HOW RLSS UK USE YOUR DATA
By completing this form, you agree to RLSS UK and its two limited companies RLSS UK Enterprises Limited (trading as RLSS Direct) and IQL UK Limited processing and storing your personal data for the purpose of fulfilling our contract to provide you with your award or qualification. We promise your personal data will only be used by RLSS UK, RLSS Direct and IQL UK Limited. We will keep your data safe and will never share it with other organisations without your permission.
COURSE FEE £280.00 Cheques made payable to: Southern Swimming Pool
Please note this fee is non-refundable, non-transferable unless otherwise agreed with a Trainer Assessor. We reserve the right to charge any Trainer Assessor fees incurred due to re-sits of the final assessment.
The internationally recognised Royal Lifesaving Society (RLSS UK) National Pool Lifeguard Qualification (NPLQ) is not only a qualification that will train you to become a Pool Lifeguard but can also be a stepping stone into a career within the leisure industry. In order to perform lifeguard duties, candidates must be physically fit, have good vision and hearing, be mentally alert and self-disciplined. The course requires a minimum of 36 hours training and requires 100% attendance. The course will be delivered using a variety of methods including:
Flip Chart Exercises
Guided Group Discussions and Activities
Practical Demonstrations and Training
The NPLQ certificate is valid for 2 years from the date of successful completion of the course.
The NPLQ covers all elements of Pool Rescue Techniques, Lifeguard Theory, First Aid and CPR. The course is physically demanding and will include swimming to set times, lifting casualties and diving to the deepest part of the pool. Approved prior learning can be applied upon proof of certification, please ask your trainer for further details. For full details on the courses content and to view IQL UK policies, please visit https://www.rlssdirect.co.uk/policies-and-marketing/
You are required to bring the following items to the course:
Photographic Identification (must be shown to the trainer on the first day of the course)
Shorts and t-shirt to be worn in the water
Pen / pencil
Some of the days may include water work on more than one occasion and candidates may prefer to bring two sets of towels, shorts and t-shirts.
The NPLQ course syllabus and practical skills are continually assessed by the course trainer and a suitable level competence must be achieved to be put forward for a final independent assessment. The assessment will include written theory questions and practical demonstrations of water rescue skills, CPR and First Aid.
If you have any questions prior to the start of the course, please feel free to contact your course coordinator using the details below.