5, 2016 9:15 am QUINCY — Nannette Johnson hears http://eliwellshome.khmermerchant.com/2016/11/02/great-advice-on-primary-factors-in-vocation about some aquatic facilities across the country having trouble finding lifeguards during the year. The aquatics specialist at the Kroc Center is taking an approach to make sure the that doesn’t happen here. To provide an incentive to recruit lifeguards when needed, Johnson created the WHISTLE program, which stands for We Help Individuals Strive Toward Lifeguard Employment. The program provides a 75 percent discount on the $200 class fee in exchange for a one-year employment at the Kroc Center, with at least 10 hours per week. If a guard leaves before the year is up, they must pay back the difference in the course cost. The program is available when the Kroc Center is hiring lifeguards. “It’s a hiring tool for me, but also when I am hiring, if someone can’t afford (the class), it helps them out,” Johnson said, adding the cost can be a factor for some who wish to become lifeguards. Johnson said teenagers who normally applied to be lifeguards in previous years may not because of their involvement in sports and other after-school activities. “They don’t have the time to come to class to get certified,” she said. “So even though they are physically capable and have the time for work, they don’t have the time to devote away from their sports for training. Or they might not have time to work during the school year.” The weeklong lifeguard training class is offered monthly at the Kroc Center.
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