Royal Life Saving has been advocating the safe participation in aquatic activity for over 100 years.
The Swim & Survive Lifesaving Units philosophy is that anyone interested in participating in aquatic based activity in WA should first master a range of swimming and water safety skills.
Our key community aquatic education programs include:
E-Learning or sometimes called online learning is a form of education that utilises any form of technology such as computers, internet, tablet and mobile phone or even bundled onto a CD ROM, DVD or USB Drive. Royal Life Saving have begun the process of changing the way it delivers training and has already introduced e-Learning to a number of its courses such as Pool Lifeguard, Safe Pool Operations, Bronze e-Lifesaving and First Aid Online.
Over the weekend 40 BHP Billiton employees and their children attended the Royal Life Saving WA Have a Go Day swimming and lifesaving carnival at Bayswater Waves to learn important lifesaving skills.