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Open Water Course
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Glenwood High School Community use located in Glenrothes, have organised an Emergency Response Open Water Course starting on the 23rd October 2012.
This 16 hour rescue programme is designed by the Royal Life Saving Society to provide training in first aid, safe land based rescues and the use of rescue aids. The course is designed for those working in open spaces adjacent to water such as boating attendant’s, park recreation assistant’s, inland or coastal ranger’s or beach warden’s.
This award isn’t a lifeguard qualification, but is recognised in various open water codes of practice as the basic qualification that gives you a degree of competence in lifesaving situations.
DON’T BE PUT OFF: Candidates for the Emergency Response Open Water Award do not need to be strong swimmers, but must be prepared to learn basic, practical lifesaving skills and be 16 years of age at the time of assessment.
The cost of the course is £85 has received ILA (Individual Learning Account) approval and the ILA Scotland scheme covers a variety of approved courses.
Anyone living in Scotland, aged 16 years & over and earning less than £22,000 a year may be eligible to apply for a £200 learning account which can be used to pay for the Emergency Response Open Water Course.
The course time table can be down loaded and should you require any further information contact:
Glenwood High School Community Use
South Parks Road
Tell: 01592 583491
For timetable click here