Why a Job in Aquatics? • Make a difference and potentially save a life by teaching swimming. • The best people skills are acquired when you interact daily with adults, children, seniors and special populations. • Keep your cool in any emergency because you will receive the best training and will practice with your co-workers to ensure you are ready for anything. • This job will prepare you for many careers: nursing, paramedic, doctor, teacher, recreation leadership, youth worker, etc. • A good reference can help you get to where you want to go and good job performance here is always something we like to brag about. How to Register All registrations must be done at the Customer Service Desk located at the Tillsonburg Community Centre: 45 Hardy Avenue Tillsonburg, Ontario N4G 3W9 If you are out of town, please give us a call at 519-688-9011 and speak with one of our Customer Service Representatives who will assist you in completing your registration. Please remember that all manuals are not included in the Course Price and must be purchased at the time of registration unless the candidate has a current manual already. For those candidates who were unsuccessful in the previous course, only the exam fees will be charged.
Employment with The Town of Tillsonburg To become a Lifeguard, Instructor, or Assistant Instructor with the Town of Tillsonburg, you will need the following certifications: Instructor - Swim and Lifesaving Instructor certification, Standard First Aid and National Lifeguard. Lifeguard - National Lifeguard and Standard First Aid certifications. Assistant Instructor - Bronze Cross, Standard First Aid and Assistant Swim Instructor certification. Recertification - Aquatic qualifications must be recertified in order to remain current. National Lifeguard - every two years Swim & Lifesaving Instructor - every two years Standard First Aid - every three years Please speak with a Program Coordinator for clarification.
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