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SURF COACH SAFETY & RESCUE
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SURF COACH SAFETY & RESCUE
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SURF COACH SAFETY & RESCUE
SURF COACH SAFETY & RESCUE
SURF COACH SAFETY & RESCUE
SURF COACH SAFETY & RESCUE
SURF COACH SAFETY & RESCUE
SURF COACH SAFETY & RESCUE
SURF COACH SAFETY & RESCUE

SURF COACH SAFETY & RESCUE COURSES

Change your life

SLSGB BEACH LIFESAVING COURSES PEMBROKESHIRE, WALES

SLSGB SURF COACH SAFETY & RESCUE COURSES

  • 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)

QUALIFICATION INFORMATION

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)

1. Attend the paddle boarding SUP Surf coaching course

2. Complete your 10 practical coaching hours, this includes completed session records and venue analysis signed off by a supervisor coach

3. Hold current safety certificates as per Flat Water accreditation

4. Complete workbook and return to ISA Course Organiser / Course Presenter

On completion of these requirements your ISA paddle boarding SUP Surf coaching accreditation will be endorsed and a new coaching card will be issued. The coaching card can be used as evidence to gain employment with a ISA affiliated SUP school.

  • 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

Surf Coach Safety & Rescue

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. 

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)

National Operating Authority for the Duke of Edinburgh (DofE) Awards. Selected clubs are able to deliver the different levels of awards through club volunteering activity. The concept of the DofE is simple – anyone aged 14 to 24 can do a programme at one of three progressive levels which, when successfully completed, lead to a Bronze, Silver or Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. DofE programmes are all about getting out there, having fun and self-development.  Everyone can achieve something. You’ll find yourself helping people or the community, getting fitter, developing skills, going on an expedition and taking part in a residential activity (Gold only). DofE within Surf Life saving offers a unique opportunity to be actively involved in beach sport and with a community that saves lives and prevents drowning.

ISA Flat Water SUP Coaching Accreditation.

ISA Paddle Boarding Courses Dates

We look forward to having you on our course.

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SURF COACH SAFETY & RESCUE COURSES

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ILS - ISA - SLSGB Surf Coach Safety & Rescue Syllabus

SLSGB ILS LIFEGUARD COURSES

AIM

  • To provide a National award for the Beach Lifeguard Course covering; fitness, practical lifeguarding skills & knowledge, rescue, life support & first aid in Wales and the rest of the UK
  • Be a minimum of 16 years of age on the date of Assessment
  • Be able to swim 400 meters in the open ocean.
  • Be medically and physically fit
  • Minimum hours 20 prior to assessment. 

24 months from the date of the Assessment.

Complete a swim of 200 metres in the sea.

Demonstrate two releases selected by the Assessor.

In Open Water, demonstrate effectively the ability to carry out the following:

  • Thorough knowledge and understanding of all signals
  • Swim 100 meters (fins optional) to an unconscious, non-breathing patient. Demonstrate deep water EAV during which time the patient shall be deemed to have become conscious. Bring the patient to shore and demonstrate appropriate aftercare. The exercise must be carried out under simulated rescue conditions with an appropriate attempt to perform the rescue ‘as quickly as possible’.
  • Rescue an unconscious, non-breathing, patient 150 meters from the shore using a rescue board.
  • Demonstrate deep water supported EAV and return with the patient to the shore
  • Rescue a conscious patient from the sea (approx. 50m from shore) without equipment demonstrating appropriate patient management and care.
  • Acting as a Lifeguard, as a team leader and as part of a team, initiate the appropriate procedures at an incident and provide aftercare for 1 or 2 patients from a previously unknown simulated emergency situation. At the completion of the test, complete an Incident Report Form.
  • As part of a team, rescue a prone patient with a suspected spinal injury and remove to safety.

Demonstrate appropriate action and aftercare

  • Answer 5 questions from the worksheets (Beach Environment section) without referring to any notes. A mark of at least 4 is accepted as the minimum score permitted.
  • Answer 10 questions from the worksheets (Lifeguard Techniques section) without referring to any notes. A mark of at least 8 is accepted as the minimum score permitted.
  • Answer 5 questions from the worksheets (Communication section) without referring to any notes.
  • A mark of at least 4 is accepted as the minimum score permitted.

Using a live simulated unconscious patient (not a manikin) demonstrate:

  • Scene safety and assessment
  • Turning a patient from prone to supine
  • Open the airway & check for signs of life
  • The action for vomiting and blockages
  • The recovery position and aftercare
  • Using a suitable adult manikin, demonstrate CPR and the use of supplementary oxygen via an effective method.
  • Obtain an airway on a suspected spinal injury patient using jaw thrust

Demonstrate CPR on a:

  • Child manikin
  • Baby manikin

Acting individually, initiate the appropriate procedures at an incident and provide the aftercare 1 patient from a previously unknown simulated first aid situation.

Answer 10 questions from the worksheets (First Aid and Resuscitation section) without referring to any notes.

  • Complete the syllabus for Assessment:

    The Assessment may be completed in sections providing that ALL sections are completed within three calendar months.

    Candidates MUST complete Section 1 (Fitness) before completing Section 2 (Lifeguard Skills, Knowledge & Rescue).

    Should the Assessment be completed over a 3 month period, the 24-month validity will commence from the date on which the first section was completed.

    When the award is renewed, the candidate may complete the Assessment one month prior to the expiration date of the old award. In this case, the 24 month period will start on the expiration date of the old award.

We look forward to having you on our course.

ILS / ISA Surf Coach Safety & Rescue Courses - SLSGB Beach Lifesaving Courses Pembrokeshire, Wales UK

SLSGB Surf Coach Safety & Rescue Courses

SLSGB NARS SURF LIFE SAVING & SURFING COACH SAFETY & RESCUE COURSES

We offer a range of SLSGB ILS Beach lifeguard courses of varying intensity and refresher courses for those who need to re-register with the relevant recognised  bodies. We also offer combined course packages so as you can become an ISA surf coach too. All of the beach lifeguard course certifications we deliver are international recognised  beach lifeguard courses award (ILS) ranging from junior lifesaving through to advanced beach lifeguard qualifications.These courses are not for the faint hearted! The training involves running, swimming and rescuing plus dragging casualties through the surf zone and up the beach using rescue boards and rescue tubes. The courses also cover lifeguard and first aid theory, basic life support, and spinal management.

Surf Coach Safety & Rescue

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. View the full course specification Below

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

Minimum Guided Learning Hours

24hrs + completion of pre course online learning content (Est 8 hrs)

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