Bronze Cross teaches the distinction between lifesaving and life guarding, emergency procedure principles and teamwork. Candidates learn to rescue a victim with a suspected or actual spinal injury and a victim with no pulse. Bronze Cross is a prerequisite for many other training programs in the Adventure Tourism Industry as employment requirement for many water based businesses. According to the literature of the Royal Lifesaving Society of Canada, the certifying body, the Bronze Cross is designed for lifesavers seeking challenge in more advanced training and the principles of safe supervisor practices for aquatic facilities. Students will be encouraged to pursue this certification by challenging the exam or following the training after the program finishes. It will not be examined as part of the program overall mark.
Age 14, Bronze Medallion, Senior Resuscitation