerequisites to be evaluated on the first day of class:
Instructor's note: Swimming is an aerobic activity like no other! Therefore, if you have not been swimming on a somewhat regular basis, it is strongly recommended that you prepare yourself for the course prerequisites.
Upon successful course completion, the participant will receive the following certification:
$210 (S.R. Resident $200)
View the schedule and register online here.