Caregiver Supervision

Caregiver Supervision is a free, knowledge based participation program designed for caregivers of all types (parents, grandparents, coaches, teachers, day care supervisors, babysitters, aides, camp leaders, etc.). The purpose of this program is to learn about active supervision, drowning recognition, rescue response and other valuable information caregivers will benefit from while supervising or coaching children in an aquatic environment.

This self-directed program is offered through an electronic workbook (see link below) containing ten modules. All the participants need is access to a computer. Participants can learn at their own pace. The program information may also be delivered in person to a group. Each module has three ‘test your knowledge’ questions to reinforce key messages and learnings. The workbook also contains an answer key. Once all ten modules are complete participants may self-print a certificate of completion (see link below).

A physical copy of the workbook may also be ordered from the Society for $5.00.

No specialized certification is required to take or deliver this program.

Prerequisite(s): None

Caregiver Supervision Workbook

Caregiver Supervision Workbook - City of Edmonton

Caregiver Supervision Certificate

Caregiver Supervision Roster

Additional Resources

Within Arm's Reach & Active Supervision

Your First Ten Minutes at the Pool

Your First Ten Minutes at the Pool - City of Edmonton