National Lifeguards guards are always in training to keep their skills, knowledge and fitness sharp. They are required to keep other important certifications such as CPR and first aid up-to-date. Some are trained in advanced treatments like using oxygen or in the use of specialized equipment like defibrillators and personal watercraft. National Lifeguard is Canada’s only nationally recognized lifeguard certification program.
Prerequisites: Minimum 16 years of age - Bronze Cross certification and a current Standard First Aid certification from one of: