SNB Branch Training Course Calendar
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North Curl Curl Surf Life Saving Club regularly runs training courses for the general public, as well as club members. This is an ideal opportunity to be trained in the skills required to be Life Savers and workplace safety officers. Check the Training Calendar on this page for upcoming courses, or contact the club for more information.
The following is a guide to all courses available:
1. What are the dates for Bronze courses?
Typically we hold two courses during the season, one starting in October and one in February. When the dates are confirmed for the new season, they will be posted here.
2. How long does the course take?
3. When does training take place?
2:00 to 5:00pm on Sunday afternoons at the North Curl Curl Surf Club
4. Do I need to join North Curl Curl Surf Life Saving Club to do the course?
5. What is the cost of the Course?
Fess for the 2016/2017 courses are yet to be set, but bekow is an indication of the course costs.
$230 for new seniors
$80 for nipper parents doing water safety or patrols
$200 for new juniors
$65 for existing juniors ( fees exclude membership of the club)
New seniors and new juniors will receive a voucher covering 2015/2016 season membership fees valid only on the basis that they commit to doing patrols or water safety for that season
6. What are the main components of the course?
7. What do I need to bring?
Wet suit for course 1, Swimmers (no bikinis please), rash vest or wetsuit, goggles, towel
8. Who are the Trainers and what qualifications do they have?
9. I have never used a recue board before - am I capable of completing the practical side of the course?
Yes, we have instructed many candidates with little or no skill in this area who have successfully completed the course. We will give you extra training and access to equipment should you need it.
10. Is it a difficult Course?
Yes, the course is challenging but it is also a lot of fun and most participants really enjoy all the aspects of it. To be a qualified Life Saver is an honour but enjoyment is also critical to our course objectives.
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