Ocean Rescue Lifeguard Candidates Hit Beach For First Training Day

By  //  May 4, 2015

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Thirty seven Ocean Rescue Lifeguard Candidates hit the beach this past Sunday for their first training day. (BCFR image)

Thirty seven Ocean Rescue Lifeguard Candidates hit the beach this past Sunday for their first training day. (BCFR image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Thirty seven Ocean Rescue Lifeguard Candidates hit the beach this past Sunday for their first training day.

The above photo shows the lifeguards conducting a 1-mile flag run from Cherie Down Park to Jetty Park so they could make a water entry from the top of a pier.

Their training for the day consisted of an introduction to the ocean/beach environment, rescue flotation devices, and water entries.

These candidates still have two more weekends of training to fulfill before they become full-fledged lifeguards protecting Brevard County beaches.


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