Water Safety Supervisors
are volunteers who contribute to the success of all of our programs both by educating and keeping all participants safe in the water.
To be a Water Safety Supervisor you must:
- complete the Age Manager course PLUS
- complete the Water Safety Supervisor course.
A Water Safety supervisor is responsible for the water safety of the participants in the water.
A Water Safety supervisor will learn:
- Signs of drowning.
- Drowning prevention chain.
- Board rescue – conscious and unconscious patient.
- Tube rescue- conscious and unconscious patient.
- Surf awareness- beach type, rip current identification.
- Identification of causes of accidents and injuries
- CPR and first aid.
Prerequisite for participants in this course: swim 150 meters in 6 minutes & 1 minute float.
Water Safety is for those who are good swimmers and want to supervise in the water, and be on the rescue boards - this is a challenging course of 12 hours in total: 3 hours theory and 9 hours on the beach.
Upon completion of the Water-Safety course, participants will receive a ILSF Water Safety Certificate.
You are fully insured under the insurance policy of ILSF.**Please Note: All male volunteers over the age of 18 are required to have a Police clearance.