Sorrento SLSC Lifesaving
- UPDATED Patrol Squads 20/21 Ver#2
- Patrol Roster 20/21 Ver#1
- NEW Patrol Procedures 2020/21
- NEW PSAR35 Training Manual
- Standard Operating Procedures
- Smoke Free Patrolled Beaches
- Aquatic Activity Risk Assessment
- Water Safety Procedure
2020/21 Training Activities
- NEW SRC Award 2021
- NEW PSAR35
- Skills Maint Guide 2020/21
- UPDATED NEW Awards Program & Skills Maintenance 2020/21
- SRC to Bronze Award 2020
- First Aid & CPR Courses 2020/21
- Forty Courses in 4-Weeks 2020/21
- SRC Adult Water Safety 2020/21
- Become a Trainer
- Re-Qual & Award Bookings
- Awards Induction
- Sorrento SLSC Training Policy
Sorrento SLSC Lifesaving patrols
The Sorrento Surf Life Saving Club operates patrols on weekends and public holidays from the end of November through to Easter. The club patrols Saturday afternoons and all day Sunday and Public holidays. Professional Life Guards patrol the beach on weekdays (10am-6pm) during the peak season.
Become a Lifesaver
To become a Lifesaver you need to be 15 years of age or higher and complete your Bronze examination. Each year Sorrento SLSC conducts a training program which culminates in formal assessment. The training is a combination of theory and practical work on: Surf Awareness, Emergency Care, Basic First Aid, Resuscitation, Radio Operations & Comms., Surf Skills, Surf Rescue Skills & Patrol Operations.
The Bronze Medallion is a nationally recognised rescue qualification. For many members, obtaining a Bronze Medallion is achieved after completing Nippers and then moving through our CADET program with an SRC qualification.
SORRENTO SLSC CADETS
At Sorrento SLSC, the final year of Nippers is called CADETS. Cadets are trained to obtain a formal qualification, the Surf Rescue Certificate. At Sorrento SLSC, we also train the parents of Nippers to be Water Safety Officers and they are trained to the Surf Rescue Certificate standard.
The SRC is the very first stage of becoming a lifesaver. For U/13 - U/14's who participate in the Surf Lifesaving Competitions the SRC is a compulsory requirement, along with minimum patrol hours to compete at Local & State Competitions/Carnivals.
The SRC award is also a pathway to achieving a Certificate II in Public Safety (Aquatic Rescue) Bronze Medallion in their Cadet year once turning 15 years.
Prerequisites include being able to swim 200m within 5 minutes (time to be signed by SLS qualified coach, SLS Trainer &/or Assessor) and be a minimum 13 years of age at time of final assessment.
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