National Lifesaving Academy is a world-class training organisation which provides Lifeguard, rescue and medical training.
Operating and trading throughout the United Kingdom*. The very purpose of the National Lifesaving Academy is to provide a sustainable future for the charity Seaford Lifeguards, a pillar in the world-wide lifesaving community. Our mission is to prevent the unnecessary loss of life by the provision of world class training delivered by our experienced tutors with over 50 years’ experience in the sector.
*Restrictions apply, see Training page.
A Social Enterprise
The very purpose of the National Lifesaving Academy is to provide a sustainable future for Seaford Lifeguards, a pillar in the world wide lifesaving community. Our mission is to prevent the unnecessary loss of life on land and at sea by the provision of world class training delivered by operationally experienced tutors.
Professional Training, Safety and Rescue, Consultancy
The National Lifesaving Academy:
- Has a clear social and/or environmental mission set out in their governing documents
- Generates the majority of our income through trade
- Reinvests the majority of our profits
- Are autonomous of state
- Are majority controlled in the interests of the social mission
- Are accountable and transparent
Drowning is the third leading cause of unintentional injury death worldwide, accounting for 7% of all injury related deaths. There are an estimated 388 000 annual drowning deaths worldwide and global estimates may significantly underestimate the actual public health problem related to drowning. This is unacceptable.
The primary goal of the National Lifesaving Academy exists to prevent drowning by providing education, training, research and development opportunities within the United Kingdom. We strive to provide education and training in all areas of associated immediate care.
Environment and sustainability
The National Lifesaving Academy is committed to leading the industry in minimising the impact of its activities on the environment. Our strategies to achieve this include:
- Minimise waste by evaluating operations and ensuring they are as efficient as possible. This includes striving to become a “paperless” organisation where possible.
- Minimise harmful emissions through the careful selection and evaluation of any substances or combustion engines/ fuel used.
- Actively promote recycling both internally and amongst its customers and suppliers.
- Source and promote products which minimise the environmental impact during both production and distribution, including Fair Trade products.
- Meet or exceed all the national and local environmental legislation that relates to the Company.
- Constantly evaluate our carbon footprint.