PHED 1440 – Lifeguard Training r.2012 (Red Cross)
TO VIEW THE LIFEGUARD COURSE OFFERINGS:
- Go to Available Courses
- Click “Search by subject, day, time and site”
- Select Term
- Lifeguard Course is listed under “Physical Education(PHED)”
- Campus should be “Flanagan”
- Click “Class Search”
- Text: Lifeguard Training
Class Times: (Each course listed is a separate and complete course)
|Lifeguard Training||(Fall and Spring Semesters)||Tuesdays||4:00-6:30 pm|
|Lifeguard Training Summer #1
|May 2-4, 2014||Friday
|Lifeguard Training Summer #2
|May 9-11, 2014||Friday
|Lifeguard Training Summer #3
|May 16-18, 2014||Friday
|Lifeguard Training Summer #4
|May 30-June 1, 2014|| Friday
|Lifeguard Training Summer #5
|June 6-8, 2014||Friday
TO REGISTER FOR THE LIFEGUARD COURSE:
- If you have taken credit courses at CCRI prior, you can login to your MyCCRI Account and register
- If you have never taken classes at CCRI prior, you must register in person.
- If you are a high school student you will need the High School Enrichment Form
Fees: Link to College fees
Kevin S. Salisbury
Office: Athletic Fieldhouse, Flanagan Campus
Office Hours: By appointment (usually in office 45 minutes prior to class)
Prerequisites: (administered during first hour of class)
- Must be 15 Years old.
- Swim 300 yards continuously using crawl stroke and breaststroke.
- Starting in the water, swim 20 yards using front crawl or breaststroke, surface dive 7-10 feet, retrieve 10-pound object, return to surface, swim 20 yards back with your face out of the water to the starting point with
the object and exit the water without using ladders or steps, within 1 minute, 40 seconds.
- Tread water for 2 minutes with legs only. (Hands must remain in both armpits)
- These skills must be met in order to remain in the course.
|Pre||Pre-course Testing, Preventing Disease Transmission (Handout for Bloodbourne)|
|1||The Professional Lifeguard and Facility Safety|
|2||Facility Safety, Patron Surveillance and Injury Prevention|
|3||Injury Prevention and Rescue Skills Part 1|
|4||Rescue Skills Part 2|
|5||Before Providing Care, Victim Assessment and Breathing Emergencies|
|6||Cardiac Emergencies and Using an AED|
|8||Caring for Head, Neck, and Back injuries|
|9||Final Written Exam and Final Skill Scenarios|
|Attend all class sessionsSuccessfully complete two exams with an 80% on eachSuccessfully complete final skills scenarioPerform all critical skills necessary|
|Lifeguard Training, CPR, AED and First Aid, and Bloodbourne Pathogens – 2 years|
Students should also refer to the following web page for a complete description of Classroom/Conduct rules and regulations. You are expected to know them and abide by them.
Violation of any of these rules (including those in the Student Disciplinary Code) may result in discipline that could include expulsion from this course.
Students with Special Needs
Any student with a documented disability may arrange reasonable accommodations. As part of this process, students are encouraged to contact the office of Disability Services for Students as early in the semester as possible.
LIFEGUARDS INTERESTED IN RI STATE LIFEGUARD POSITIONS AT BEACHES, PONDS, AND LAKES
If a participant passes this course and wishes to work at a RI State Beach, Pond, or Lake, they must take a separate test that is administered by the State of Rhode Island. You must bring your certifications that you receive from this Lifeguarding Course to the State test. If you are under the age of 18 a parent or guardian must be with you in order to take the test. The link to the test dates are below.
Lifeguard Instructor Course
Instructor: Kevin S. Salisbury
Office: Athletic Fieldhouse, Flanagan Campus
Hours: By appointment (usually in office 45 minutes prior to class)
- Must be 17 Years old.
- Possess a current certification in Lifeguarding/CPR/AED/First Aid.
- Successfully complete the Online Session to the course.
- Successfully complete the Precourse Session.
- Obtain the Lifeguard Instructor’s Manual and the participant manual.
To Register: Contact Kevin Salisbury at 401. 333.7324
Here is a list of information that may be helpful:
- 10 Commandments of Lifeguards
- Accident Report Review
- Alcohol and Lifeguarding
- Diving and Spinal Injury
- Characteristics of Drowning Individuals
- Facility Liability
- Good Samaritan Law
- Incident Report Form
- Law Article
- Lifeguard Awareness
- NY Drowning
- Pool Accidents and ages
- Risk management and EMS
- Surveillance Practice Forms
- Weather and Lifeguarding
- Incident Reports
- Guard Rotation
- Rescuing The Rescuers
- Setting Lifeguard Expectations
- Getting The Message(texting)
- Surveillance Testing
- Chlorine Demand Issues and disease
- In-Service Communication Scenario
- Asthma and Infants Age 2 and Younger
- Ventialtion in Pools
- Lifeguard Handbook
- Lifeguards and Texting
- In-service Training for Confrontation
- Hiring Lifeguards
- The Drowning Process
- In Water Ventilations
- CPR Teamwor
Here is a list of several online aquatic communities:
- www.usla.org – United States Lifesaving Association
- www.lifesaving.com – Lifesaving Resources
- www.aquaticsintl.blogspot.com – Aquatics International
- www.waterparkresortstoday.blogspot.com – Waterpark Resorts
- www.aquatictherapist.com – Aquatics Therapy
- www.riredcross.org – Rhode Island Red Cross
- www.collegeswimming.com – College Swimming
- www.swimmingcoach.org – American Swimming Coaches Association