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Resuscitation courses

It's not too early to renew your swimming pool resuscitation qualification!

Don't wait until the pool opens to attend a Swimming Pool Resuscitation Course! The qualification remains valid until the end of the swimming season of the third year that the course is taken. Therefore, for example if a member's qualification expires in March 2021, the Club will permit use of the pool throughout 2021.

To check when you last attended an ESC Pool Resuscitation Qualification, log into the SCM members area and then view 'My Qualifications' on the right-hand side of the page.

If you need to renew your qualification for another three years please register to attend an on-line resuscitation course, by;

- logging in to the ESC website

- click 'Book'

- click 'Off The Water'

- click 'On-Line Resuscitation Course' and following the instructions to make a booking and arrange payment (£20 per person)

Once paid, an enrolment key code will be emailed to you along with instructions on how to join and complete the E-learning module at a time of your convenience. After the course has been completed please upload a copy of the certificate you will receive to the 'My Qualifications' section of the Members area or email a copy to membership@emsworthsc.org.uk. Your ESC access card will then be updated to ensure you have entry to the pool gate.

It is essential for Club members who swim to familiarise themselves with the Club bye-laws concerning the use of the pool.

C SWIMMING POOL

1 POOL USE:

a) The use of the swimming pool is restricted to Club members and temporary members under Rule 12. All use it at their own risk (see Club Rule 30). Guests introduced under Rule 67 are not permitted to use the pool.

b) The pool will be open from 0800 to 2000 or sunset whichever is earlier during the season.

c) Solo-swimming is not advisable and is done at the swimmer's own risk. Solo-swimmers must be at least 16 years old and capable of swimming 100 metres unaided. Members wishing to solo-swim must go to the office and sign a personal declaration.

d) All members using the pool, including Juniors aged 16 and above, must have attended and passed within the last 3 years, the St Johns Ambulance Resuscitation Class, the Club Resuscitation Class, or be the holder of a current relevant professional qualification or an equivalent qualification. Evidence of this must be provided to the office for the records.

e) All non-swimmers and persons under 16 years of age using the pool or entering the pool enclosure must be supervised by an adult (over 18) from within the pool enclosure. The adult must have obtained one of the qualifications listed in (d) above. No adult is allowed to look after more than 6 such persons in the pool.

f) The maximum number of people permitted in the pool at any time is 36.

g) On leaving the pool, members must ensure that the gate is closed and latched.

h) In the interests of safety and hygiene, no glasses, bottles or food and drink may be taken into the pool enclosure or consumed there.

i) Wet suits, flippers, balloons, airbeds, model boats, balls and noodles are forbidden in the pool. Swimming aids such as armbands are acceptable for less confident or non-swimmers.

j) There is to be no running, diving or jumping into the pool or boisterous play in the pool area.

k) A General Committee member, a Club Secretary or the Franchisee can ask people to leave the pool and temporarily close it if thought necessary for health or other reasons.

l) There will be adult-only swimming before 0915 and no children under 7 are allowed in the pool after 1830.

m) From 1900 hours, users of the pool should not disturb those swimmers wishing to swim lengths uninterrupted.

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