Lifeguard Courses

STATrain to be a lifeguard

Receive a nationally recognised qualification in pool rescue and first aid. The course is 40 hours of training with the exam on the Friday morning after the course.

The exam comprises of a multi-choice theory paper, a resuscitation and pool exam.


Location: Rossington Community Swimming Pool

Start Date: Monday 24th October 2016

Assessment Date: Friday 28th October 2016

Course Trainer: Jordan Davison


Pool Lifeguard containing Level 2 Emergency First Aid at Work

£220 (£60 Deposit paid at time of booking)


Highfields National  Pool Lifeguard Qualification course with an additional Level 2 Emergency First Aid at Work, delivered by an experienced, fully accredited tutor. The course is delivered to the depth of 3 metres and in new training facilities, and is a pre-requisite for anyone wanting to be a future lifeguard. Learners need to bring swimming costume/shorts, t-shirt, shorts and a towel for practical sessions and casual clothes for theory work. For further information or booking please contact the training department at or ring 01302 868500.

Candidates must be able to - Swim 50 metres in 60 seconds Reach the deepest part of the pool (3 metres) Swim 100 metres on their front, Swim 100 metres on their back & Tread water for 30 seconds



Terms and conditions

  • To secure a place on the course, a non-refundable deposit of £60 is required.

  • Full payment is required 7 days prior to the start of the course.

  • Practical examination re-takes are charged at £30.

  • Theory examination re-takes are charged at £20

  • All candidates must be able to meet the course preparation guidelines and pre-requisites of the course prior to attending.

  • Please note that the course may be subject to change or cancellation should circumstances deem this appropriate.

  • Should a candidate not complete the course a refund will not normally be considered.  Special circumstances will be at the discretion of the centre management. 

  • Please note all candidates must be a minimum of 16 years of age by the date of the practical assessment.