Surf Life Saving Club Inc.
Champion Bay SLSC offers accredited training forClubbies, Public and Commercial.First Aid training is provided throughSurf Life Saving WA (RTO 51104)
Find out aboutyour first step tosaving lives.
Got a Bronze? Where to gofrom there.
Training your staff, supporting the club all in one go.
Pre-Requisites for becoming an active patrolling life saver.
Join Champion Bay Surf Life Saving Club.
To undertake training in the SLS Bronze Medallion, candidates are required to complete:
400 metre swim in less than 9 minutes
To have reached the age of 15 years at time of final assessment
Training takes approximately 6 weeks and includes theory, practical, dry and wet sessions. All sessions must be attended.
Session times are aligned with the needs of the group.
(A minimum of 6 candidates is required to run a course.)
Training is provided free of charge with the expectation that successful candidates will join a patrol team and assist in providing a Life Saving service.
Assessment will be conducted by an independent assessor.
After training you will be able to:
Complete a run-swim-run (200m-200m-200m) in under 8 min.
Perform water rescues with and without equipment.
Operate communication equipment – Radios
Understand and deliver Surf Signals
Perform: First Aid, Lifts and Carries, Resuscitation, Defibrillation
Provide Spinal Care
Understand and participate in Patrol Set-Up and Operations, including IRB.
Keen to get started? Contact our training co-ordinator.
Need a qualification, but don’t want to volunteer? See our Commercial Accredited Training Courses.
Not old enough? See our Nipper & Youth Activities.