RLSS NBLQ

Vocational qualification

In Newquay

£ 289 VAT inc.

Description

  • Typology

    Vocational qualification

  • Location

    Newquay

  • Duration

    6 Days

Description

To ensure candidates have the knowledge required to be able to operate in the beach environment, and that the have the mental and physical ability to deal with the challenges that will provide. This includes managing the beach and water population in addition to dealing with medical emergencies, initiating water rescue and liaising with the emergency services.
Suitable for: Persons requiring an internationally recognised Beach Life qualification

Facilities

Location

Starts

Newquay (Cornwall)
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Lusty Glaze Beach / Lusty Glaze Road, TR7 3AE

Starts

On request

To take into account

Candidates must be a minimum of 16 years of age, be physically fit, and be able to swim 16 length sof a 25 m pool in under 8 minutes as well as be able to handle the surf environment. In addition to the physical aspects of the course, candidates must be able to demonstrate knowledge and competencies with regards to first aid / lifesupport and lifeguard skills.

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Teachers and trainers (5)

Barry Hall

Barry Hall

Instructor / Assessor

Dave Whelan

Dave Whelan

Training Centre Manager

Ex-military instructor specialising in rope and water rescue, currently responding for the ambulance service. National Trainer Assessor for the RLSS.

Dominic Ferris

Dominic Ferris

Instructor / Assessor

Water sports instructor specialising in water related sports injuries.

Matt  Meek

Matt Meek

Instructor / Assessor

Ex military instructor specialising in water rescue and sports injuries.

Olaf Mathar

Olaf Mathar

Senior Instructor

Senior iinstructor with many years experience, specialising in water rescue and ski rescue.

Course programme

Course review:

An intensive, demanding 6 day course, 5 days of tuition through a combination of classroom theory and open water / beach practical sessions culminating in a final day of assessments.

To ensure candidates have the knowledge required to be able to operate in the beach environment, and that the have the mental and physical ability to deal with the challenges that will provide. This includes managing the beach and water population in addition to dealing with medical emergencies, initiating water rescue and liaising with the emergency services.

RLSS NBLQ

£ 289 VAT inc.