The Lifesaving Society designates Examiners to evaluate and
certify candidates in the Society's training programs. Examiners
are senior experienced instructors who undergo specific training in
examination standards. Certification as an Examiner is a 3-step
- Successfully complete an Examiner course with a current
- Successfully apprentice with an experienced Examiner on 1 exam
in the stream in which you seek to be certified as an
- Submission of the completed Examiner Training Record to the
Society for consideration for Examiner certification.
Examiner course: 6 hr. classroom and water
time. The Examiner course may be run as a stand-alone course or
attached to other instructor training programs.
Reference materials required: Canadian
Lifesaving Manual, Award Guides and Examiner
Costs: There is no Lifesaving Society fee for
the Examiner course. Certification fee payable to the Lifesaving
Society upon submission of the Examiner Training Record.
EXAMINERS EVALUATE & CERTIFY
Bronze Examiners certify Bronze Medallion and Bronze Cross
candidates. Bronze Examiners who hold the Distinction award may
also certify Distinction candidates.
National Lifeguard Examiners certify National Lifeguard
candidates (in the option the Examiner holds (e.g., the National
Lifeguard Examiner who holds National Lifeguard Pool examines and
certifies National Lifeguard Pool candidates, etc).
First Aid Examiners certify Standard First Aid candidates. First
Aid Examiners who hold CPR-HCP examine and certify CPR-HCP
candidates. Similarly, First Aid Examiners who hold Airway
Management examine and certify Airway Management candidates.