This 5 hour recertification evaluates Water Safety Instructor skills and provides updated information regarding legislation and evaluation criteria of Learn to Swim programs. Award is current for 2 years. Prerequisites: Prior successful completion of the Water Safety Instructor Course. A bathing suit is required.
Strokes & Skills is a 4 hour evaluation of a candidates in-water abilities and is a prerequisite for City of Edmonton Red Cross Water Safety Instructor course. Candidates who are unsuccessful in the evaluation and are registered in a City of Edmonton Red Cross Water Safety Instructor course, will be withdrawn from the WSI course and may be subject to a cancellation fee. This evaluation expries 1 year from the evaluation date. Prerequisites: Age 15, and hold one of the following awards: Bronze Cross, Lifesaving Society National Lifeguard/Aquatic Emergency Care or Red Cross Assistant Lifeguard. A bathing suit is required.
Bronze Cross is designed for lifesavers who want the challenge of more advanced training including an introduction to safe supervision in aquatic facilities. Award is current for 2 years. Prerequisites: Successful completion of Bronze Medallion. A bathing suit is required.
This 8 hour recertification is an evaluation of the National Lifeguard/Aquatic Emergency First Aid/CPR C skills, and provides updates on legislation changes and current first aid guidelines. Award is current for 2 years. Prerequisite: Prior successful completion of the NL course and a current AEC or equivalent Standard First Aid award. Must provide proof of current Standard First Aid or Aquatic Emergency Care award. A bathing suit is required. Combined Program
This 8 hour recertification is an evaluation of all Standard First Aid skills, legislation changes and current first aid guidelines. Award is current or 3 years.
Prerequisites: Current Standard First Aid award. Must provide proof of current Standard First Aid award.
Stay Safe! Offers basic first aid and safety skills to youth 9-13 years of age. Participants learn about being safe when they are without the direct supervision of a parent, guardian, or trusted adult, both at home and in their communities. Prerequisites: Age 9 or completion of Grade 3