Friday June 2 5:30-9; Sat June 3 9am-4pm, June 9 5:30-9, Sat June 10 9am-4pm
Location: Rochester Adams High School, 3200 W Tienken Rd, Rochester Hills, MI 48306
Training by: Ernie Thomas-ARC Lifeguard Trainer, Nicole Scherbarth CTRS/ATRIC
*Requires 7 hour online module training prior to class start
This course is adapted to meet the skillset and education of the aquatic therapist and professional. The American Red Cross blended learning lifeguarding course will prepare you to prevent, recognize and respond to emergencies in and around the water. The eLearning portion of this class is scenario based and will introduce you to the skills that you will practice and master during the in-person skill sessions. Allow approximately 7 hours to complete the eLearning portion, including the final eLearning exam. Your instructor should provide eLearning module assignments as well as reading and review question assignments from the Lifeguarding Manual. You must complete these assignments and present proof of completion to enter the in-person skill sessions.
Successful completion of this eLearning content alone will not result in certification. This eLearning content must be taken in conjunction with at least 19 hours and 45 minutes of in-person training and evaluation led by an American Red Cross Lifeguarding Instructor. To earn certification, participants must:
Meet the age requirement – 15 years old on or before the final scheduled in-person session of the course.
Pass the precourse swimming skills evaluation.
Attend and actively participate in all class sessions.
Demonstrate competency in all required skills.
Complete all eLearning modules and reading assignments as assigned by the instructor.
Pass both final exams with a minimum grade of 80%.
Pass both final skill scenarios.