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Water cover for schools required

It’s coming up to the end of the year and we have a few school patrols coming up. We’re looking for anyone who is able to head down and help out, even just for a few hours and need to know numbers as there are a significant number of kids for each school.

The club receives donations from each of the schools.  As we are heading into December, it’s a good way to catch up on your hours if you think you may be short.

At this point the dates stand as follows:

8th 9.00 – 2.30 Bethany Christian School

8th 9.30 – 2.30 Thomas More College
14th 10.30 – 2.00 Hope Christian College
15th time TBA Paralowie
15th 9.00 -1.00 Alberton Primary

Let me know on 0433423187 if you’re able to help out!

Cheers,

Jen Hansen

 

Training Weekly Report

Award Achieved

IRB Crew

On Saturday 19 November Neil Bisset and Mick Jarvis supported 5 new crew to be on our beach. Congratulations to Paul Breden, Paige Purdie, Leanne Larven, Mark Heffernan in gaining their award and Rhys Krauter for returning to crew after some time away.

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Assessments Booked

Bronze/SRC – Saturday 3 December – 4 SRC and 2 Bronze – Congratulation to all for completing your pre-assessment on Saturday 19 November and good luck for the assessment  they will complete their first patrol that day and finish off with a celebration on the balcony so please come and congratulate our new members.

Training Officer – Saturday 3 December – Andrew Spencer will be being assessed with this squad as a trainer and as a insider who did pre-assessment it is looking good.

Proficiencies

Please ensure that you have completed your online Skills Maintenance for all your awards here is the link:

https://portal.sls.com.au  then login (any issues with logging in call 1300 724 006)  Once in then go to “lifesaving online”, then “courses”, then “go to learning online”, accept the conditions; then go to Training Library “SKILLS MAINTENANCE”. SRC do “resus”, Bronze do “resus” and “radio”.” Please note when it mentions payment the courses you are linking to are free for members.

Bronze/SRC and ARTC

Next Proficiency is during Patrol on Saturday 26 November.  The swim will be conducted at 3pm and you must have completed all other parts of assessment prior to then including rescues so if attending just to do proficiency please arrive no later than 1:45pm. If only have rescues and swim no later than 2:45pm.

Currently we have 40 people dryly proficient and the first 12 people completed their Rescues and Run/Swim/Run

ATV Driver

Next Proficiency at 3pm Saturday 26 November

IRB Crew/Driver

Please let me know if you were unable to attend and still wish to be proficient as the last option was completed last week with only 5 people being assessed.  We are dependent on other clubs and so only option now is linking in with other clubs’ proficiencies.

Waiting List for Courses

ATV

Firstly you must log your drivers licence with surf life saving using your online portal:

https://portal.sls.com.au   then go to “lifesaving online/renewals, then to “personal details” then you can add your drivers license and don’t forget to click submit once done (whilst your there please check email and mobile numbers)

You should have received an email with ATV Operator Certificate Learning Guide and Code of Conduct for you to complete and bring with you to the assessment if not you can find this in online portal.

https://portal.sls.com.au then library, then library then Education then member, then SLSA, then Lifesaver Learner Guides, then ATV Operator Certificate Learner Guide

We will be conducting ATV assessments/proficiency at 3pm On:

Saturday 26 November

Saturday 3 December

Saturday 17 December

Advanced Resus

We currently have 2 people registered.  This is a course to enable you to provide a higher level of oxygen using OP airway, oxy bag as well as suction.  Do you have Senior First Aid or Bronze Medallion?? If so let us know and we will get a course organised once we have 8 people. Dylan or Kylie have agreed to help run this course.

 

Bronze/SRC

Please ensure that you have completed your First Aid with Surf Life saving before your course is due to start, we have included November and December dates below as this is a pre-requisite for Bronze/SRC with Semaphore.

Timed Swim: You can work on your swimming at the Portside Swim Centre on Wednesday nights – we have 4 people working on this as we speak so come along and join the fun….

Actual date of Timed swim TBA (must be completed pre course starting)– Please advise jenniecharlton1@msn.com once ready for timed swim

Requirement:

200m in 5 mins (SRC)

400m in 9 mins (Bronze)

You can buy the manual at the clothing store or bar for the theory information.  Please connect to the online workbook(must be completed prior to course commencing)  https://portal.sls.com.au then you login (any issues with logging in call 1300 724 006)

Once in then go to “lifesaving online”, then “courses”, then “go to learning online”, accept the conditions; then go to Training Library “SKILLS MAINTENANCE”. SRC do “resus”, Bronze do “resus” and “radio”.” Please note when it mentions payment the courses you are linking to are free for members J

We would hope the latest a course would run is January/February 2017.  Please note that we have a trainer on semester break from Uni so if you have friends that are interested in a compressed course get them together and let us know.

 

IRB Crew

Are you interested but not sure?? Then “Come and Try” on 3rd December from 3:30pm until 4:30pm when Neil Bisset is on Patrol as Driver… be aware you may not be the only one

IRB Driver

Please note that you must be a Crew and have undertaken a good level of patrol hours covering Semaphore and more advanced waters and have a boat license which you must log with surf via the online portal. Once this is done register your interest.

 

Provide First Aid  – MUST BE DONE PRIOR TO SRC/BRONZE

Reduced cost course at $95 per person

Venue: Surf House 2 Barcoo Road West Beach, SA, 5024

Time: 9am until 5pm

Dates Options:

Saturday 26 November

Tuesday 29 November

Saturday 10 December

Tuesday 20 December.

Please book directly with Surf Life Saving SA on (08) 8354 690 or surflifesaving@surflifesavingsa.com.au

Thanks from the Training Team

Seniors Weekly Report

Senior Carnival 1 Aldinga Bay.

Senior Carnival 1 will now be held at Aldinga Bay SLSC. The carnival was to be held at Moana but due to winter storms more than 1.5 metres of sand has been eroded from the beach exposing many rocks.

Trailer loading will be after nipper training on Saturday. Please be there to load you own craft or arrange someone to load for you. The trailer will be leaving the club once loading is complete. Plan to arrive at Aldinga BEFORE 8am as it can take more than an hour to get there from the club. All beach events will be held at Seacliff on Friday 25th Nov. starting at 5.30pm. I would advise getting to Seacliff by 4.30pm.

Officials Beach Flags training.

The Officials Panel is organising an information / training session on beach flags for officials who are interested in learning more about officiating and the rules in regards to this event. This session will be held at Somerton SLSC on Thursday 8th December 2016 from 6.00pm.

If you require further information on this session you can contact Richard Crowe on 0407 021 552. If attending please email Abbey@Abbey.Lindley@surflifesaving.com.au

Board training for Female Senior Competition Group

 

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Our Youth development officer Jennifer Hansen has organized ongoing girl’s board training sessions. The main reason for this is to encourage our young women to continue training and to facilitate the transition from juniors into seniors as competitors and active patrolling members.

Paige Purdie has put her hand up to run these sessions and has begun working on the program which will involve more team work and fun orientated sessions instead of “Full On” training.  Any girls with SRC or Bronze are encouraged to come along and join in the fun. If you already know Paige you know it will be fun!

The first session will be on Thursday the 24th November, starting 5.00pm at the club. For more details contact Paige Purdie  paigepurdie@gmail.com

 

 

Training Weekly Report

Lots happening in the world of training at the Semaphore SLSC.  There are always opportunities to upskill if you are willing to have a go.

Award Achieved

SRC

Congratulations to Charlie Conybear for achieving his SRC at West Beach on Saturday 5 November.  He attended a SRC/Bronze assessment with 28 other young people from Glenelg and West Beach. Charlie completed his first patrol on 5 November. A big thank you to Jennifer Hansen for taking time off work to attend this assessment as the trainer of this group.

Assessments Booked

IRB Crew – Saturday 19 November – 5 people with Neil as trainer

Bronze/SRC – Saturday 3 December – 4 SRC and 2 Bronze – 3 have completed practice patrol and others will complete this on Saturday 19 November – with Heather and Andrew as Trainers

Training Officer – Saturday 3 December – Andrew Spencer and Heather as Trainer

 

Proficiencies

 Please ensure that you have completed your online Skills Maintenance for all your awards here is the link:

https://portal.sls.com.au  then login (any issues with logging in call 1300 724 006)  Once in then go to “lifesaving online”, then “courses”, then “go to learning online”, accept the conditions; then go to Training Library “SKILLS MAINTENANCE”. SRC do “resus”, Bronze do “resus” and “radio”.” Please note when it mentions payment the courses you are linking to are free for members J

Bronze/SRC and ARTC

Next Proficiency is during Patrol on Saturday 12 November.  The swim will be conducted at 3pm and you must have completed all other parts of assessment prior to then including rescues so if attending just to do proficiency please arrive no later than 1:45pm. If only have rescues and swim no later than 2:45pm.

Currently we have 40 people dryly proficient and the first 12 people completed their Rescues and Run/Swim/Run

ATV Driver

Next Proficiency at 3pm Saturday 12 November

IRB Crew/Driver

Next proficiency at 10am on Saturday 19 November Brian Hession will run proficiencies from 10am until 11am so please make an effort to attend if not already done.

Currently have 17 IRB Crew and 10 IRB Driver proficient

Waiting List for Courses

ATV

Firstly you must log your drivers licence with surf life saving using your online portal:

https://portal.sls.com.au   then go to “lifesaving online/renewals, then to “personal details” then you can add your drivers license and don’t forget to click submit once done (whilst your there please check email and mobile numbers)

You should have received an email with ATV Operator Certificate Learning Guide and Code of Conduct for you to complete and bring with you to the assessment if not you can find this in online portal.

https://portal.sls.com.au then library, then library then Education then member, then SLSA, then Lifesaver Learner Guides, then ATV Operator Certificate Learner Guide

We will be conducting ATV assessments/proficiency at 3pm On:

Saturday 12 November

Sunday 20 November

Saturday 26 November

Saturday 3 December

Saturday 17 December

Also offering a session at 12noon on Saturday 19 November.

Advanced Resus

We currently have 2 people registered.  This is a course to enable you to provide a higher level of oxygen using OP airway, oxy bag as well as suction.  Do you have Senior First Aid or Bronze Medallion?? Of so let us know and we will get a course organised once we have 8 people. Dylan or Kylie have agreed to help run this course.

 

Bronze/SRC

Please ensure that you have completed your First Aid with Surf Life saving before your course is due to start, we have included November and December dates below as this is a pre-requisite for Bronze/SRC with Semaphore.

Timed Swim: You can work on your swimming at the Portside Swim Centre on Wednesday nights – we have 4 people working on this as we speak so come along and join the fun….

Actual date of Timed swim TBA (must be completed pre course starting)– Please advise jenniecharlton1@msn.com once ready for timed swim

Requirement:

200m in 5 mins (SRC)

400m in 9 mins (Bronze)

You can buy the manual at the clothing store or bar for the theory information.  Please connect to the online workbook(must be completed prior to course commencing)  https://portal.sls.com.au then you login (any issues with logging in call 1300 724 006)

Once in then go to “lifesaving online”, then “courses”, then “go to learning online”, accept the conditions; then go to Training Library “SKILLS MAINTENANCE”. SRC do “resus”, Bronze do “resus” and “radio”.” Please note when it mentions payment the courses you are linking to are free for members 🙂

We would hope the latest a course would run is January/February 2017.  Please note that we have a trainer on semester break from Uni so if you have friends that are interested in a compressed course get them together and let us know.

 

IRB Crew

Are you interested but not sure?? Then “Come and Try” on 3rd December from 3:30pm until 4:30pm when Neil Bisset is on Patrol as Driver… be aware you may not be the only one 🙂

IRB Driver

Please note that you must be a Crew and have undertaken a good level of patrol hours covering Semaphore and more advanced waters and have a boat license which you must log with surf via the online portal. Once this is done register your interest.

 

Provide First Aid  – MUST BE DONE PRIOR TO SRC/BRONZE

Reduced cost course at $95 per person

Venue: Surf House 2 Barcoo Road West Beach, SA, 5024

Time: 9am until 5pm

Dates Options:

Saturday 26 November

Tuesday 29 November

Saturday 10 December

Tuesday 20 December.

Please book directly with Surf Life Saving SA on (08) 8354 690 or surflifesaving@surflifesavingsa.com.au

Thanks from the Training Team

Juniors Weekly Update

Hi Everyone

Lots of information in this week’s update.  Some individual posts of the information will be coming out too so as not to overwhelm you! 

Thanks to

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Congratulations to those who completed part of their proficiencies last weekend and we hope to cover more off this weekend and on Wednesday evening.  A reminder that each participant must complete two proficiency swims but they must be on different days.

 

I have attached the circular for Junior Carnival 1 at Somerton on November 20. Please note the starting times for each area.  Below is information regarding the Junior Nipper Clinic open to Under 8’s through to Under 11’s.

Please contact me if you have any questions or queries.

 

To grow and develop the Junior Lifesavers coming up through the ranks, Surf Life Saving SA has enlisted the help of the High Performance Athletes to pass on their winning skills.

CLINICS
U/8 FUN CLINIC
Time: 11:00am- 12:30pm
Where: Clinic Area, Somerton Beach
Price: $10 per child
What to bring: Hi Vis Rashie, Water bottle, Sunscreen, Wide Brim hat & long sleeve top or rash top.

 

U/9-U/11 SUPERSTAR CLINIC
Time: 2:00pm 3:45pm
Where: Pink Area, Somerton Beach
Price: $10 per child (free with carnival
entry)
What to bring: Nipper Board, Hi Vis Rashie, Water bottle, Sunscreen, Wide Brim hat & long sleeve top or rash top.

The clinics will be a fun, enjoyable experience with the inclusion of beach games and water games. Athletes will be specifically looking at the skills of wading and bunny hopping.

How to register: Places are limited please have your club register you through the Event management system.
Please note clubs will need to provide Age Group Managers for the children in the clinic for the duration of the clinic.

 

This week:-

 

Wednesday 9/11 – Ocean timed swim opportunity for Under 9 & Under 10 5.30pm on the beach for those who want to try it again

 

Junior Pool Swimming

Largs Bay Swim Centre Victoria Road Largs Bay 7-8pm Cost $4.00 This is open to proficient members from last season.

 

Friday 11/11 –  No Junior Board Training

Due to the meeting at Surf House at 6.00pm.

 

Saturday 12/11 – Junior Training

No March Past Training this week

Start 12.45 pm on the lawn, for come and try please ensure you register upstairs and receive you top and cap prior to training commencing.

We will again be raffling a meat tray and a Westfield voucher so be sure to get your ticket!

 

PUT THESE DATES IN YOUR CALENDER FOR UPCOMING EVENTS

Sunday 13 November 1-3pm – Making Ginger Bread People.  Numbers are strictly limited. Please text me on 0419816911 if attending with the number of children taking part

Saturday 19 November  – Being Part of our Float at the Port Pageant

Sunday 20 November  – First Junior Carnival at Somerton – We require two qualified water cover personnel for both the AM and PM schedule please let me know if you are able to assist with this requirement.

Saturday 26 November – Junior Disco 6.30-9.30pm tickets available from the registration table upstairs and the canteen.

Education and training update November

The Training Team would like to take this opportunity to explain why we have moved to online workbooks and skills maintenance as we know that there have been a few struggles but most people have got there.

We hope that being online will assist us with ensuring that we can demonstrate that all of our members are compliant which when dealing with insurances and legal situations we are required to do. As Surf Life Saving SA is a Registered Training Organisation they need to have documentation to show when incidents occur and that has been limited in recent years and unfortunately clubs do not have the space to store such documents. In the past candidates, have been told to keep their own workbooks and I am sure that very feuw of us would have this to hand should an incident occur and we need to demonstrate what we had been taught so online it is with data back up in case of fire etc.

So, the link is:
https://portal.sls.com.au then login (any issues with logging in call 1300 724 006) Once in then go to “lifesaving online”, then “courses”, then “go to learning online”, accept the conditions; then go to Training Library “SKILLS MAINTENANCE”. SRC do “resus”, Bronze do “resus” and “radio”.” Please note when it mentions payment the courses you are linking to are free for members J

Awards Achieved

Congratulations to Seth Bartlett for taking that next qualification from being a “Great SRC to have on patrol” to a Bronze Medallion holder (quoted from Club Captain as well as a few other people who have spotted his great work on patrol). Congratulations to Taya Bartlett, Cooper Clee, Cameron Eckert, Jasmin Gibbins and Emma Weir for achieving their SRC and undertaking their observation patrols prior to getting their qualification. A great achievement for the group is that they then went on to complete their first patrol in their new award as a group, followed by a relaxing pizza to celebrate at the club. Thanks to all club members who took the time to come over and demonstrate your appreciation of their achievement of qualifying their faces said it all.

Semaphore Training group is very proud that our youngest trainer, Jennifer Hansen has trained yet another great group whilst she continues to train as a teacher for the local schools (we can only hope). Jen commenced training a squad of about 10 young people during the October school holidays & continued to provide update sessions dependent on weather up until 29th October 2016. As well as the 6 above Jen will be down at West Beach supporting a Charlie Conybear to gain his SRC as he was away last weekend, unfortunately the other young person is injured and unable to take part but will link with the next group.

Also big call out to the parents as with the recent weather there have been significant changes to the plans of the course and with everyones timetables it has meant working as a team to get things done which we did.

Current Closed Courses

Bronze/SRC

The Bronze Course which started on 22 October 2016 has 2 Bronze and 4 SRC’s, (3 SRC’s attended some of the SRC training in the holiday but due to injury or short notice of training they were unable to commit to the entire course so have been across 2 courses which has had its struggles and we thank their parents for their support in this. They are all working hard towards being assessed on 3 December 2016 and we have Heather Eckert training this squad and Andrew Spence undertaking his trainer’s assessment with this course.

A few of this Bronze/SRC group took the opportunity to celebrate with the new SRC’s and Bronze holders on Saturday 29 October and completed their observation patrol early which demonstrates the great sportsmanship of this family club. You will see the others on the 19 November after their pre-assessment.

IRB Crew
IRB Crew course started in August with 4 new crew and 1 returning they are now preparing for their assessment on 19/11/16 thanks to Neil Bissett

Proficiencies

Thanks to Brian Hession from Grange for undertaking 17 IRB Crew and 10 IRB Driver proficienices on Friday 28 October and thanks to all that made the effort to be there as it was short notice.

ARTC, ATV, Bronze, Radio and SRC proficiencies are well under way with 26 people having completed their dry proficiencies and 1 having completed their swim and rescues.

Next Bronze/ARTC/ATV/SRC & Radio proficiency is on Saturday 5 November 2016 which is Ducky Patrol so feel free to come down anytime from 1pm for dry proficiency or for 3pm if wanting to do your wet proficiency (but be aware may need time to organise so do not expect to be done immediately. Please note that as well as swim run swim you will need to be ready to do a tube and board rescue as well. From 3:30pm until 4:30pm we hope to undertake ATV proficiencies and if you have completed the workbook you can do your assessment.

Waiting Lists for Courses

Interested in any of the courses please log into this facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/344030782655026/ to get updates on courses starting, timed swims and general updates as well as having people to ask questions.

ATV

A workbook will be sent out to all Patrol members on Thursday 3 November 2016 please let us know if you have not received this. We are hoping to undertake ATV practical assessments on the date of proficiencies from 3:30pm until 4:30pm. Please note that unless your license is registered with surf lifesaving (check the online portal) you will be unable to do this.) Should you wish to do this please bring a current drivers license and ensure that you are wearing fully enclosed shoes

Advanced Resus

We currently have 2 people registered. This is a course to enable you to provide a higher level of oxygen using OP airway , oxy bag as well as suction. Do you have Senior First Aid or Bronze Medallion?? Of so let us know and we will get a course organised once we have 8 people. Dylan or Kylie have agreed to help run this course.

Bronze/SRC

Please ensure that you have completed your First Aid with Surf Life saving before your course is due to start, we have included November and December dates below as this is a pre-requisite for Bronze/SRC with Semaphore.

Timed Swim: You can work on your swimming at the Portside Swim Centre on Wednesday nights – we have 4 people working on this as we speak so come along and join the fun….

Actual date of Timed swim TBA (must be completed pre course starting)– Please advise jenniecharlton1@msn.com once ready for timed swim

Requirement:
200m in 5 mins (SRC)
400m in 9 mins (Bronze)

You can buy the manual at the clothing store or bar for the theory information. Please connect to the online workbook(must be completed prior to course commencing) https://portal.sls.com.au then you login (any issues with logging in call 1300 724 006)

Once in then go to “lifesaving online”, then “courses”, then “go to learning online”, accept the conditions; then go to Training Library “SKILLS MAINTENANCE”. SRC do “resus”, Bronze do “resus” and “radio”.” Please note when it mentions payment the courses you are linking to are free for members J

We would hope the latest a course would run is January/February 2017. Please note that we have a trainer on semester break from Uni so if you have friends that are interested in a compressed course get them together and let us know.

IRB Crew

Are you interested but not sure?? Then “Come and Try” on 3rd December from 3:30pm until 4:30pm when Neil Bisset is on Patrol as Driver… be aware you may not be the only one J

IRB Driver
Please note that you must be a Crew and have undertaken a good level of patrol hours covering Semaphore and more advanced waters and have a boat license which you must log with surf via the online portal. Once this is done register your interest.

Provide First Aid – MUST BE DONE PRIOR TO SRC/BRONZE

Reduced cost course at $95 per person
Venue: Surf House 2 Barcoo Road West Beach, SA, 5024
Time: 9am until 5pm
Dates Options:
Saturday 26 November
Tuesday 29 November
Saturday 10 December
Tuesday 20 December.
Please book directly with Surf Life Saving SA on (08) 8354 690 or surflifesaving@surflifesavingsa.com.au

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Education October 2016

The SRC/Top Up Bronze course has their Assessment on 29/10/16 so watch out for them on their first patrol on Saturday afternoon. The Bronze Course has started this week and they will be assessed on 3/12/16, this is a closed course and so anyone now wishing to join a course will wait until the next course running in January/February 2017. In the meanwhile, you can work on your swimming at the Portside Swim Centre on Wednesday nights and connect to the online workbook using this user guide to get to the online portal. (can links be put to the circular and user guide)

Any current active users in the PULSE system need to complete their course prior to 31 October. You should have all been emailed and advised of this. To continue with your course in PULSE after 19/10/16 you will need to go directly to the PULSE website at this link: https://slsa.interactiontraining.net rather than accessing through Members Portal account. From here they just login as normal and continue their course. Any member IT issues should be directed to the helpdesk as always.

IRB Crew course started in August and they are now preparing for their assessment on 19/11/16.

Proficiencies are well under way with 15 people having completed their dry proficiencies and 1 having completed all aspects. Our next Bronze/ARTC/ATV proficiency is on 30/10/16 on patrol so if you are coming down to just do proficiency please come down anytime from 1pm but note that others may be there so it may take time. IRB Crew and Driver Proficiency will be taking place on 28/10/16 at 5pm until 7pm with extra call out to Brian Hession from Grange for assisting us with this so please get there if you can.

Remember if you are wanting to undertake any training please contact me on jenniecharlton1@msn.com and make sure that you have set up an online learning so that you can be linked to the appropriate online learning materials.

Thanks,

Jennie Charlton

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Boat Licence Course

A Boat Licence Course is being held at Glenelg SLSC on Thursday 26th May. The session will start at 7pm SHARP, cost is $5 for Surf Life Saving Bronze holders (mention your club’s name when booking) or $40 for general public, cash only on the night. Minimum age is 16 and Photo ID must be produced on the night for all attendees (drivers licence, etc).

 

**PLEASE NOTE This session is not ran by Semaphore, it is ran by a Glenelg member and is 100% first in best dressed. All bookings to Brenton Quimby by email only- qmby@optusnet.com.au   ***

Having your boat licence is the minimum requirement if you are wishing to complete your IRB Drivers course.

Please see the following website for handbook and practice questions. Please come prepared.

http://www.sa.gov.au/topics/transport-travel-and-motoring/boating-and-marine/boat-operators-licences-and-permits/applying-for-a-boat-licence

 

Ladies! It’s your time to shine

dl_invitation_template-image-003Ladies it is your time to shine. Surf Life Saving SA has introduced their #surfsisterslevelup social media campaign. This campaign is designed encourage and motivate SA women to get involved or enrich their experience in Surf Lifesaving and take it to the next level.

Anyone can level up and you can choose to level up in any way that suits you.

For example; A Nipper Mum might want to do her Bronze Medallion, a Beachie might want to have a crack at rowing boats, you might do the next level up in your first aid training or put your hand up for a leadership role at your club or decide to start your journey as a coach or an official.
click on the links below for some inspiration and opportunities to level up this season!

Seta Bacher is planning to get her Bronze this summer

Seta Bacher is planning to get her Bronze this summer

http://www.surflifesavingsa.com.au/main/news/2015/09/surfsisterslevelup/