1. If a kid wouldn't go into the water I would kindly ask why he wouldn't go and based on that solve the problem eg. fear of water, I would (reassure) like tell him I would be there to help and I would be near him and if anything happens I will help you out of the water or another problem in the water. 2. I would ask the child to stop running but slow down to a stop and then tell him to walk instead of run then I would tell him why its not good to run and If the child's parent was nearby I would kindly ask them to watch for their child and tell them to walk instead of run if they see the child running. 3. If the child I would quickly get to the child and first check if he/she is awake then if they were awake able to move I would ask them to sit down or be in a comfortable position reassure them and I would ask if he/she is ok but still checking them to see if there are any cuts and bruises etc./primary assesment and I would treat their problem if they had one and I would bring he/she to the parent after treatment and after treatment I would tell the child to not run on the deck/pool and give reasons why . 4. On the first day of work I would bring My qualifications papers and certificates,swimming gear/clothing, regular clothing/change of clothes, Bronze cross water safety book, paper/notebook,pen,pencil,backpack
Full-time school working two jobs, including taking care of medical issues for parent, basically talked about having post it notes, using calendar and outlook for organizing time. Basically what they are looking for is how you organize yourself and plan your day
I would take down all of the individual's information and find out what they need, try to assist them in finding the information. Failing that, speak to the instructor and see if they would accept the person into the course without the information. Establish if there isflexibility to assist the student without losing them.