Surf Instructor Certification 4
Surf Camp’s Instructor Development Program is a 5 level program that provides a structure for the certification of Surf Instructors through a process of education, experience, and evaluation. The goal of our program is to improve the quality, safety and consistency of surf instruction at beaches across America.
Surf Instructor 4
- Current American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification
- Current CPR/First Aid Certification
- Current Wilderness First Aid Certification
- Hold current Level 3 Surf Camp Certification
- At least ten years personal surfing experience
- Be 28 years of age
- Have logged 400 hours of in water instruction time
- Pass on-line knowledge base/ skill tests for level 4 cert
- Attend Surf Camp Level 4 Certification Program (38 hours of instruction)
- Present Surf Camp with recorded log book of acceptable instruction time
- Present Surf Camp with proof of all current certifications
This level of Certification is for the most experienced instructors with excellent organizational, management, lifesaving and inter-personal communication skills who have proven themselves both in and out of the water. This level of certification is designed for the elite watermen/women. It allows for competition based instruction for intermediate to advanced surfers. It provides a foundation for an instructor experience, qualifications, and knowledge base suitable to direct/own their own successful program. All level 4 instructors will demonstrate that their surfing and teaching ability is of a standard acceptable to Surf Camp. This training and certification is recommended for those wishing to enhance their knowledge base and increase their pay scale as a program director.
There are no available surf instructor 4 certification sessions at this time. Please call our ocean rescue training center to schedule your class.