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(253) 474-0400Just Now American Red Cross lifeguarding and water safety students must be at least 15 years old by the last day of class, and pass a pre-course swimming skills test prior to taking our courses. Once students are enrolled, they'll receive the latest science-based training from experienced instructors, and develop skills they'll use for a lifetime.

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5 hours ago American Red Cross. Lifeguarding Courses. Course time: 7.5 Hr. Online + 19.5 Hr. In-person. Lifeguard Training includes the following certifications: Lifeguarding, First Aid, CPR/AED for Professional Rescuer, valid for 2 years. Lifeguard Certification course will train and certify participants to be a lifeguard for swimming pool programs.

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1 hours ago Welcome to the Red Cross Learning Center. A Certificate of Merit is one of the highest awards given by the American Red Cross. Watch as the team at Shelby Electric Cooperative receives their lifesaver award and talks about how their Red Cross health and safety training gave them the skills to save their co-worker's life.

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Just Now The American Lifeguard Association is one of only a few national certifying agencies for lifeguards. The U.S. Department of Labor has determined that the American Lifeguard Association offers lifeguard certification programs similar to those provided by the American Red Cross.

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3 hours ago Crossover Instructor Candidates (For instructors certified with other training providers, such as YMCA, Ellis and Associates, Canadian Red Cross, etc.) See the Instructions for Completing the Lifeguarding Instructor Course for instructions and information on becoming an American Red Cross Lifeguarding Instructor.

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2 hours ago 27 rows · The purpose of the review course is to give currently certified American Red Cross

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9 hours ago American Red Cross Login. Please note: Your record of completion will be saved for 21 months. After 21 months, your progress in this online course will be reset so that you may complete the course again prior to your recertification date. Please be aware that we have a standard maintenance window of 4-6AM Eastern Time on Saturdays.

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2 hours ago American Red Cross Lifeguard Training. Purpose: To provide entry-level lifeguard participants with the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies. To provide care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries and sudden illnesses until emergency medical services (EMS) personnel take over.

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How do I become a Red Cross lifeguard?

To become a Red Cross lifeguard, or more accurately, to become a Red Cross-certified lifeguard, you'll need to pass a variety of tests. These tests include a written test, a swimming test, and an emergency medical skills test. After passing these tests, you'll be awarded a Red Cross-issued lifeguard certification.

How to become a certified lifeguard?

To summarize, here are the steps to becoming a lifeguard:

  • Enroll in a lifeguard training program locally.
  • Complete the pre-test to move on to your training.
  • Complete the training course and earn your lifeguard certification.
  • Earn your CPR, First Aid, and AED certification.

How do you become a lifeguard?

Becoming Certified. To pass the course and become a certified lifeguard, you must attend all the classes and perform all the skills correctly. Periodically, you will be required to take a written exam, and on the very last day you will perform a number of skills scenarios.

What skills needed to be a certified lifeguard?

Top Certified Lifeguard Skills

  1. First-Aid. Make sure main drain cover is secure and First-Aid Kit is stocked. ...
  2. Water Safety. Enforce facility regulations and water safety policies. ...
  3. Unsafe Conditions. ...
  4. Pool Area. ...
  5. Safety Rules. ...
  6. Water Activities. ...
  7. In-Service Training. ...
  8. Rescue Techniques. ...
  9. Emergency. ...
  10. Constant Surveillance. ...

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