Safeguarding Children and Young People

Surf Life Saving Central Coast Commitment Statement Surf Life Saving Central Coast is committed to the safety and wellbeing of every child and young person who takes part in our activities, programs, events or services. We will challenge the inappropriate behaviour of our members or members of the community regardless of cultural ethnicity, language, religion or disability. All members should

RWC Launch 2019

SLSCC with support from their long term partner the Central Coast Leagues Club, have even further increased our ability to save lives with the injection of 2 new Rescue Water Craft (Rescue Wave Runner) which was last Saturday at Terrigal Beach alongside the Branch Raising of the Flags Ceremony. Following another tragic season for drownings on NSW beaches, the boost

Raising of the Flags 2019

What a great way to start the season with sunshine at the Annual Raising of the Flags Ceremony. This year we celebrated at Terrigal Beach with our Rookies, Members, Partners, and VIP’s last Saturday.  Our Rookies represented their clubs and flew their club flags with pride. Thank you to all the Rookie Co-ordinators and parents who assisted in preparing the

NSW Awards of Excellence

Central Coast members were a prominent feature at the 2019 SLSNSW Awards of Excellence. The Surf Lifesaving night of nights was held at Dockside, Cockle Bay Wharf on 31st August. We are very proud of the achievements and worthy recognition Central Coast members received at this year’s awards evening. Here is a summary of the outstanding achievements and contributions our members

2019 Pool Challenge

On the 20th September 2019, SLSCC held the Annual Pool Challenge at Mingara. The Pool Challenge is a fun event run each year to add variety to our Surf Sports calendar and introduce members to Pool Rescue and the new season. Pool Rescue was developed to improve the skills of lifesavers in rescue scenarios and as a Branch, we perform particularly well in each year. This year we had 12

2019 RWC Recruits

With the season fast approaching our Central Coast Support Operations team has put through our new RWC recruits in patrolling our beaches this summer. We wish to welcome the following operators who successfully completed their RWC Operators accreditation. Michael Rasmussen – Lakes SLSCSimon Hicks – Toowoon Bay SLSCPeter Waugh – North Avoca SLSCPaul Robinson – Copacabana SLSCGeoff Prentis – Copacabana SLSCDave Butlin

2019 Education Field Day

Education Field Day was held this year on Sunday 18th August 2019 at MacMasters SLSC.Once again it was wonderful to see so many of our CTO’s Trainers, Assessors and Facilitators join us for an informative day of updates and presentations from SLSNSW. 49 members took the time to attend. Many thanks to Jono and his amazing Mac’s Team for all

Surf Sports Development

This month the SLSCC Team Management launched the 2019 Surf sports Development Program. This marks the beginning of a new era in Surf Sport on the Central Coast as we adapt to the changing trends within our movement. With consultation of key members, the Board of Surf Sports committee sought the formation of a Review Panel to oversee the Development