Female Mentoring Program

Two Central Coast female lifesavers were selected to take part in the SLSA Female Mentoring program announced this week. SLSA established the Female Mentoring Program to strengthen and support females in positions of leadership within Surf lIfe Saving. The program consists of 20 mentors and 20 mentees and run for a period of 12 months. Jenni Darwin from Umina was

RWC hosts an Induction Day

RWC hosts an Induction Day

The RWC team are holding an induction day this weekend for new RWC operators to begin their training. The training regime developed in house by SLSCC’s support services team has been nominated for an innovation award at the upcoming NSW Awards of Excellence. The course is based on AIM principles and involves targeted training at the known black spots on the

Women Celebrate 40 Years in Lifesaving

The 1st July marked the 40th anniversary of women being involved in active life saving duties.This week 40 years ago women were finally able to gain their bronze medallion and take an active part in patrols. Female competition events followed soon after. Women now take up 52% of the active membership across our 15 clubs on the Central Coast and hold

Surf Life Savers Prepare for the Surf Season

Central Coast Surf Life Savers hosted the State Operation Centre (SOC) over the weekend to brief them on the Central Coast Coastline. The State Operation Centre (SOC) provides critical communications to your 15 clubs to coordinate and assist our local Surf Lifesavers in all our patrolling activities. The aim of the day was to familiarise the SOC team with the

SLSCC Awards of Excellence Winners

This season has certainty not been your typical season, with bushfires at the beginning and COVID 19 ending our our season some 5 weeks early – Stuart Harvey SLSCC President. Surf Life Saving Central Coast is incredibly fortunate to such amazing members spread across all 15 clubs on the Centrral Coast. While this season has been unusual the strength, agility

Patrolling season ends with No Lives Lost between the Flags

As the patrolling season ends, our lifesaving statistics showcase the incredible work our volunteers do.With over 22,000 preventative actions, lifesavers across the coast can be proud of their work keeping the community safe. 559 rescues were recorded on our beaches, with over 800 first aid’s administered. “With almost one million visitors to Central Coast beaches, these figures are a testiment