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Aquatic Courses

Emergency Response Swimming Pool (ER-SP) (2 Days)

Paragraph 193 of the HSE publication “Managing Health and Safety in Swimming Pools” states – Whenever the pool is in use, a member of staff will need to be designated as “on call” to respond immediately to the alarm and deal with any emergency. It is essential that such staff are trained in pool rescue, CPR techniques and first aid. The Emergency Response Pool qualification is designed to assist operators to meet these requirements. The Emergency Response Programme is also designed to train ancillary staff to back up and support the lifeguard team (if available) and staff to respond to an emergency. To comply with the HSE publication ‘Managing Health and Safety in Swimming Pools’, pool operators are strongly recommended to refer to figure 3 on page 66, to determine if continuous or occasional poolside supervision is required.

Cost: £150.00

RLSS NPLQ Trainer Assessor Course (Core and Specialised Units) (5 Days)

This course aims to provide learners with the ability, once passed, to deliver RLSS courses, these can include NPLQ, First Aid, AED, and other Lifesaving Aquatic Awards through the RLSS. The qualification also allows successful learners to deliver staff training. If successful on the course you will leave as a Probationary RLSS UK Pool Lifeguard Trainer Assessor. The probationary period is a maximum of two years from course completion. You will then be allocated a National Trainer Assessor or a Mentor.

SPECIAL OFFER - £450 if you book and pay before 1st July. Thereafter, £575.

PXB can be included for a further £25

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Cost: £635.00

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