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Lifesaving Factoid. A National Lifeguard has taken a minimum of 100 hours of training. The National Lifeguard course itself is about 40-hours long and there are prerequisites (Bronze Medallion, Bronze Cross, and Standard First Aid). • Bronze Medallion/Cert II Learner Guide (this document) • To be enrolled as a financial member on a Bronze Medallion course • Swimming costume (Wetsuit for wet training if in a cold climate) • Swim fins (optional) • Sun protection – sunscreen, hat, rashie Additional reference resources WrAP helps develop outstanding writers. WrAP is a direct measure of student writing achievement and serves as a tool to help classroom teachers pinpoint specific strengths and weaknesses of their students’ written expression. WrAP is complemented wit Lifesaving Factoid. Ernest C. Drury School for the Deaf currently holds the Lifesaving Society's William Henry Memorial Cup, awarded annually to the affiliated secondary school with the largest lifesaving program.