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AQUATICS - BRONZE CROSS
AGE:13Y AND UP
Eager to advance your lifesaving training? This 20-hour program teaches you the difference
between lifesaving and lifeguarding, giving you direction on how to safely supervise in an aquatic
facility. This course covers emergency procedures, injury assessment and spinal injury rescue.
Prerequisite: completion of the Bronze Medallion Award. This course requires 100% attendance
and participation to complete.
88063 F-Su Start: May 9 Classes: 3
M $115
NM $115
F
5:00- 9:00PM
May 9
Sa
9:00AM- 5:30PM May 10
Su
9:00AM- 5:30PM May 11
BRONZE MEDALLION
AGE:13Y AND UP
Enhance your understanding of lifesaving principles and skills. Learn tows, carries, release
methods, victim assessment and emergency care through this 25-hour program. The manual is
included in the course fee. To participate, you must be at least 10 years old and have successfully
completed the Bronze Star award, or be 13 years or older and be able to swim. The course
requires a mandatory 100% attendance to complete.
88072 F-Su Start: Apr 11 Classes: 3 M $135
NM $135
F
5:00- 9:00PM
Apr 11
Sa
9:00AM- 5:30PM Apr 12
Su
9:00AM- 5:30PM Apr 13
NATIONAL LIFEGUARD
AGE:16Y AND UP
Advance your YMCA aquatic leadership to a peak level. This 40-hour program builds on the skills,
knowledge and values taught in Lifesaving awards. To participate in this program you need to
have completed the Bronze Cross Award and Standard First Aid with CPR Level C. The manual is
included in the course fee. This course requires 100% attendance and participation in order to
complete the core component.
88358 F-Su Start: May 23 Classes: 6 M $275
NM $275
F
5:00- 9:00PM
May 23, May 30
Sa
9:00AM- 5:30PM May 24, May 31
Su
9:00AM- 5:30PM May 25, Jun 1
NL - RECERT
AGE:16Y AND UP
Continue to be certified in one of the top levels of lifeguarding and be able to work in any pool
across Canada. This 4 hour recertification covers all the skills, knowledge and values taught in the
National Lifeguard Service - Pool Option Course. To enroll in this course you must hold a National
Lifeguard Service card current within the past five years. This course requires 100% participation
in order to complete the components of this course.
88362
Su
12:00- 4:00PM
Jun 22
Classes: 1
M $30
NM $70
STANDARD FIRST AID - ORIGINAL
AGE:12Y AND UP
Learn to identify an illness or injury as a medical emergency. As a first responder, discover and
practice simple techniques to care for a casualty. After completing this 16-hour course, you will
be certified in Standard First Aid and CPR Basic Rescuer Level C. This course is approved by Alberta
Occupational Health & Safety.
88584
Sa-Su
9:00- 5:30PM
May 3
Classes: 2
M $125 NM $125
YMCA ASSISTANT SWIM INSTRUCTOR
AGE:12Y AND UP
Apprentice under the guidance of an experienced, qualified YMCA Swim Instructor. This course
prepares you to be an Instructor Trainee so you can assist with the instruction of YMCA L’il
Dippers, Learn to Swim, Star, Masters Swim and adult programs. You need to have completed the
YMCA Master Swimmer program or Bronze Star.
93121 Sa-Su Start: May 3 Classes: 4 M $125
NM $125
Sa
9:00AM- 1:00PM
May 3
Su
9:00AM- 1:00PM May 4
Sa
9:00AM- 1:00PM May 10
Su
9:00AM- 1:00PM May 11
AQUATICS
SPRING 2014
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