Bronze Medallion

 three bronze medallion students in the pool with lifejackets on 

The Bronze Medallion program has been operating for over 100 years with many people considering it the pinnacle of lifesaving awards in the community.

The program consists of four components including aquatic rescue education, judgement, knowledge, skills and fitness. Students can participate in the Bronze Medallion in the calendar year that they turn 14. It is a great achievement and it can also lead to an exciting and fun career in the aquatic industry. 

Training options: 

  • An individual can book into a public training course. This course is completed over two days at various locations throughout WA. 

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  • A teacher can become a registered Trainer with Royal Life Saving. The Trainer will have access to training, resources and professional development sessions to be able to deliver and assess Bronze Medallions for the students of the school.

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  • A group booking can be arranged for eight or more people at an aquatic centre of your choice.

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Trinity College leads the way in lifesaving!

Students in Years 4-9 at Trinity College learned vital lifesaving skills.