Lifeguard recertification training with First Aid and CPR/AED. This program allows you to extend or recertify your certifications for two more years. Save $100 today with special Grant!
LIFEGUARD RECERTIFICATION COURSE WITH FIRST AID AND CPR/AED
Regardless of whether you took your original lifeguard training with us or the American Red Cross or your previous certification has expired, you can recert through us and obtain a two-year certification. If you did not initially get certified through us, you only need to email us a copy of your previous certificate after registering, so we may add it to your file.
The American Lifeguard Association® is pleased to announce that we have secured a national grant to lower our Lifeguard and safety training fees. These funds will be made available until they are exhausted. The price reflects a special $100 discount due to the grant we received, for our regular price is $255. The funds are limited, so register today to ensure you can take advantage of the grant.
The American Lifeguard Association (ALA) has the support of Global Lifeguards and the Swimming Pool and Spa Foundation, which are 501(c)(3) nonprofit associations that oversee beaches and swimming pools. ALA works directly with employers nationwide to help train lifeguard professionals. The primary purpose of ALA is to reduce drownings and to help keep our swimming pools, beaches, and waterways safer.
TUITION ASSISTANCE WITH INTEREST-FREE PAYMENTS. With the grant, you may pay in full $155 today or 4 installments of only $38.75 each with no interest charge and no credit check. If you want to pay installments, you need only to select the ShopPay option at check out to pay $38.75 today to start your training.
To enroll in this program, click the ADD TO CART and proceed to check out. You can complete the certification program right away or at any time during the year. We offer a 30-day money-back guarantee and a 30-day price match guarantee. If you find a lower price for your training or are not completely satisfied, simply email us and request a refund.
The American Lifeguard Association promotes the safe and enjoyable use of aquatic environments through public service announcements and national news media interviews. The Association’s opinion and viewpoints have been aired numerous times over the decades, on network shows such as NBC Today Show, Good Morning America, Doctors, and Weather Channel. It has also worked with all the national news networks such as ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC. To learn more about our Association and read the latest news stories regarding the American Lifeguard Association nationwide efforts in the lifesaving profession, we ask that you tap American Lifeguard Association News.
The American Lifeguard and Safety Training™ is a trademark of the American Lifeguard Association health and safety courses. The American Lifeguard Association has trained over 250,000 individuals worldwide. Our program's skills reflect ECC science and findings from the United States Lifeguard Standards Coalition Report.
The American Lifeguard Association has been listed over the years with the CDC Healthy Swimming website. In addition, the U.S. Department of Labor and the General Service Administration (GSA) has determined that the American Lifeguard Association offers lifeguard certification programs similar to those provided by the American Red Cross.
The certification program is accomplished through an instructor-led video training program with online materials and a final online exam that lets you get certified right away as an individual or in a small group. The training can be accomplished on your own and at your own pace. Upon completing your online portion of the program, you will be issued a two-year national certification in lifeguarding, CPR/AED, and First Aid. All the training materials, including the videos, will remain available to you throughout your two years of certification so that you can refresh your skills at any time. With this blended program, the employers assess your skills and encourage you to continue practicing the skills through in-service training.
With our blended program, the employers are to ensure that each Lifeguard candidate has all the skills and knowledge necessary for the position they are being considered. The employer also needs to make sure the candidate meets the physical and all other elements before starting employment.
With new national standards, all facilities must establish ways to confirm and maintain adequate skills competency for all lifeguards, including new, returning, seasonal, and current lifeguards. Required certifications and pre-employment tests can be part of that process but do not eliminate the need for on-site orientation and in-service training. By doing so the employers will meet the new U.S. Department of Labor's OSHA Good Faith Efforts.
The national standards also state that the screening tests should not be so strict that they end up excluding lifeguard candidates whose skills are not as good but whose dedication and personal characteristics could make them a better lifeguard than a person who can swim faster.
Once you register, we will email all your information and materials needed to complete the program. Students who complete this course will receive a certificate for Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED, which is valid for 2 years. Our programs may be eligible for Continuing Education Unit (CEU) and college elective credits.
You may renew your lifeguard certification with us, regardless of whether you initially took your training with the American Lifeguard Association. We ask that you email us a copy of your previous certification to firstname.lastname@example.org once you registered so that we may keep a copy with your records.
The purpose of the American Lifeguard course is to teach candidates the knowledge and skills needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies. Upon completing the Lifeguard course, each participant will receive an American Lifeguard Certificate indicating Lifeguard, CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer, and First Aid, all valid for two years. As with all certifications, the employer should ensure that each Lifeguard candidate has all the skills and knowledge necessary for the position they are being considered. The employer needs to make sure the candidate meets the physical and all other elements before starting employment.