Get your Lifeguard certification with Safety Training Pros
Get your lifeguard certification in just 2 ½ days! This accelerated blended learning Lifeguard Program allows you to start your training today! Prior to your in-person class dates you will need to complete both a mandatory 8-hour online program and to download and read the entire American Red Cross Lifeguard Participant Manual. You can start your training today by registering for your class and then download the manual to start reading! Your in-person training time will focus on water rescue skills and hands on CPR/AED & First Aid. To successfully complete the program, you’ll perform water rescue scenarios. The American Red Cross Lifeguard certification is valid for 2 years.
Class Prerequisites: Must be at least 15 years old and pass the swimming requirements. The swimming requirements are: 300-yd continuous swim using front crawl (freestyle) and breaststroke. 2 minute tread using only your legs. Timed event – swim and retrieve a 10-pound object from a depth of 7-10 feet. Return to the surface with object and exit the pool without the use of ladder or stairs.
Lifeguard Review Classes
Current Lifeguards can renew your Lifeguard CPR/AED & First Aid certification in just 1.5 days with this class! Before your class in-person training review, you’ll complete an 8-hour online program to review your Basic Life Support and Rescue skills. Then, review the latest Lifeguard Participant Manual. You can start your training today by registering for your class and then download the manual to start reading! We’ll then focus your in-person training time with hands on CPR/AED & First Aid skill reviews and pool work to review & practice your water rescue skills. At the end of the day, you’ll test out of the program by successfully performing water rescue scenarios. Must pass current swim requirements. The American Red Cross Certification is valid for 2 years.
This course provides California Lifeguards with a certification course that meets the ADVANCE first aid training requirements found in Title 22 of the California Code of Regulations. The course content and activities will help prepare participants to make appropriate decisions about the care to provide in an emergency. Participants must be currently certified as a Lifeguard/First Aid/CPR/AED to take this abbreviated course. No pre-work is required for this class. Certification is valid for 2 years.