California Public Safety (TITLE 22) and Lifeguard
The state of California mandates public safety personnel to undergo no less than 23 hours of advanced first-aid training. California specifies public safety personnel as lifeguards, firefighters, police officers, or any state or municipal agencies that must perform first-aid.
- Candidates must be 15 years old at the time of the class
- Attend all three (3) days of class
- Pass and score 80% or better on the Title 22 written exam
- Pass and score 80% or better on the Lifeguarding written Exam
American Red Cross Textbook
Emergency Medical Response: Follow this Link and click on download in the top right-hand corner.
Lifeguarding Manual: Follow this Link to view the manual.
Once you have successfully passed your course, you will be issued an American Red Cross Title 22 certificate valid for two (2) years.
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