One of the primary objectives of building a Royal Life Saving Aquatic Academy is to provide the local community with access to training and education opportunities. Aquatic Academy venues are fitted with training rooms and all the essential equipment for operating vocational education courses such as:
- First Aid
- Pool Lifeguard courses
- Swimming Teacher courses
- Updates and reaccreditations for most aquatic course requirements.
For the Aquatics Industry, Royal Life Saving NSW is the state’s principal organisation in vocational training. As a Registered Training Organisation (RTO: 90666), Royal Life Saving NSW is committed to providing quality training outcomes to support the Aquatic and Recreation Industry, as well as the community at large.
Royal Life Saving NSW has a wider partner network who delivers services to the community of NSW and beyond. This is made up of NSW Government support, professional suppliers, training partners, professional staff and volunteer examiners. Each of these groups contribute significantly to saving lives and creating everyday community lifesavers.
Lifesavers are everywhere in the community. They can be teachers, students, mums, dads, firemen, plumbers or accountants. They don’t always wear a uniform but they can and do save lives. They are found everywhere in the community. They patrol the houses, streets, workplaces and sporting fields of the communities in which they live. Everyone can be a lifesaver.
Royal Life Saving is a registered charity, a not for profit organisation, a public benevolent institution (PBI) and is a Public Company Limited by Guarantee. ABN: 73 000 580 825
For more information or to book into a community course, please follow the links through to our NSW page.
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