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Surf Life Saving SA has confirmed that exemptions from the new South Australian Life Jacket Laws will apply for all of our on-water activities in both Sport and Lifesaving.
New life jacket laws came in to effect last week which will help keep the South Australian Public safe on the water. You can learn more about those changes here.Read More
Surf Life Saving SA wish to announce and congratulate the following athletes and management group who have been selected in the 2016/17 SLSSA Pool Rescue State Team.
We wish them well as they compete at the Australian Pool Rescue Championships at SA Aquatic and Leisure Centre from August 4 – 6, 2017.Read More
Expressions of Interest are now being sought from suitably qualified lifesavers to join the Emergency Operations Group and become part of the Jet Rescue Boat Crew (JRB Crew) and Rescue Water Craft Team (Jet Ski). This presents an exciting opportunity to further your lifesaving career and become involved in this dynamic team which actively supports SLSSA’s strategy in making South Australian beaches safer. Circulars C17037 and C17038 have been uploaded into the Members Portal.
Female Members, Indigenous Members and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.Read More
Surf Life Saving SA are excited to announce the Surf Sport Youth Performance Academy Program Squad for the 2017/18 season.
The Surf Sport Youth Performance Academy Program has been developed to help develop and grow youth athletes in SA.
For the past two seasons SLSSA partnered with Flinders University (FU), Flinders One Fitness and South Australian Aquatic and Leisure Centre (SAALC) to design and develop a program aimed at assisting surf sports athletes to be the best they can. After an extensive review of the program, it was decided that the focus of the academy needed to be changed to develop Surf Sports in our State. The Academy now primarily focuses on Athletes from the following age categories, Under 14, Under 15 and first year Under 17. The content delivered by both Flinders University and Surf Life Saving SA through this process is tailored to the new age groups and we will be encouraging coaches and parents/guardians to participate in the sessions.
Recently SLSSA added Mental Health First Aid to its suite of delivered courses. The decision to do this was made from acknowledging that within Clubs and on our beaches more and more Members will be in contact with someone that may require some support due to a mental health issue.
The course is designed for participants to learn skills and gain confidence to assist fellow members, the public, family and co-workers experiencing mental health problems. Mental Health First Aid is the help provided to a person who is developing a mental health problem, experiencing a worsening of a mental health problem or in a mental health crisis. The first aid is given until the appropriate professional help is received or the crisis resolves.
Clubs go far in providing many activities and services to address the physical wellbeing of its members and the public. This course will go that step further to address the mental wellbeing of members and members of the public that may be required.
SLSSA is pleased to advertise an Introductory offer of $50 for members and $100 for non-members. ($80 Members / $130 Non- members after July 30) This includes a Mental Health First Aid Manual and certification by Mental Health First Aid Australia.
Course Dates: 24th -25th June. 9am – 3pm each day
8th - 9th July 9am - 3pm each day
15th - 16th July 9am - 3pm each day
Venue: Surf Life Saving SA
2 Barcoo Road
For any queries please contact Gareth Morgan (Gareth.firstname.lastname@example.org) or 8354 6900
Surf Life Saving SA is excited to announce the launch of the SLSSA Surf Sport Youth Performance Academy Program.
In April this year SLSSA and Flinders did an extensive review of the SLSSA High Performance Academy, which has been running for the past two seasons. It was decided to make changes to the Academy’s focus for the betterment of Surf Sports in South Australia.
Surf Life Saving SA in conjunction with Flinders University has identified the youth age group as a key target group moving forward to grow and develop athletes across the Surf Sport Disciplines.
Surf Life Saving SA would like to congratulate the following athletes, Lachlan Merchant (Glenleg), Kian Bird (Grange), Anneka Kidd (Seacliff) and Helena Schwerdt ( Grange), who were named over the weekend as State Representatives for the Australian Youth Lifesaving Shadow Squad.Read More