Safety and wellbeing
Surf awareness and skills
The human body
Defibrillation and basic oxygen
Carries and supports
- be a minimum of 15 years of age on the date of final assessment.
- have completed a minimum of 400m swim in nine minutes or less, in a swimming pool of not less than 25 metres or over a measured open water course before any training starts in the surf and/or deep water.
After successfully completing the training, participants will obtain a nationally recognised Certificate II in Public Safety (Aquatic Rescue) PUA21004 and the SLSA Bronze Medallion.
This qualification comprises of the following 8 units of competency:
- PUACOM001C Communicate in the workplace
- PUAEME001B Provide emergency care
- PUAOHS001C Follow defined occupational health and safety policies and procedures
- PUAOPE002B Operate communications systems and equipment
- PUASAR009B Participate in an aquatic rescue operation
- PUASAR012B Apply surf awareness and self rescue skills
- PUATEA001B Work in a team
- PUATEA004C Work effectively in a public safety organisation
2018 Proposed Dates of first Bronze/SRC Course:
Thursday April 26th 6-9 (clubhouse)
Saturday 28th April and Sunday 29th April (half days) (Pool and Waterfront open area)
Thursday 3rd May 6-9 (clubhouse)
Saturday 4th May and Sunday 5th May (half days) (Pool and Waterfront - includes assessment)
2018 Proposed Dates of second Bronze/SRC Course:
Thursday June 14th 6-9 (clubhouse)
Saturday 16th June and Sunday 17th June (afternoons) (Pool and Waterfront open area)
Wednesday 20th June 6-9 (clubhouse)
Saturday 23rd June and Sunday 24th June (half days) (Pool & Waterfront - includes assessment)
Surf Rescue Certificate
The aim of the course is to provide participants with the knowledge of basic patrolling and surf awareness in order to be able to participate in lifesaving operations.
This course is also the minimum water safety qualification for Junior Activity supervision.
The duration of the course is approximately 35-45 hours.