These programs will be running as a cohorted lesson, this means that students and instructors may come within 2 meters (6ft) of each other without face coverings (when unavoidable). All efforts will be made to maintain physical distancing and face coverings when within 2 meters (6ft) but some rescues and procedures done in the pool cannot be done wearing a mask and require multiple individuals. We ask that all participants limit contact with any other personal cohorts for the duration of this 10- week program to preserve the integrity of the cohorted lesson.
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Learn the skills required to prevent and respond to aquatic incidents This program covers both the Bronze Medallion and Bronze Cross courses. You can register for this program if you are 13 years old OR if you’ve completed your Bronze Star. Participants require a Canadian Lifesaving Manual which can be purchased at EHLC or KLC.