By Bhushan, Vikas
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You must be able to clearly see every part of your zone. In order to physically do this you: Cannot allow yourself to be distracted, even for a second, or some part of your zone will not be scanned. Must continually move your head. You cannot just move your eyes. Must be able to swim to the farthest part of your zone within 20 seconds. Must be able to identify the problem areas or blind spots and take corrective measures to insure that these areas are being protected. Every facility should have a chart showing the zones for each lifeguard position.
All courses include Lifeguard First Responder first aid skills and CPR certification for adults, children and infants. 2. If you do not pass all the requirements for any class you are taking, you must take the entire course again to be eligible for a license. General information about the NPWLTP license: 1. Your license becomes valid only when you: Meet prerequisities Demonstrate proper attitude, maturity and judgement Pass all practical (water and CPR) examinations Pass all written examinations wit h an 80% score: Complete site-specific training at your facility Your license may be revoked for cause at any time.
You have to know all of the responsibilities of your position, and must maintain your knowledge and skill levels. You must recognize, respond to, and manage aquatic emergencies quickly and effectively. 1 Provide proper care to guests when needed. 2 As a lifeguard,you need to look professional and be easily recognizable. You will be evaluated as a professional lifeguard on a daily basis, by both the guests and your employer, while you are at work. You should also evaluate yourself on a continuous basis.
Anatomy by Bhushan, Vikas