Lifesaving sport was originally introduced to encourage lifeguards to improve the essential physical and mental skills required when saving lives in an aquatic environment. It covers the act of rescue, resusitation & first aid. The club offers many opportunities such as the chance to demonstrate lifesaving skills at a competitive level. Being a member of the club does not mean you have to compete! There are many other ways you can benefit such as: - Learning how to apply decision making processes in simulated emergencies - Earn qualifications such as in Life Support & Rescue such as a Bronze Medallion or NPLQ - Participate in regular social events - Attend our swimming fitness sessions - Competitive lifesaving between clubs at Universities across Britain began as a small collaboration between rival clubs over 15 years ago and quickly expanded as more clubs became involved. The formation of BULSCA in 2002 was in response to this growing popularity of lifesaving sport at Universities; with the University lifesaving league established in the 2002/03 season to provide a connection between the various competitions hosted by the Universities over a season.

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This is an On Campus club. You'll need have a standard membership from Warwick Sport as well as paying Sports Federation and club fees here. Find out more about joining clubs here.

This is an Off Campus club. You'll need a Warwick Sport membership, or pay the £26 Off-Campus clubs membership fee, as well as paying Sports Federation and club fees here. Find out more about joining clubs here.

Current students should purchase the Lifesaving Standard Membership below.

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