4 exciting and stimulating courses to become a lifeguard:
|Bronze Medallion (from age 13, or even sooner)|
|Standard First Aid/AED|
|National Lifeguard – Pool|
This is the typical process to become lifeguard. It is simple and recognized throughout Canada, sometimes even on the international level.
If you want an even quicker way to become a lifeguard, you can speed up the process by taking the Bronze Medallion and Bronze Cross combined course. You can also challenge the Bronze Medallion and Bronze Cross exams. These “shortcuts” reduce training time, but no matter which option you choose, you will acquire all the knowledge and skills you need to save lives.
Eager to become a lifeguard?
You can get your feet wet as soon as 8 years old by joining a lifesaving sport club, or by following one of these two courses:
There's even more!
Not only will these courses get you to enjoy a unique experience, they will also lead you to:
- An stimulating job
- A thrilling sport : lifesaving sport
- Exciting courses: National Lifeguard – Waterfront, Surf, Waterpark …
- You can even pass on your passion for lifesaving and become an instructor.