Heard of lifesaving sport before? I didn't think so! Come and join in what is one of the most exciting and fun societies in the university.
Catering for all abilities, you can learn new skills or improve what you may already know. You can join us at inter university competitions too. .
About LifesavingLifesaving consists of two sides; one where your first aid, teamwork and emergency skills are tested, and one where you swim competitively in rescue style races. For a good idea of what goes on, see http://www.bulsca.co.uk/about
Our club attended numerous competitions in 2018/19 and with 8+ competition dates set for this year, including the our very own competition and the national championships, we need members like you to further our successes. No experience is necessary! Just come along on Thursday at 19:00 in the SUSU entrance, and we will meet you there!
On THURSDAYS we meet in Meeting Room 1, and teach you essential lifesaving skills such as bandaging and CPR, as well as training for our scenario competitions. Scenarios are where you have two minutes to treat people whilst in teams of four. The final hour (9-10pm) is pool based scenario training, often with some speeds training thrown in for good measure! We also focus on our general fitness as well as our skills in the speeds/race swimming side of lifesaving. Our events include swimming with manikins, and beneath obstacles. See some of the events here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWse-J6OeoI
If you are intrigued and want to know more, drop as an email/Facebook message or come along to one of our sessions. You can also check out our YouTube channel here - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-_v3xv_Us_aG71n4fNzfgg/featured
Membership Fee Information
All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Lifesaving this year are:
- Abbie Brown
- Daisy Mangan
- Madeline Anderson
- Emily Childs
- Chrysoula Anastassopoulos
- Sarah Jones
- Sarah Jones
Health & Safety
All clubs & societies are required to risk assess their activity to ensure it is carried out in a safe manner for members. Current risk assessments for Lifesaving are available to view below