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The aim of the program is to retain and upskill our 13yrs to 17yrs to become highly skilled lifesaver.  The program provides members the opportunity to develop their personal and leadership skills in a positive social environment through a range of activities and special events.  

Activities will change on a weekly basis but participants will be required to wear togs and their high vis vest to each session. 

To be eligible to participate you will need to be a financial active member between the ages of 13yrs & 17yrs and either hold your SRC or Bronze.

To assist the program, we may require youth to participate in fundraising activities which could include water safety at special events, cooking a BBQ or raffles to name a few.

Stay Connected to what’s happening

Once you’ve met the above criteria, request access to one or all of the social media options.

Facebook – Noosa Crewclick here to request to join this closed group

Team App – NHSLSC Youthclick here to request to join

Instagram – noosa_crewclick here to request to follow

Noosa Heads SLSC Notice board in the breezeway

SLS Pathways

There are many different pathways within Surf Life Saving from Training and Assessing, Surf Sports, Club based roles, To find a pathway that suits you click on the link: 

Queensland Certificate of Education

Nationally Recognised Training courses run by SLSQ have great benefits for students of Queensland high schools and many of our courses are now eligible for the student to accrue points to be counted towards achieving the Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE). It is important to understand that it is the unit of competency or the qualification which will count towards QCE, not the SLSA Surf Award.
Once you have completed your Bronze Medallion Cert II in Public Safety (Aquatic Rescue) complete the Vocational Education and Training Endorsement form. You will need your Student Number and Leaner Unique Identifier which you can obtain from your school. You will then receive 4 points towards your QCE.
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