The Salvavidas Foundation was created to be a social tool that helps improve the quality of life of people, creating and improving conditions related to work, safety, sports, education, health and recreation.
Our action arms are workshops, talks, activities of various kinds in all regions of Chile.
Formed in 1998 under the direction of Professor Manuel Neira A. and since 2002 to date under the direction of Professor Rodrigo Neira Mardones. Since that year it officially became the National School of Lifeguards.
Since November 2016, the quality of FUNDACIÓN SALVAVIDAS rut 65.128.036-2, Per Jur. N ° 242234 has been granted in Maipú through the Ministry of Justice. With headquarters in the municipality of Maipú. Currently we also have a permanent presence with the assistance of Professor Joaquin Araya and Professor Katherinne Guajardo, who in coordination with Rodrigo and the Administrative and Accounting Office, strive year after year to improve this noble institution.
For more than 15 years, we have maintained a constant update in the related Thematic Areas, synthesizing and related, experience and theoretical training, for its real application in the instruction of lifeguard applicants and other professionals
In this way, under a serious pedagogical attitude, based on the characteristics and particular abilities of each student, we deliver the necessary skills for the labor insertion. To this is added an extensive network of contacts and job placements.
For the National School of Lifeguards, the most important thing is our students, who develop successfully in the workplace and obtain a number of rewarding experiences derived from the training received.
Lifesaving Training Course:
I.-Regulation - Theory.
II.-Primary care prehospital accident, RCP - Theory.
III.-Development of physical conditions for the aquatic rescue - Practical.
IV.-Aquatic techniques and tactics for rescue and lifeguard function- Practical.
Lifesaving Training Course
Lifeguard Licensing Renewal Course
Swimming and Hydrographic Monitor
Teacher Rodrigo Neira Mardones
Director General National School of Lifeguards