Gerald M. Dworkin
Lifesaving Resources Inc.
Gerald M. Dworkin serves as the Technical Consultant for Aquatics Safety and Water Rescue and is responsible for educational program development, conduct of training programs, and technical consulting. Gerry is a professional Aquatics Safety and Water Rescue Consultant, and is the author of "The Lifeguard Competition Guidebook", published by Lifesaving Resources, Inc.; "CPR for Infants and Children", published by the Child Welfare League of America; "The Water Rescue Technician Course Guidebook", "The Ice Rescue Technician Course Guidebook", "The Lifeguard (In-Service) Training Program Guidebook", and the "Professional Aquatics Safety Seminar (PASS) Guidebook", all published by Lifesaving Resources, Inc. Gerry has an extensive background in Public Safety and Rescue field operations and public education, especially in Aquatics Safety, Water Rescue, Ice Rescue, and EMS. He has written and published numerous articles and has consulted on numerous drowning and aquatic injury litigation cases. Gerry is a graduate from the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut, has experience as a professional and volunteer Firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), and has worked for and consulted for the American Red Cross as a Health and Safety Services Professional, and for the National Spa and Pool Institute (NSPI). As a frequent guest speaker and trainer in the Aquatic Recreation and Fire and Rescue fields, Gerry Dworkin is considered an expert and qualified educator throughout the United States.