What is an Ellis lifeguard?

What is an Ellis lifeguard?

An ILTP professional lifeguard certification course combines water rescue skills with health care provider level CPR, First Aid, AED and Oxygen administration into a single curriculum and single certification.

Does America have Surf Life Saving?

The National Surf Lifesaving Association was organised in 1964 by lifeguard agencies along the California coast. In 1979 the governing body of the NSLA changed the name to the United States Lifeguard Association for the purpose of increasing participation in the association by lifeguard agencies throughout the country.

What does deal mean in lifeguarding?

DEAL. Define the problem, Evaluate the options. Act now, Look at the outcomes.

What do they call lifeguards in Australia?

Surf lifesavers in Australia are colloquially known as “Clubbies”.

Why do Australian lifeguards wear those hats?

The red and yellow quartered patrol cap has been an iconic symbol of the Surf Life Saving movement for almost a century. Introduced in the late 1930’s as a means of identifying lifesavers in their active duties, the patrol cap became a mandatory item of the surf lifesaver’s uniform in the 1980’s.

What is lifeguard international?

Welcome to Lifeguard International. Lifeguard and Rescue International Training was established in 1994 and pioneered and developed intensive beach lifeguard courses throughout the U.K. and Europe. It currently provides Royal Life Saving Society Beach Lifeguard training for more lifeguards than any other organisation,…

What is liflifeguard and Rescue International Training?

Lifeguard and Rescue International Training was established in 1994 and pioneered and developed intensive beach lifeguard courses throughout the U.K. and Europe.

What is Isla Lifeguard certification program?

The ISLA Lifeguard Certification Program was developed to raise international lifeguarding standards and training programs to a minimum professional standard. The ISLA Academy lays a foundation which allows the lifeguard employer or organization to conduct in-house training of lifeguards.

What are the duties of a lifeguard?

At the beach, a water park, resort or your neighborhood pool or aquatic facility, lifeguards are ready and qualified to monitor and assist swimmers and perform life-saving measures when necessary. These public safety professionals stay alert, vigilant and attentive so others can have fun in the water.