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Singapore’s lifesaving swimming classes comprise of six modules, such as lifesaving 123 and BM, that the Singapore Life Saving Society approves.
Missions to teach and promote to individuals and organizations the significance of water safety, awareness, and rescue and resuscitation techniques.
Upon successful completion of the five core life-saving modules, Lifesaving 1,2,3, Bronze Medallion, and CPR training – all participants will get five certificates and be recognized as Certified Lifeguards qualified to accept part-time and full-time life guarding positions.
To develop fundamental knowledge, comprehension, and practical skill for water rescue scenarios.
Following the Lifesaving 123 Award, the Bronze Medallion is the next step in becoming a qualified lifeguard. With a time constraint, this training stresses swimming fitness and rescue methods. Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation training is offered as a necessary ability for resuscitating unconscious casualties who are not breathing.
The Lifesaving 123 Award course is divided into three sections that teach swimmers water safety foundations, theory and practical components of land-based and water-based non-contact rescue, and resuscitation abilities. Trainees should be strong swimmers because the course will focus on lifesaving methods rather than swimming strokes.
The Singapore Life Saving Society will grant trainees who pass the three essential lifesaving tests Lifesaving 123 badges and certificates after completing all training phases.
Lifesaving is a talent that may be used to save someone’s life on land or in water.
Advantages of learning lifesaving skills:
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In compliance with the SLSS Awards Syllabus, Friendly Dolphin Swim School offers thorough and systematic lifesaving education.
To acquire the skills and information necessary to avoid, identify, and respond to aquatic emergencies, trainees undertake basic to advanced lifeguarding training courses.
The spectrum of lifesaving courses offered by the SLSS Award Syllabus begins with Learn to Swim Aquapak Awards and Basic Lifesaving 1 Award and ends with the Lifesaving Teacher Award.
To become a certified lifeguard, a person must enroll in Lifesaving 123 training, followed by Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Bronze Medallion courses.
The learner will be allowed to work as a Professional Lifeguard in swimming pools after completing the Bronze Medallion and CPR Courses.
Bronze Cross and Silver Cross Courses are for people who seek to patrol open waters as Professional Lifeguards.
A lifeguard may pursue the Pool Lifeguard Award, Award of Merit, Distinction Award, Lifesaving Instructor, and even Lifesaving Teacher to get higher-level credentials.
Lifesaving is a noble term for saving lives on land and in water through rescue, first aid, and CPR.
Ever wonder how to become a lifeguard and what classes are required to become a certified lifesaver? Here are a few prerequisites to assist you:
In this three-four sessions curriculum, you will master the theoretical applications of water safety, survival in water, rescue concepts, and aftercare for emergencies.
Following is a brief summary of each course’s objectives:
To teach swimmers and non-swimmers water safety, survival, swimming, and lifesaving abilities.
To provide basic land-based dry rescue techniques and water safety information.
To convey fundamental water safety and land-based non-contact rescue skills and information.
To learn more foundational skills and knowledge in water safety, resuscitation, and non-contact land-based rescues.
To enhance water safety, resuscitation, and rescue abilities in preparation for the Bronze Medallion.
To give hands-on training in Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) procedures and associated emergency treatment.
The Bronze Medallion Award (BM) course aims to provide a fundamental level of knowledge, awareness, and practical skill for water rescue scenarios.
The Pool Lifeguard Award (PLG) course aims to achieve standards of knowledge, judgment, physical fitness, and other attributes appropriate for supervising swimmers in swimming pools.
To train trained lifesavers in open water lifesaving and emergency care skills.
Aim: To offer further hands-on experience in CPR and associated emergency care procedures.
Aim: To gain a deeper awareness of, and practical skill in, water rescue scenarios.
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To educate fundamental water safety and land-based non-contact rescue techniques and knowledge.
Introduction to fundamental water safety, water hazards, and swimming pool water rescue.
Determine the behaviors of non-swimmers and poor swimmers.
Basic land-based rescue ability, such as
Develop preliminary skills and understanding in water safety, CPR, and non-contact land rescues.
Introduction to water rescue, open-water risks, and mouth-to-mouth resuscitation for unconscious victims (CPR).
Identify the motions of a non-swimmer, a weak swimmer, a swimmer with a limb injury, and a swimmer who is asleep and not breathing.
Land-based emergency rescue procedures, such as Rope Rescue and Non-Contact Tow Rescue, for a scenario including an unwilling victim.
Capability to swim 150 meters in any recognized stroke comfortably.
“Through this lifesaving training, I’ve received much information. Previously, I frequently pondered what to do in life-threatening situations. This training has provided me with all the knowledge and addressed all the why, what, when, how, and who questions for all events requiring these talents.
The lifesaving trainers in the program are all aquatic specialists who have experienced life-threatening situations while diving. I’m delighted I picked this school for lifesaving; the instructor’s perspective, expertise, and knowledge are truly useful. I learned how fragile and precious life is. I would suggest this training to everyone who enjoys swimming in open water and to anyone who wants to assist themselves and others. Master a skill that will last a lifetime.
– Rachel Ngiam
“I began with Friendly Dolphin after a decade-year break from my lifesaving 123 training, and after the first few classes, I realized the physical limitations of being out of practice for so long. On the other hand, Coach Lin was diligent in ensuring that I fixed my fundamentals and achieved passing times. Coach Lin’s professional success, I believe, stems from his persistent effort and out-of-the-box scenarios that kept the class thinking, challenging his pupils to fully utilize all of the skills and knowledge that we gained from the training. He is also eager to address and discuss any issues that may arise. Coach Lin’s passion and subject expertise, in short, kept me going under his supervision.”
– Thomas Lim
During this program, I learned a lot and got a lot of experience by assessing different skills in different situations. We met a real-life example of a man suffering a severe cramp in the water during the exam. My exam colleagues and I were initially terrified and unsure of what to do. Coach Lim then reassured both the sufferer and the lifeguards about the issue. Following that, he informed us about the most crucial aspect of the lesson. It is necessary to remain cool and examine the issue. Stay calm at all times; all inspired life savers out there. Do what you believe is correct. Best wishes on your journey.
– Roger Tan
“The Bronze Medallion examination went well for me. I was anticipating a lot of stamina training when my instructor initially informed me about the exam. It was exhausting at first, but as I became accustomed to the inspection routine, everything became simpler. It struck me as pretty essential. If a person can swim 8 laps freestyle without difficulty, I don’t think this Bronze Medallion exam will be too challenging. I did not anticipate passing the exam in less than four months, but I am relieved to have done so under their guidance.”
Questions? Check out the frequently asked questions below.
If you fail the bronze medallion, there is no need to repeat lifesaving 123. You need to retake the bronze medallion test. It should be noted that a bronze medallion certificate is required to become a certified lifeguard.
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