Senior First Aid
Legian Beach, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia
Times and Dates
9:00 am - 17:00 pm
05-August-2019 - 05-August-2019
Bring to Workshop
Balawista Badung (Bali Surf Lifesaving).
Surf Lifeguard Room - POS 8 - at Double Six Road, Legian Beach
The course is conducted by Balawista Badung, Kuta Beach (Bali Surf Lifesaving). They also issue the certificate.
Senior First Aid: Mon. 5 August 2019. 9am to 5pm Cost rp. 250,000
Complete the online enrolment form on the ASI website.
Or contact ASI to reserve your place: email@example.com
Payment for the senior first aid course is made to the trainer on the day before the start of the workshop.
Surf Lifesaving Bronze Certificate Course
All NEW Indonesian surfing instructors should complete the Bali "Surf Lifesaving Bronze certificate".
Duration: 10 day or 4 day intensive course.
Cost Includes: Clothes uniforms, manuals, books, pens, lunch, drink, and certificates.
Enrolment and course dates: Contact: Balawista Badung. Ph: +62 361 755 660 / +62 81 338 572 052 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: Bali Surf Lifesaving Head Office. Balawista Badung, Kuta Beach, Pos-Pos Balawista (Jl Pantai, at beginning of Kuta Beach).
The courses are run by Balawista Badung (Bali Surf Lifesaving).
Accommodation close to beach and training venue
3 minutes walk to beach.
Denpasar Airport. 20 min drive or taxi
Regulated taxi service operates from the airport (with reasonable fixed fares, approx rp. 60,000).
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Closest Train Station:
Please bring the following equipment:
- Suitable clothing for in water practice
Bali is known for its consistent year-round surf and warm tropical waters, easy and inexpensive living.
There is a large range of surf breaks to suit all surfing abilities.
There is plenty to do in Bali. Close by are cafes and restaurants from simple warungs with meals for $1 to 5 star luxury with cuisines from anywhere around the world. A huge range of bars and clubs and excellent shopping.
Bali is also home to the Gods. The local Balinese practice Hinduism and temples are everywhere, religious ceremonies are part of everyday life.