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ISLA has certified over one-hundred lifeguards, conducted ten lifeguard training courses, performed over two-hundred rescues, and over one-thousand five-hundred preventative actions and medical aids, donated over twelve-thousand dollars of rescue equipment, and awarded over one-thousand dollars to local community youths for scholarships.
Surf life saving volunteers have been providing beach lifeguard training and patrolling the coast for more than half a century.
Alfie, who will receive a hero's welcome at his school during a special assembly, had previously been on a lifeguard training course near his home in Penzance, Cornwall.
Neil said: "I thought I'd broken my leg and knew from lifeguard training that I shouldn't move.
The two believe the pool, in addition to serving public school students during the school year, can have a far greater year-round use, including learn-to-swim programs for kids, lifeguard training and becoming part of the city's summertime Wheels-to-Water program.
Housing, bikes Although some students who apply to Anchor Aquatics already have lifeguard experience, the company offers lifeguard training in Bulgaria for those who demonstrate strong swimming skills as well as the ability to speak English.
The lifeguard training session is part of the municipality's summer swimming courses offered for the public, especially children to help them make their summer holidays more fruitful.
Following a recent successful lifeguard training course and local RNLI induction training, a team of nine lifeguards will patrol Southport and Ainsdale beaches throughout the 20-week summer season, which begins on Friday, April 22.