SLSGB Surf Coach Safety Rescue Qualification

Training Venue

Newgale Hill, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales United Kingdom

Sports

SURF

Times and Dates

9:00 am - 17:00 pm

08-October-2019 - 10-October-2019

Closing: 24-September-2019

Included

E learning platform pre and during course to practice theory.
Practical equipment
 

Bring to Workshop

Water Clothing
Lunch
 

Languages

English

Refund Policy

This course is booked direct with another Training Provider.  See Training Overview below.

Course Fee

Big Blue Experience.  Flat 1, Newgale House Newgale Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire SA62 6AS Wales

Free parking at venue.

This is a Surf Life Saving Great Britain (SLSGB) qualification and enables you to demonstrate the minimum level of life saving and first aid competence required to meet the needs of surf coaching qualifications in the UK and abroad.

The SLSGB Surf Coach Safety course provides you with an introduction to all elements of lifeguard theory, basic life support, aquatic and intermediate first aid, open water and appropriate surf skills, beach environment, beach patrolling and working practices, communications, and board rescues.

Note: This qualification can be upgraded to SLSGB Beach Lifeguard if you meet the more demanding fitness requirements.


Pre requisites
Minimum 16 years old at date of assessment. Be a current member of SLSGB, Perform a continuous 200m swim in a pool or ocean and run 200m.

Valid
for 24 months from assessment date.


Schedule Course            
(click link for course information and requirements)
SLSGB Surf Coach Safety                       
Tues-Thurs. 8-10 October 2019.   9am to 5pm   (3 days)


Certification and Delivery 
Certificates are issued through SLSGB. 
Delivered by Phil Sadler (ASI Trainer), Pembrokeshire Surf School  


Enrolment and Payment
Payment is separate to ASI. 

Complete the enrolment form and the trainer will be in contact with you regarding payment.

Or you can contact the Phil Sadler direct to enrol and pay.  Email: phil@pembrokeshiresurfschool.co.uk
Ph: UK: +44 7881937605

 

The courses are run by Phil Sadler SLSGB Trainer/Assessor and Senior Lifeguard.

Being a senior lifeguard for the area, Phil brings local knowledge of lifeguarding along with over 20 years of surfing experience giving the highest standards in ocean based rescues.  

 

  • Duke of Edinburgh Inn (B&B)  (5 mins walk to training venue). From ₤55 per night
    Ph:  +44 1437 720586  website

  • Southwood Farm B&B (1 mile - 20 minute walk)   From ₤55 per night  website

  • Newgale Lodge  (1.5 miles - 20 minute walk)  From ₤22 per night  website

  • Broadhaven YHA Youth Hostel (6.5 miles - 15 minute drive)  From ₤16 per night  website

  • Newgale Camping Site  website

  • Holiday Cottages  website

  • A selection of other accommodation options at Big Blue Experience website

Closest airport:  
Cardiff Airport (2 hr drive)

or

Bristol Airport (2.5 hr drive to training venue)
Train goes from airports to Pembrokeshire.
Car rentals available at airport.


Closest train station:  
Haverford West, Pembrokeshire.  (15 min drive to training venue).
Pick up from train station available.  
No charge.  Contact ASI Trainer: Phil Sadler


Closest bus station:  
Newgale bustop (3 mins walking distance)  

Provided:
E learning platform pre and during course to practice theory.
Practical equipment

Extra:
Training manuals are extra. Lifeguard manual is £25, first aid manual £5

Pembrokeshire, tucked away in South West Wales, is a remote but beautiful corner of the UK, with spectacular coastlines on three sides and gorgeous countryside alongside highly picturesque towns such as Tenby, Fishguard and Haverfordwest.

The county is home to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the only coastal national park of its kind in the United Kingdom. Over the years Pembrokeshire's beaches have won numerous awards, 39 beaches recommended by the Marine Conservation Society (2011).

The area is a surfer’s paradise.   There is a large range of surfing locations, great surf breaks and there is always surf.

Newgale is a very small village, located on a stunning 2 mile sandy beach right in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. There is a large variety of conditions for surfing from Atlantic swells to sheltered wooded estuaries and reservoirs.  This area of the UK is renowned for its scenic coastline, natural beauty and variety of bays, beaches and rivers.   

Wales has an incredible history and cultural heritage. In Pembrokeshire. there is evidence of stone age settlements, medieval castles and naval shipping history.   Check out the local attractions with numerous castles scattered across the countries, cathedrals, picturesque towns or walks along the coast in the national parkland.

It is a place of immense beauty, great surf, history and fun adventures.