We're sorry, but this activity is over. The last meeting was Friday, August 19, 2022.
Bronze Medallion teaches lifesaving principles, incorporating the four components of water rescue education: judgment, knowledge, skill and fitness. Participants learn tows, carries and release methods in preparation for challenging rescues of increasing risk. They also learn to respond to increasingly complex situations, involving conscious and unconscious people, in contact and non-contact rescues. Endurance swim of 400 meters in 12 minutes is required for successful completion of this level. Successful participants receive the Bronze Medallion award. 100 % attendance and participation are required.
• Attend and participate in 100 % of the course.
• Successfully demonstrate competency in required skills, activities and final evaluation.
• If under 13 years of age: Bronze Star completed by the first day of the course.
• Age 13 and older: Bronze Star not required, must be 13 years of age by the last date of the course,
Next Lifesaving Level:
• Bronze Cross
Bronze Medallion awards are mailed to successful candidates by the Lifesaving Society Participants must give prerequisite to the instructor the first day of class: • Bronze Star or proof of age 13
Manuals required for the course (available at the pool): • Canadian Lifesaving Manual - approximate cost $ 45.00 • Bronze Medallion Workbook
The following items must be purchased in order to participate • 1 CPR pocket mask with a 1-way valve • 1 whistle (recommended Fox 40) • 6 pairs of latex-free gloves • 2 roller gauzes • 5 triangular bandages • 10 gauze pads • 1 golf pencil • 1 silver mylar blanket. You may choose to purchase a leadership kit containing these supplies at this facility or alternatively you may purchase on your own. 100 % attendance and participation are required.
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