Junior Lifeguard

Registration Form and Course Syllabus

Class Description

The Rogers Aquatics Center has created a Jr. Guard volunteer group to assist the lifeguard staff during the summers. 
How this course will benefit your child:
  • Builds leadership skills
  • Addresses the importance of effective communication
  • Introduces conflict resolution strategies
  • Provides empowerment training through emergency response skills and preparation
How volunteering as a Junior Guard at the Rogers Aquatics Center will benefit your child:
  • Opportunity to improve swimming skills and endurance
  • Gain "lifeguard" experience by shadowing certified guards on duty
  • Practice how to effectively communicate with co-workers and guest of the park
  • Participate in lifeguard in-service trainings
  • Practice surveillance and emergency response skills
  • Jr. Guards who are on the waterpark roster get in free tot he park anytime!
  • Young teens will have a safe, fun and challenging place to be during those long summer days


A 28 hour course including CPR/AED and First Aid training for ages 11-14


Tuesdays from 5:30pm-8:00pm - April 4,11,18, and 25
rdays from 12pm-4pm - April 8,15,22, and 29
See course syllabus for detailed information (at top of page)


Tuesdays - Rogers Aquatics Center. Address: 1707 S. 26th St (Off New Hope Rd.)
Most Saturdays - Rogers Adult Wellness Center. Address: 2001 W. Persimmon (Off N. Dixieland)
See course syllabus for prerequisites and course training daily schedule (at top of page)

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