Become a Community Trainer

At Royal Life Saving WA, we believe that everyone can be a lifesaver. We want to increase the number of community trainers throughout WA to promote awareness about how to be safe in and around water, and how to respond to an emergency. As a Community Trainer, your role is vital in ensuring we reach both metropolitan and regional areas including our at risk communities.

Benefits of becoming a RLSSWA Community Trainer:

  • Delivery of RLSSWA courses within your workplace and the broader community
  • Flexible working hours and locations
  • Ability to teach a variety of RLSSWA Awards an accredited courses
  • Ongoing support including: access to training resources, professional development and recognition events

How can I become a Community Trainer?

There are pre-requisites for each of the Instructor courses in both the Aquatic and First Aid categories. It is a requirement for all our trainers to hold the award/unit that they are delivering before attending either of these courses.

If you're interested in knowing more about how you can join us as a Community Trainer please contact us at the link below.

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