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Volunteer Workshop - Don Montgomery CRC

Volunteer training available only to Parks & Rec. volunteers. Please note that this is not a Leadership program.

LSS Coaching Clinic: Level 1

Lifesaving Sport Coach Level 1 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. Lifesaving Sport Coach Level 1 may teach and certify the Society¿s Lifesaving Sport Fundamentals program. Prerequisite: Lifesaving Instructor award, Emergency First Aid or Standard First Aid.

Instructors - Swim and Lifesaving

The combined Swim and Lifesaving Instructor course prepares the instructor to teach and evaluate swim strokes and lifesaving skills. Through classroom learning and in-water practice, instructor candidates explore proven teaching methods; learning strategies and activities; a variety of stroke and skill drills; effective correction techniques; and evaluation criteria. Practice teaching is emphasized throughout. Prerequisites: 16 years of age, and Bronze Cross (or higher) certification. The Swim and Lifesaving Instructor Combined Pac to be added at time of checkout/registration.

Lifesaving & Swim Instructor

This course prepares individuals to organize, plan, teach and evaluate basic swim strokes, lifesaving skills, first aid skills, resuscitation techniques and related skills. Candidates acquire proven teaching methods, a variety of stroke development drills and correction techniques. Swim Instructors teach candidates in all levels of the Swim for Life® program. Current Lifesaving Society Lifesaving Instructors teach the Canadian Swim Patrol, Bronze Programs and Emergency First Aid. Prerequisite: Age 16 years +, Bronze Cross or National Lifeguard and Assistant Instructor.

Safe Management Full course-Integration Counsellors

Safe Management's Crisis Intervention training system offers multi-level training based on level of risk and training needs of staff. Intended for staff working with participants who pose a moderate risk of escalation/aggression. This program provides both comprehensive training in risk management, relationship management, behaviour management, aggression management, as well as training in physical intervention skills.

Business - Starting Your Small Business: The Basics

Starting a business? In this 75-minute session learn the key steps of starting a business, including business registration, licences, taxes and regulations and more.

Aquatic Supervisor Training

In order to take this course a person must have worked at least 100 hours as an instructor or lifeguard, hold an NLS and have a written recommendation from their supervisor. Mandatory manual is required. ( Guide to Ontario Public Pools Regulation ). You must purchase the manual at the community centre front desk. Course Length: 12 hrs.

Swim, Lifesaving & Emergency First Aid Instructors

The Lifesaving Society Swim Instructor course prepares the instructor to teach and evaluate basic swim strokes and related skills. Candidates acquire proven teaching methods, a variety of stroke development drills and correction techniques. Current Swim Instructors teach and certify candidates in all levels of the Swim for Life® program. The Lifesaving Society Lifesaving Instructor course prepares individuals to organize, plan, teach and evaluate lifesaving and first aid skills and resuscitation techniques in the Society's lifesaving and first aid awards. Because the Society's first aid courses are recognized by the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board, the Society complies with the WSIB's request that only 'first aid instructors' teach WSIB approved courses. Required Materials: Lifesaving Instructor Pack will be charged at the time of registration. If not already owned; Current Canadian Lifesaving Manual and Current Canadian First Aid Manual may be purchased for an additional fee. Prerequisite: 16 years of age by the end of the course, Lifesaving Society Bronze Cross.

Brampton Learn to Skate Instructor (15+ Years)

The Brampton Learn to Skate Instructor Program prepares the instructor to teach and evaluate skating skills. Through classroom learning and on-ice practice, instructor candidate explore teaching methods, learning strategies and activities, effective correction techniques and evaluation criteria. Practice teaching is emphasized throughout. Participants will need to complete an on-ice skills assessment throughout this course. Required Equipment: Single-bladed ice skates and Canadian Standards Association (CSA) certified hockey helmet

Babysitter Training [C]

Looking to get into the babysitting business? Then this is the course for you! Learn the fundamentals of babysitting and safety in the home. Gain first-hand knowledge of caring for infants and children from the staff of Safety on Site (SOS). Cost includes instruction, manual and certificate. Please bring a lunch, drink, snack, pen and paper, and a large doll/teddy bear to practice on. No peanuts or nut products please! Age: 11-14