The Aqua-Guard program at NARC gives students the opportunity to develop swimming skills, water safety knowledge and carry out aquatic rescues. Water based games such as water polo are also a part of the program and are fun as well as building water confidence and fitness.
Aqua-Guards provides a fun learning environment with the aim of developing students and making them more employable in the aquatic industry.
Who can do it: This award is suitable for upper primary and junior secondary school students.
Aim: Students will develop skills and knowledge of safe water rescue and survival.
Pre-requisite: There is no age limit or prerequisite to get into the course but students are recommended to have passed all the primary swimming levels.
Who can do it: This award is suitable for secondary school students.
Aim:To develop the level of knowledge, judgement, technique and physical ability required to carry out safe water rescues.
Minimum age: 14 years or in the year in which the candidate turns 14.
Pre-requisite: It is advantageous if the candidate has achieved the Senior Swim and Survive and Bronze Star awards.
Aim: To develop the level of knowledge, judgement, technique and physical ability required to carry out water rescues and further enhance theory knowledge.
Pre-requisite: Bronze Medallion
To find out more about NARC AQUA-GUARDS call 9486 7200.