Lifeguarding is the most popular and most exciting role at Aqua Parcs. You will spend most of your day outdoors with plenty of time on the aqua park making our guest experience safe and exciting.In most shifts you will spend 3-5 hours on the park lifeguarding in 1-hour blocks with time in between sizing wetsuits and buoyancy aids. Our lifeguards are also responsible for cleaning and maintaining the park before we open with the supervision of a manger or supervisor.Following the RLSS advice all lifeguards that choose to work in an aqua park setting now need to complete the Aqua Park Module in addition to their current lifeguarding certificate. The Aqua Park Module is a 1 day add on which is tailored to the aqua park you work at. At Aqua Parcs we have worked hard to make the module as exciting and interactive as possible and will also serve as your induction training.
Are you interested in becoming an Open Water Lifeguard?
- Can you swim 400 meters with a sense of urgency?
- Can you tread water for a minimum of 2 minutes?
- Can you jump or dive into deep water?
If yes, then we can help you earn your accreditation to become a qualified open water lifeguard! If you already hold a valid RLSS NPLQ then we can help you get qualified to work in an open water environment too!
We offer a 3-day Open Water Lifeguard course for those with no current lifeguard qualification. For those with an NPLQ we offer a 1-day Recognised Prior Learning (RPL) Open Water Lifeguarding course. Both these courses are run free of charge to successful applicants (terms apply). These courses are delivered and assessed by RLSS qualified Trainer Assessors to ensure the best quality training and can be used at any venue once awarded.
To apply to become a Lifeguard at Aqua Parcs you must be aged 16+ and willing to work weekends and school holidays.
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