Lane 4 Aquatics
Aquatic Centre eNewsletter
Like us on Facebook

Lambton Pool

Telephone: (02) 4952 5522

Benifits of a bronze medallion.

Date: 28 November 2014

What is a bronze medallion you may ask?

The Bronze Medallion is recognised as the minimum standard for a qualified lifeguard. Having the bronze medallion also increases employment opportunities with many aquatic centres and pools.

There are many benefits to having a bronze medallion. These include:
-Enhancing your personal survival skills
-Being provided with the knowledge and skills to develop the level of judgement, technique and physical ability to safely carry out water rescues when necessary.
-Enhances your first aid skills.
-If successful you will walk away with both your bronze medallion certificate (valid for 12 months) and your resuscitaion certificate (valid 12 months).
-Allows you to enrol in a course to become a qualified lifeguard.
-it is a Nationally recognised certification.

 

There are many great benefits of obtaining the bronze medallion as outlined above. This certificate is one that opens up many job opportunities. You could have the confidence to rescue someone if need be. Want to find out more information about the bronze medallion and courses you could be involved in? Contact Royal Life Saving Australia or head to their website: www.royallifesaving.com.au



Caption Lifeguards working at Lane 4 Aquatics Lambton
Newcastle City Council