Being able to swim yourself doesn’t mean you can save people you love from drowning. There are many strong swimmers are able to swim but drowned when trying to save victims. Why so? It’s simply because being able to swim and being able to save people are two different skills!
Having essential skills to save drowning victims is crucial especially if it involves family members. Take the first step now! If you can swim, you are qualified to take up the course!
TYPE OF CERTIFICATIONS
This is the most essential life saving qualification by Life Saving Society Malaysia.
To enter this test, you must be able to swim below 4 minutes for 100m
International Life Saving (ILS)
ILS is an advance life saving qualification awarded by International Life Saving Society based in Belgium.
The minimum qualification is to swim below 1:40 / 100m of any swimming style
15 years adult at age
When is the next course?
We will announce when the time comes, usually 3 months once. Please click the link here to fill your details. We will contact you for the date.
I really loved it and have seen improvement in my swim in just one session of video analysis. I will certainly be working on the drills recommended by Shauqie. Love his way and approach in correcting my mistakes. Very comfortable with Shauqie. Very pleasant experience and will definitely return for more
CHEN SHIN YEE
Fantastic stroke correction / video analysis with Coach Shauqie, thanks for the invaluable critique and follow-up videos and photos, now I know what I need to do to improve bit-by-bit, looking forward to the next lesson!
JACQUELINE BRINKHORST (Triathlete)
Thank you coach Shauqie Aziz for making me swim so comfortably in water just after ONE lesson of stroke and leg correction with video analysis. The feeling is just superb and awesome. We will see you soon.Thanks again.
LAY HONG CHUA (Triathlete)
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