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BRONZE E-LIFESAVING

An interactive online program. There's no need for teachers to be an expert in lifesaving.

Overview

Australian Curriculum Links

Unit 1

 This unit of work has strong links to the curriculum particularly for the band level Year 7 and 8.

Bronze e-Lifesaving has two units available to complete; Unit 1 and Unit 2.

 

Unit 1 has been designed to suit Year 7 and 8 students, whereas Unit 2 is aimed for Years 9 and 10.

Each module follows a similar structure to provide interactive and meaningful content to engage the learner and aid the teacher to take a facilitator role.

Some of the key components include:

  • Video narratives and scenarios

  • Multiple choice questions

  • Flip tiles

  • Slideshows

  • Drag and drop, polls and ranking

  • Quizzes and questions

  • Reflective and problem solving tasks

Module 1 - Hazards and Personal Safety

The main objectives of the module are to:

  • Increase awareness of hazards in aquatic environments.

  • Examine how poor decisions can affect personal safety.

  • Develop an understanding of personal survival skills

Module 2 - Risk and peer influences

The main objectives of the module are to:

  • Examine how behaviours and actions may be influenced by peers and strategies to say ‘no’.

  • Enhance knowledge and understanding of the risks involved with being in or around water.

  • Evaluate behaviours that may influence personal water safety, as well as that of others.

The main objectives of the module are to:

  • Develop competence in recognising and assessing an emergency in order to respond appropriately and not put themselves or others at risk.

  • Gain the ability to make informed judgements to form a plan of action.

  • Increase knowledge and skills in rescue and first aid principles and techniques

Module 3 - Responding to emergencies

The Bronze e-Lifesaving program has been developed with the learning content descriptions of the Australian curriculum for Health and Physical Education for Years 7 and 8 (Unit 1) and Years 9 and 10 (Unit 2) as a focus.

Unit 2

This unit of work has strong links to the curriculum particularly for the band level Year 9 and 10.

How to Enrol

The Bronze e-Lifesaving program is FREE to Australian Secondary Schools.

Facilitators can enrol their class as a group by requesting tokens. This allows facilitators to keep track of when their students enrol and if they have completed the program.

  1. First time users will need to register for free by clicking the ‘Register’ link in the login panel.

  2. Enter your details and select ‘Sign up’ at the bottom of the form.

  3. An email will be sent to your nominated email account to set your password.

  4. Login to https://elifesaving.royallifesaving.com.au

  5. From your portal home page Click ‘Manage My Tokens’ on the top menu bar.

  6. Click ‘Request Token Order’ in the top right hand corner.

  7. Complete the form; select either Unit 1 or Unit 2 of the Bronze e-Lifesaving program and the number of tokens for all the students in your class. Leave the ‘Customer Purchase Order’ field blank.

  8. Click ‘Save Enrolment Token Order’ at the bottom. You will receive a confirmation email immediately. Within 24 hours you will receive another email with your tokens.

  9. When you receive your tokens ask each student to create an account [see following How students enrol using a token]. Assign each student a token to enrol in the course.

 

Note: Request your tokens a few days before planning to start the program to ensure that you have received your enrolment tokens. If you are ordering tokens for a whole school year and numbers are large, it is recommended you make a few orders of smaller numbers for easier management of token codes.

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