Posted by: CTC Training
When it comes to pool safety, your knowledge and skills can mean the difference between life and death. This is precisely why the emergency pool responder course is of immense value for the leisure sector. But how long does it take to complete this invaluable course?
At CTC Training, we run two versions of the course — STA and RLSS — both of which are run over two days (usually 09:00-17:00). This includes contact time with a tutor and excludes break times, changing times, etc.
Inside the Course: From Theory to Practice
The course is designed with a holistic approach, providing you with an understanding of the potential emergencies you may face in a poolside environment. The first day of the course is delivered in a classroom and is primarily focused on theory, covering topics like pool safety, risk assessment and accident prevention.
The second day is devoted to practical skills. You will be given hands-on training in areas such as poolside rescue techniques, CPR and first aid. This crucial day of training allows you to practice your skills in a controlled, supervised environment.
Entry Requirements for the Emergency Pool Responder Course
The emergency pool responder course is designed to be accessible. You must be at least 16 years of age and have a basic level of fitness to ensure you can perform the practical aspects of the course. Prior experience in poolside safety or first aid is not necessary, making this course an excellent entry point for those interested in the field.
Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a certificate of competence. This certification, recognised across the UK, will make you an appealing prospect for employers seeking qualified emergency pool responders.
Benefits of Completing the Emergency Pool Responder Course
By successfully completing the emergency pool responder course, you will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to effectively respond to poolside emergencies. This qualification can prove essential for individuals involved in pool management, from fitness clubs to leisure centres.
Not only does this course provide vital life-saving skills, but it also boosts professional credibility. It can be a key asset for individuals seeking advancement in their roles, or for businesses looking to enhance their safety standards and reputation.
The emergency pool responder course offered by CTC Training offers you a quick yet comprehensive route to becoming an emergency pool responder. Despite the short duration of two days, the course manages to provide essential knowledge and practical skills that could make a life-saving difference.
You can enrol up to 12 participants in each course. Sign up today to ensure your pool is fully protected and safe for everyone.