Bronze Medallion & CPR


After achieving Lifesaving 123 Award, the Bronze Medallion is the next goal before becoming a qualified lifeguard.  This course emphasizes swimming fitness and rescue techniques with time limit.  Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation training is introduced as an essential skill to revive unconscious casualty that is not breathing.

 

Bronze Medallion Course Scope of Training:

  • Working knowledge of water safety, survival in water, rescue principles and emergency aftercare.
  • Perform Land-based Rescue, Water-based Rescue.
  • Demonstrate Rescue Fitness within a period of 3 minutes 15 seconds.
  • Perform Contact Tow Rescue of an uncooperative casualty and provide aftercare.
  • Rescue of a submerged casualty within 1 minute 15 seconds and perform CPR.
  • Swim 400 meters continuously in at least three recognized strokes.

Bronze Medallion & CPR

$400

Per Course

  • After achieving Lifesaving 123 Award, the Bronze Medallion is the next goal before becoming a qualified lifeguard. This course emphasizes swimming fitness and rescue techniques with time limit. Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation training is introduced as an essential skill to revive unconscious casualty that is not breathing. At the end of the course, student will attain both the CPR and Bronze medallion certifications.
  • Prerequisite: Lifesaving 1, 2 & 3
  • 10 lessons per course
  • 1.5 hours per lesson
  • Fees inclusive of course materials and usage of equipment, and one examination

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