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.

Who is a RLSSWA Community Trainer?

A community trainer is a qualified and independent figure who delivers training courses on behalf of Royal Life Saving Society.

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 and requirements to meet for each of the Instructor courses in both the Aquatic and First Aid categories. Please read more about the pathways.

Aquatic Trainer Pathway

First Aid Trainer Pathway


If you're interested in knowing more about how you can join the Community Trainer network please complete the form below.

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