The American Red Cross offers a number of courses in which the objective is to teach people to swim and to be safe in, on and around the water. Our Learn-to-Swim programs are the most comprehensive and effective programs of their kind available anywhere.
Are you 16 years old and a proficient swimmer? This approximately 30-hour course will help you teach skills that may save a life, gain terrific work experience as an aquatics professional, earn money or join a volunteer team while you help people learn valuable skills.
Are you 15 or older and looking for a great summer job or a challenging career? American Red Cross Lifeguarding is the best place to start! Lifeguarding puts you in an exciting position, working as part of a team to help people safely enjoy the water.
Designed for youth ages 11 to 14, American Red Cross GuardStart: Lifeguarding Tomorrow™ provides a foundation of lifeguarding and life skills. For youth with swimming skills, this program makes an ideal transition between Red Cross Learn-to-Swim and the Lifeguard Training Course.
The training prepares instructor candidates by developing their understanding of how to use the course materials and methods, how to conduct training sessions and how to evaluate participants' progress.
Learn how you can become a Waterfront Lifeguarding Instructor and sign-up for the Waterfront Lifeguard Bridge Training.
Learn the skills needed to make you a certified Waterpark Lifeguarding Instructor.
Are you a swim coach? Get the safety training necessary to be prepared when the time comes.
Learn basic water rescue skills to ensure you're prepared and can help in a time of emergency.
Designed to help increase safety wherever and whenever water sports are enjoyed, American Red Cross Water Safety Today teaches easy-to-remember safety tips for pools, spas, water parks, lakes, rivers, oceans and more.
Learn the exciting sport of sailing from the Aventura Sailing Association in Dana Harbor.