18 October 2018

Calender

Apr
11
Sat
2020
SLSGB Surf Coach Safety & Rescue @ Noordwijk aan Zee
Apr 11 – Apr 13 all-day
SLSGB Surf Coach Safety & Rescue @ Noordwijk aan Zee

This award is applicable to those undertaking surf coaching and instruction activity and for surfboard hiring organisations. It aims to establish a minimum vocational standard that demonstrates a level of competence for the safety of participants under instruction during a coached surf activity session undertaken in primarily wading depth water and to establish the necessary skills and knowledge to provide basic rescue response and life support. Holders of this award should take careful account of local conditions where they are coaching and the scope of the activity and the guidance provided by local risk assessments and a location specific LOP. Surf Coaches employed at locations using artificial wave technology (AWT) will need to undertake the additional AWT modulet.

The diploma must be tested annually.

Pre Course (Supported by SLSGBs Online Learning Platform Myagi)

  • Aquatic Risk Management (pre and on-course)
  • Safeguarding (pre course)
  • Roles and Responsibilities of a Lifesaver (pre-course)
  • The Surf & Water Environment (pre-course)
  • The working and legislative environment (pre and on course)
  • Maintaining positive public relations (pre-course)
  • Basic Life Support (pre and on course)
  • Level 1 First Aid (pre and on course)
  • Paediatric Life Support (pre and on course)
  • Level 2 First Aid (pre and on course)PRIORITY/QUALIFIER

    • A signed declaration of 200m timed Pool swim in under 5 minutes
      witnessed by lifeguard/swim teacher /coach in a pool of not less than
      25m (pre-course)
    • Open water swim competency. The candidate will complete to the
      satisfaction of the Trainer Assessor a demonstration of open water
      swimming competency, confidence and fitness that is sufficient to be able
      to support basic lifesaving activity. (on course)

    On Course

    • Coach Safety and Rescue techniques
    • Aquatic First Aid, including appropriate response for a suspected spinal
      injury when operating as single or partnered surf coach
    • Casualty rescue and care techniques operating in an aquatic environment
    • Understanding the beach/fluvial location where you will work as a coach
      and the impact of water flow, tides, rips, weather conditions and other
      beach and water users

 

 

Apr
17
Fri
2020
SLSGB Surf Coach Safety & Rescue First Wave Surfschool @ Zandvoort
Apr 17 – Apr 19 all-day
SLSGB Surf Coach Safety & Rescue First Wave Surfschool @ Zandvoort

This award is applicable to those undertaking surf coaching and instruction activity and for surfboard hiring organisations. It aims to establish a minimum vocational standard that demonstrates a level of competence for the safety of participants under instruction during a coached surf activity session undertaken in primarily wading depth water and to establish the necessary skills and knowledge to provide basic rescue response and life support. Holders of this award should take careful account of local conditions where they are coaching and the scope of the activity and the guidance provided by local risk assessments and a location specific LOP. Surf Coaches employed at locations using artificial wave technology (AWT) will need to undertake the additional AWT modulet.

The diploma must be tested annually.

Pre Course (Supported by SLSGBs Online Learning Platform Myagi)

  • Aquatic Risk Management (pre and on-course)
  • Safeguarding (pre course)
  • Roles and Responsibilities of a Lifesaver (pre-course)
  • The Surf & Water Environment (pre-course)
  • The working and legislative environment (pre and on course)
  • Maintaining positive public relations (pre-course)
  • Basic Life Support (pre and on course)
  • Level 1 First Aid (pre and on course)
  • Paediatric Life Support (pre and on course)
  • Level 2 First Aid (pre and on course)PRIORITY/QUALIFIER

    • A signed declaration of 200m timed Pool swim in under 5 minutes
      witnessed by lifeguard/swim teacher /coach in a pool of not less than
      25m (pre-course)
    • Open water swim competency. The candidate will complete to the
      satisfaction of the Trainer Assessor a demonstration of open water
      swimming competency, confidence and fitness that is sufficient to be able
      to support basic lifesaving activity. (on course)

    On Course

    • Coach Safety and Rescue techniques
    • Aquatic First Aid, including appropriate response for a suspected spinal
      injury when operating as single or partnered surf coach
    • Casualty rescue and care techniques operating in an aquatic environment
    • Understanding the beach/fluvial location where you will work as a coach
      and the impact of water flow, tides, rips, weather conditions and other
      beach and water users

 

 

Apr
22
Wed
2020
Beach Lifeguard course
Apr 22 – Apr 27 all-day
Beach Lifeguard course

The NVBLQ course is a minimum of 40 hours long followed by a practical assessment on beach theory, life support, first aid, swimming pool practical and open water practical. Upon qualifying with the NVBLQ, the certificate is valid for two years from the date of successful completion. NVBLQ Course Pre-Requisites: Every candidate attending a NVBLQ course must: Be 16-years-old or over at the time of the assessment. Have a good level of fitness. Surface dive to a depth of 1.5 metres. Tread water for two minutes. Climb out of deep water unaided and without steps. Be competent at swimming in the sea. Before the course, candidates must be able to swim at least 200 metres in a pool (of recommended length 25 metres, but no less than 20 metres) in five minutes or less. For the assessment, candidates must be able to swim 400 metres in a pool (recommended 25 metres, but no less than 20 metres) in eight minutes or less using a continuous front stroke and showing urgency. The NVBLQ covers all elements of beach lifeguard theory, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), first aid, pool skills and open water skills. The course is physically demanding and will include swimming to set times and lifting. The NVBLQ assessment takes place at the end of the course. It determines your competence, skills and knowledge of working as a beach lifeguard and assesses your ability to apply the skills and knowledge in a beach environment. The assessment is split into five elements: Beach Lifeguard and First Aid Theory, Life Support and First Aid, First Aid Practical, Ocean Skills, Pool Skills.

ENROLL TO THIS COURSE

Apr
25
Sat
2020
Beach Lifeguard renewal course
Apr 25 – Apr 27 all-day
Beach Lifeguard renewal course

The NVBLQ renewal course is 2 days of practice followed by a practical assessment on beach theory, life support, first aid, swimming pool practical and open water practical. The NVBLQ certificate will be valid for two years from the date of successful completion. A good level of fitness is required. For the assessment, candidates must be able to swim 400 metres in a pool (recommended 25 metres, but no less than 20 metres) in eight minutes or less using a continuous front stroke and showing urgency. The NVBLQ covers all elements of beach lifeguard theory, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), first aid, pool skills and open water skills. The course is physically demanding and will include swimming to set times and lifting. The NVBLQ assessment takes place at the end of the course. It determines your competence, skills and knowledge of working as a beach lifeguard and assesses your ability to apply the skills and knowledge in a beach environment. The assessment is split into five elements: Beach Lifeguard and First Aid Theory, Life Support and First Aid, First Aid Practical, Ocean Skills, Pool Skills.

ENROLL TO THIS COURSE

SLSGB Surf Coach Safety & Rescue @ Noordwijk aan Zee
Apr 25 – Apr 27 all-day
SLSGB Surf Coach Safety & Rescue @ Noordwijk aan Zee

This award is applicable to those undertaking surf coaching and instruction activity and for surfboard hiring organisations. It aims to establish a minimum vocational standard that demonstrates a level of competence for the safety of participants under instruction during a coached surf activity session undertaken in primarily wading depth water and to establish the necessary skills and knowledge to provide basic rescue response and life support. Holders of this award should take careful account of local conditions where they are coaching and the scope of the activity and the guidance provided by local risk assessments and a location specific LOP. Surf Coaches employed at locations using artificial wave technology (AWT) will need to undertake the additional AWT modulet.

The diploma must be tested annually.

Pre Course (Supported by SLSGBs Online Learning Platform Myagi)

  • Aquatic Risk Management (pre and on-course)
  • Safeguarding (pre course)
  • Roles and Responsibilities of a Lifesaver (pre-course)
  • The Surf & Water Environment (pre-course)
  • The working and legislative environment (pre and on course)
  • Maintaining positive public relations (pre-course)
  • Basic Life Support (pre and on course)
  • Level 1 First Aid (pre and on course)
  • Paediatric Life Support (pre and on course)
  • Level 2 First Aid (pre and on course)PRIORITY/QUALIFIER

    • A signed declaration of 200m timed Pool swim in under 5 minutes
      witnessed by lifeguard/swim teacher /coach in a pool of not less than
      25m (pre-course)
    • Open water swim competency. The candidate will complete to the
      satisfaction of the Trainer Assessor a demonstration of open water
      swimming competency, confidence and fitness that is sufficient to be able
      to support basic lifesaving activity. (on course)

    On Course

    • Coach Safety and Rescue techniques
    • Aquatic First Aid, including appropriate response for a suspected spinal
      injury when operating as single or partnered surf coach
    • Casualty rescue and care techniques operating in an aquatic environment
    • Understanding the beach/fluvial location where you will work as a coach
      and the impact of water flow, tides, rips, weather conditions and other
      beach and water users

 

 

May
8
Fri
2020
SLSGB Surf Coach Safety & Rescue @ Noordwijk aan Zee
May 8 – May 10 all-day
SLSGB Surf Coach Safety & Rescue @ Noordwijk aan Zee

This award is applicable to those undertaking surf coaching and instruction activity and for surfboard hiring organisations. It aims to establish a minimum vocational standard that demonstrates a level of competence for the safety of participants under instruction during a coached surf activity session undertaken in primarily wading depth water and to establish the necessary skills and knowledge to provide basic rescue response and life support. Holders of this award should take careful account of local conditions where they are coaching and the scope of the activity and the guidance provided by local risk assessments and a location specific LOP. Surf Coaches employed at locations using artificial wave technology (AWT) will need to undertake the additional AWT modulet.

The diploma must be tested annually.

Pre Course (Supported by SLSGBs Online Learning Platform Myagi)

  • Aquatic Risk Management (pre and on-course)
  • Safeguarding (pre course)
  • Roles and Responsibilities of a Lifesaver (pre-course)
  • The Surf & Water Environment (pre-course)
  • The working and legislative environment (pre and on course)
  • Maintaining positive public relations (pre-course)
  • Basic Life Support (pre and on course)
  • Level 1 First Aid (pre and on course)
  • Paediatric Life Support (pre and on course)
  • Level 2 First Aid (pre and on course)PRIORITY/QUALIFIER

    • A signed declaration of 200m timed Pool swim in under 5 minutes
      witnessed by lifeguard/swim teacher /coach in a pool of not less than
      25m (pre-course)
    • Open water swim competency. The candidate will complete to the
      satisfaction of the Trainer Assessor a demonstration of open water
      swimming competency, confidence and fitness that is sufficient to be able
      to support basic lifesaving activity. (on course)

    On Course

    • Coach Safety and Rescue techniques
    • Aquatic First Aid, including appropriate response for a suspected spinal
      injury when operating as single or partnered surf coach
    • Casualty rescue and care techniques operating in an aquatic environment
    • Understanding the beach/fluvial location where you will work as a coach
      and the impact of water flow, tides, rips, weather conditions and other
      beach and water users

 

 

May
19
Tue
2020
Beach Lifeguard course
May 19 – May 24 all-day
Beach Lifeguard course

The NVBLQ course is a minimum of 40 hours long followed by a practical assessment on beach theory, life support, first aid, swimming pool practical and open water practical. Upon qualifying with the NVBLQ, the certificate is valid for two years from the date of successful completion. NVBLQ Course Pre-Requisites: Every candidate attending a NVBLQ course must: Be 16-years-old or over at the time of the assessment. Have a good level of fitness. Surface dive to a depth of 1.5 metres. Tread water for two minutes. Climb out of deep water unaided and without steps. Be competent at swimming in the sea. Before the course, candidates must be able to swim at least 200 metres in a pool (of recommended length 25 metres, but no less than 20 metres) in five minutes or less. For the assessment, candidates must be able to swim 400 metres in a pool (recommended 25 metres, but no less than 20 metres) in eight minutes or less using a continuous front stroke and showing urgency. The NVBLQ covers all elements of beach lifeguard theory, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), first aid, pool skills and open water skills. The course is physically demanding and will include swimming to set times and lifting. The NVBLQ assessment takes place at the end of the course. It determines your competence, skills and knowledge of working as a beach lifeguard and assesses your ability to apply the skills and knowledge in a beach environment. The assessment is split into five elements: Beach Lifeguard and First Aid Theory, Life Support and First Aid, First Aid Practical, Ocean Skills, Pool Skills.

ENROLL TO THIS COURSE

May
22
Fri
2020
Beach Lifeguard renewal course
May 22 – May 24 all-day
Beach Lifeguard renewal course

The NVBLQ renewal course is 2 days of practice followed by a practical assessment on beach theory, life support, first aid, swimming pool practical and open water practical. The NVBLQ certificate will be valid for two years from the date of successful completion. A good level of fitness is required. For the assessment, candidates must be able to swim 400 metres in a pool (recommended 25 metres, but no less than 20 metres) in eight minutes or less using a continuous front stroke and showing urgency. The NVBLQ covers all elements of beach lifeguard theory, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), first aid, pool skills and open water skills. The course is physically demanding and will include swimming to set times and lifting. The NVBLQ assessment takes place at the end of the course. It determines your competence, skills and knowledge of working as a beach lifeguard and assesses your ability to apply the skills and knowledge in a beach environment. The assessment is split into five elements: Beach Lifeguard and First Aid Theory, Life Support and First Aid, First Aid Practical, Ocean Skills, Pool Skills.

ENROLL TO THIS COURSE

SLSGB Surf Coach Safety & Rescue @ Noordwijk aan Zee
May 22 – May 24 all-day
SLSGB Surf Coach Safety & Rescue @ Noordwijk aan Zee

This award is applicable to those undertaking surf coaching and instruction activity and for surfboard hiring organisations. It aims to establish a minimum vocational standard that demonstrates a level of competence for the safety of participants under instruction during a coached surf activity session undertaken in primarily wading depth water and to establish the necessary skills and knowledge to provide basic rescue response and life support. Holders of this award should take careful account of local conditions where they are coaching and the scope of the activity and the guidance provided by local risk assessments and a location specific LOP. Surf Coaches employed at locations using artificial wave technology (AWT) will need to undertake the additional AWT modulet.

The diploma must be tested annually.

Pre Course (Supported by SLSGBs Online Learning Platform Myagi)

  • Aquatic Risk Management (pre and on-course)
  • Safeguarding (pre course)
  • Roles and Responsibilities of a Lifesaver (pre-course)
  • The Surf & Water Environment (pre-course)
  • The working and legislative environment (pre and on course)
  • Maintaining positive public relations (pre-course)
  • Basic Life Support (pre and on course)
  • Level 1 First Aid (pre and on course)
  • Paediatric Life Support (pre and on course)
  • Level 2 First Aid (pre and on course)PRIORITY/QUALIFIER

    • A signed declaration of 200m timed Pool swim in under 5 minutes
      witnessed by lifeguard/swim teacher /coach in a pool of not less than
      25m (pre-course)
    • Open water swim competency. The candidate will complete to the
      satisfaction of the Trainer Assessor a demonstration of open water
      swimming competency, confidence and fitness that is sufficient to be able
      to support basic lifesaving activity. (on course)

    On Course

    • Coach Safety and Rescue techniques
    • Aquatic First Aid, including appropriate response for a suspected spinal
      injury when operating as single or partnered surf coach
    • Casualty rescue and care techniques operating in an aquatic environment
    • Understanding the beach/fluvial location where you will work as a coach
      and the impact of water flow, tides, rips, weather conditions and other
      beach and water users

 

 

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