Lifeguard Certification Course Registration Now Open

Wayne Parks & Recreation is offering Lifeguard Certification Course on the following dates August 16-20th and August 23-24th from 9:00am - 12:00pm. Re-certification will be on August 24th. Registration deadline is August 12th

For more information on the above, please visit our website or visit us in the Parks & Recreation office during regular business hours. Feel free to call our office 973-694-1800 x 3259 should you have any questions or need additional information. Follow WayneTownshipNJ on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter!

  • Registrants must attend all classes and must be age 15 by the end of the class.
  • Course Fee: $300.00 (Includes Red Cross Fees)
  • Re-Certification Date: August 16th Recertification Fee: $150.00
  • Checks payable to the Instructor: Richard Kelly
  • Bring Check and Registration form to: Wayne Parks & Recreation Dept., 475 Valley Road, Wayne, NJ 07470 All classes to be held at James Roe Pool, 133 Garside Ave., Wayne, NJ
  • **Please bring a bathing suit and towel each day.**
  •   Any questions, please email Richard Kelly at:
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  1. Richard Kelly
Wed, August 04
12:00 pm — 1:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 08/04/2021 12:00pm 08/04/2021 1:00pm America/New_York Lifeguard Certification Course Registration Now Open

Wayne Parks & Recreation is offering Lifeguard Certification Course on the following dates August 16-20th and August 23-24th from 9:00am - 12:00pm. Re-certification will be on August 24th. Registration deadline is August 12th.

For more information on the above, please visit our website or visit us in the Parks & Recreation office during regular business ...

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