Swim Safe Lowcountry
Become a part of the solution and train to be a lifeguard! The following public agencies offer American Red Cross lifeguard training programs in Charleston County:
City of Charleston
The 2-week lifeguard training classes are held the first Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday of February, March, April, May, and October, 2010 at W.L. Stephens Aquatic Center.
Charleston County Park & Recreation Commission
Learn more about the extensive education, training, and experience of Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission’s Safety and Aquatic Programs.
The Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission offers both
lifeguard training for ages 16 and up and a junior lifeguard training
program for ages 10-16.
Mount Pleasant Recreation Department
The lifeguard training course teaches individuals advanced rescue skills, how to prevent aquatic emergencies, and the proper conduct expected of a professional lifeguard. Training is for ages 15 and up at 2 pools at various times throughout the year.
North Charleston Recreation Department
The Lifeguarding program
provides the skills and knowledge necessary to keep patrons of aquatic
facilities safe in and around the water. The program includes a
lifeguard training course with aquatic-specific first aid and
cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training. Lifeguard Training is
offered for ages 15 and up.
St. Andrews Family Fitness Plus
St. Andrews offers American Red Cross Lifeguard Training,
with course content and activities that prepare candidates to recognize
and respond quickly and effectively to emergencies and prevent
drownings and injuries.
American Red Cross Lifeguarding
puts you in an exciting position, working as part of a team to help
people safely enjoy the water. You could save a life too! For more
information on Lifeguard Training, visit the Lowcountry Chapter of the American Red Cross.