Become a Facilitator to deliver our range of Programs

For almost 125 years, Royal Life Saving NSW has saved lives in the community through education programs, vocational training, health promotion initiatives, aquatic risk management services, community development and participation in sport.

If you'd like to become a part of the family, then we have a range of programs and resources on this site for you.

As a Facilitator you’ll gain access to all the material required to deliver a range of Royal Life Saving NSW water safety and resuscitation programs. You also gain access to a range of material to support delivery of these programs and the latest up-to-date information and support from RLSNSW and your fellow members.

To read more about becoming a Facilitator or to renew your registration, click here.

National Drowning Reports

Royal Life Saving's programs, products and services are underpinned by research and a commitment to continual improvement. Furthermore, our research provides solid information on water safety issues concerning all Australia's waterways and environments with high drowning risk.

Our research includes:

National Drowning Report
Since 1995 Royal Life Saving has provided research into the contributing factors surrounding all drowning deaths in Australia for a given year

Specific Water Safety Issues
Including water safety strategies, education, the effects of alcohol, and specific activities such as fishing and other recreational pursuits

The State of the Industry
Every year, Royal Life Saving conducts Aquatic Facility Safety Assessments to evaluate and to provide a benchmark for the safety performance of the aquatic industry

Every year, Royal Life Saving produces a National Drowning Report. This report examines the factors that contribute to drowning deaths in Australia by examining who, where, when and how people have drowned in Australian waterways over the last year. Royal Life Saving has produced a National Drowning Report every year since 1995. You can find all the National Drowning Reports here

Who should become a Facilitator

Early Childhood

As a pre-school teacher you'll be able to deliver a range of programs that start to develop confidence and water safety skills in your children.

Primary School

For primary school teachers we can help you teach learners about personal responsibility, and how kids need to become aware of their own safety.

Secondary School

As a secondary school teacher, we have a range of programs linked to the PDHPE curriculum that develop water safety and rescue skills in your students.

Community Partner

If you're a community facility then we have a range of programs that help add value to your organisation. If you want to offer extra services or build your revenues.

Learn the skills to teach others

Become a facilitator and deliver our programs

Bronze Facilitator


Resuscitation Facilitator


Swim and Survive Facilitator


Bronze Star


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