90 youngsters were selected to take the 2018 first aid courses of Aqualandia and opt for a vacancy on the staff of the water complex
By Communications Department
- After the last physical tests, 90 candidates were chosen to take the training courses.
- Over 200 people registered to take such tests.
Benidorm, 12th March 2018, Aqualandia already has a new team of young people who want to become a lifeguard in the water complex par excellence. After an initial term of applications –we received over 200 applications– and after finishing the physical tests that were decisive, the park selected 90 candidates to take the first aid training course in 2018.
Such a course is divided into two modules: the first one, health-related, is taught by medical staff and nurses, whereas the second module is focused on water rescue techniques.
Aqualandia has a lifeguard department which is a reference for the sector. Its continuous training makes them be at 200% in their working position and totally fit to perform their job successfully.
The courses start next week and finish in May. Around 70% of the 90 young candidates will become part of the lifeguard team in Aqualandia, which has a faultless history which endorses its work for more than 30 years of Aqualandia’s history.