The CVA was run last Saturday at Nobbys Beach. The MSLSC Bronze team performed with great skill in the challenging conditions, bringing credit to our club. A celebration BBQ was held on Sunday and the uniforms were presented. Congratulations to our new patrolling members.
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The IRB CVA was run at Nobbys Beach on 5 December. Thanks to the training efforts of our IRB Captain Nathan Wright MSLSC now has 3 new drivers and 4 new crew. Congratulations to all for your hard work and dedication.
The MSLSC Bronze Medallion course will commence on the evening of 7 October, 2020. Contact Anthony at firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Look at Training Courses under the Education tab for more information.
All Bronze Medallion holders must complete their skills maintenance at the start of each season. This year members must complete the online component accessed through eLearning via the Members Portal. Members must also attend a proficiency session. The first of these sessions will be held at 9:00am on Sunday 13 September, 2020 in the MSLSC …
MSLSC will run an IRB crew course and a Silver Medallion IRB Driver course, commencing with a theory session on the evening of Thursday 19 March, 2020. Contact Nathan Wright at email@example.com to register your interest.
Congratulations to our new Bronze Medallion and SRC award holders. Our participants did the club proud at the CVA just before Christmas and are now active patrolling members of MSLSC.
The next Surf Lifesaving Award (includes Bronze Medallion) and SRC course will both commence on Sunday 13 October, 2019. Click on Training Courses under the Education tab for more information.
MSLSC has three new IRB drivers and there new IRB crew. They all passed with flying colours at the CVA held on Stockton Beach on Sunday 14 April. Many thanks to Nathan and his team for their training and expertise.
Congratulations to our new Bronze Medallion team. They all did MSLSC proud at the CVA on Stockton Beach on 13 April. A celebration BBQ was held on Sunday 14 April, where the patrol uniforms were presented. Many thanks to the training team for their dedication, time and expertise.
The team launching the IRB at Merewether Beach on our Sunday patrol. It can be challenging with our shore dump (but you wouldn’t have it any other way).