Posted: October 23rd, 2017

Ellis & Associates 32nd Annual

Ron Rhinehart International Aquatic Safety School

January 7th-12th, 2018

Posted: February 23rd, 2017

The Hunter Goold Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a qualified individual, to be used to cover 100% of the tuition expense of the 2018 Ron Rhinehart International Aquatic Safety School®. This year, we are asking that each interested candidate submit a video. This video should that provide an overview of the qualifications of the individual asking for consideration. The video may also include any supporting testimonials or evidence of service (all on the video).

Posted: January 1st, 2017

The Chris Stuart Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a qualified individual, to be used to cover 100% of the tuition expense of the 2018 Ron Rhinehart International Aquatic Safety School(R). Nominations are made for qualified individuals by their supervisor(s). This year, we are asking supervisors to nominate an employee by video submission. The video submission must also include the nominee detailing why he or she would qualify for this scholarship.

Posted: May 23rd, 2015

As most aquatics folks, I’ve been involved with water activities since childhood – Learned to swim in the Schyulkill River in Reading, PA, followed by lessons at the local “Y”, summers of boating and canoeing at Girl Scout Camp, earning Red Cross Junior and Senior Lifesaving, and Water Safety Instructor. I would have received “Exceeds” at pulling the victim (now GID: “Guest In Distress) on to the dock, and performing the “back pressure/arm lift” procedure while yelling “call the fire department”. There were no 911, EMS, CPR, O2, or AED options 50 years ago!

Posted: March 23rd, 2015

E&A Lifetime Achievement Awards

The criteria for the award:

Posted: February 23rd, 2015

Pat gained her interest in Aquatic Management when working for the Camp Fire Girls camp in Iowa. She was so interested in Recreational Aquatics that she decided to double major in physical education and recreation in college at Iowa State. Pat Started her full-time aquatics career working for the YMCA, and she also taught physical education and coached swimming to supplement her career in aquatics. By the time she met her husband, and moved to AZ,Pat had been in the aquatics field for 15 years.

Posted: March 14th, 2014

March 4, 2014, Ocoee Florida – Jeff Ellis & Associates, Inc. (E&A) is pleased to announce it has added a new face to its family. Dr. Larry Newell is joining us as Vice President and Medical Director. Larry has worked with E&A in the past, but with this appointment, the firm will be able to take advantage of his full talents and energies. He is the former Executive Vice President for Jones and Bartlett Learning, and National Executive Director for the Emergency Care & Safety Institute (ECSI).

Posted: February 23rd, 2014

I have been in the Aquatic field for over 50 years. I Started as a Red Cross Lifeguard in 1960 and became a Red Cross Instructor in Lifeguarding, CPR and First Aid by 1966.

Posted: February 23rd, 2014

Employed as a lifeguard for almost 5 years now, aquatics supervisor for 3 years and e&a instructor for 2. Over 400 hours of community service in high school and was JROTC unit commander.joined the marine corps right after high school and has Been in the marine corps for 3 years now. was recently promoted to the rank of corporal, a non commissioned officer. also has aspirations of graduating college with a degree in criminal justice and pursue a career in law enforcement. However wishes to continue his aquatics career as much as possible.