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LSS Lifesaving Sport Coach Level 1

Coach lifesaving sport! The Lifesaving Sport Coach Level 1 certification course provides training for lifesaving instructors who wish to coach lifesaving sport at the community level. The course focuses on the fundamentals of coaching and lifesaving sport skills in the pool or in open water, increasing the competencies of lifesaving coaches at the community program level. Prerequisites: Lifesaving Instructor and Emergency First Aid.

LSS National Lifeguard - Pool

This nationally recognized program will help you become a lifeguard! Course components include learning to recognize, interpret and deal with emergency situations, carrying out rescue procedures, and providing emergency care. The primary emphasis is on accident prevention, leadership, teamwork and communication. Prerequisites: Minimum 16 years old (by the end of course), Bronze Cross and Standard First Aid.

LSS National Lifeguard - Pool

This nationally recognized program will help you become a lifeguard! Course components include learning to recognize, interpret and deal with emergency situations, carrying out rescue procedures, and providing emergency care. The primary emphasis is on accident prevention, leadership, teamwork and communication. Prerequisites: Minimum 16 years old (by the end of course), Bronze Cross and Standard First Aid. The program fee includes the LSS certification fee and required materials.

Mad Science - Eureka!

Welcome to the world of inventions! Children will be challenged to overcome a series of daily tasks by using their brains, brawn, tips, from famous inventors, cool equipment, and simple machines. They'll create catapults and forts, design their own light sabers, and assemble a set of circuits using batteries and light bulbs. While Thomas Edison said invention is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration, this camp is 100% FUN! Each day is unique but they are all designed to be fun, exciting, and hands-on.
Camp-Day Themes include: Shipwrecked, Whiz Kids, Rock-Paper-Scissors, Think Fast, Science Fiction.

Mad Science - Flight Academy

The week will fly by as we travel through time looking at the earliest flying machines right up to modern day rocket launches. We'll cover it all. Become a Junior Aviator and discover the principals of flight and aerodynamics. Zip up your space suit for a planetary tour while we investigate the wonders of our very own Milky Way. Join your fellow astronauts as we send an awesome Mad Science rocket to the moon...well at least into the sky! As Mad Science Technicians, you will build sundials, Skyblazer rockets, and parachutes and test your designs in our incredible wind tunnel simulator. It will be a blast!

Mad Science - Rocket Camp

Yes we are Rocket Scientists! And you can be too! Blast to the top of the class with an in-depth look at all things ROCKET! This action-packed week focuses on the physics of rocket flight, the parts of a rocket, and rocket launches. You will experience every aspect of rocket launching as you join a different crew each day. Prepare for launch, send your rockets into the sky, and track their altitudes as we launch 10 different rockets each week! You are certain to have a blast exploring, building, and launching many varieties of rockets.

Mad Science - Science Sleuths

An awesome week of sleuthing, investigating, and discovery awaits you! Send messages to your friends with your very own secret code wheels. Hunt down animal tracks and follow hidden scent trails during a day of nature discoveries. Lemon Shockers, Brain Goo and Electroplating will thrill all junior chemists. Children will build their own cool Stereoscopic Viewer to see far-off planets in 3D and become a Mad Science Junior Astronomer.

RHLC Summer Camp

If you can swim at a Swimmer Level 5 or higher, join the Richmond Hill Lifesaving Club Summer Camp! This fun aquatic camp focuses on lifesaving sport skills development, both in the pool and at the waterfront. Campers become comfortable using lifesaving rescue aids such as rescue tubes, throw ropes and paddleboards. Dry-land sessions include exploring first aid and CPR scenarios. Every Wednesday, the group will travel by bus to Scarborough Bluffers Beach for open water swimming, board paddling and beach skills and events. Prerequisite: Swimmer Level 5 or higher.

The Great Outdoors

Come and learn about the great outdoors. Campers will learn about the natural environment and how we can protect our earth through hands on activities and exploration. Campers will participate in a variety of different games and crafts that focus on the environment. Campers will also spend as much time as possible outside enjoying and learning about all types of weather. Children will explore a natural trail that features a stream and lots of green space. Campers will enjoy weekly waterpark activities. Campers should be appropriately dressed for outdoor activities.

Live on Location Feature Film & Commercials

Join other film makers in the director's chair this summer for a blockbuster of epic proportions. In our totally re-designed workshop, film making crews will work together with real film makers to story board, script wrirte, location scout, and shoot their original film in eye-catching HD. Once complete, crews will edit their movie on Final Cut Pro X and create an authentic movie trailer to advertise their film. Family and friends will join crews at the Directors Cut red carpet film festival at the end of the week.
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