Published: Friday, 19 January 2018 at 9:54:49 AM

Bronze Medallion Course
February 2018

Lifesaving in its broadest context implies the saving of life through the prevention of accidents, personal survival and the rescue of others.  The majority of drowning accidents occur inland in places such as rivers, dams and home swimming pools. Such places are rarely patrolled by qualified lifeguards.  It is therefore important that all members of the community learn some lifesaving techniques. The thoughtful application of the knowledge and skill provided within this program will save lives, ensure the rescuer's safety and prevent a possible double drowning.

The Royal Life Saving Bronze Medallion is recognised as the minimum standard for a qualified lifesaver. This course offers a nationally recognised certification and will enhance your personal survival skills while providing you with the knowledge and skills to develop the level of judgement, technique and physical ability required to safely carry out water rescues.

Bronze Medallion Course February 2018

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