Surf Rescue Certificate (SRC)
The Surf Rescue Certificate must be completed by members minimum age of 13. This award requires the ability to swim 200m within 5 minutes. Skills taught are basic resuscitation, first aid and surf rescues. An examination is held after 6 to 7 weeks training by a qualified instructor from the Club.
Eligibility for this award requires the candidate to swim 400m in under 9 minutes. Candidates must perform simulated ocean rescues using a variety of equipment. Skills taught include resuscitation and first aid, radio procedures and communication, and surf knowledge. This course usually runs from 6 to 10 weeks and involves an exam conducted by external assessors.
Members are able to further their life saving qualifications by completing advanced training courses. These courses include:
- Advanced Resuscitation Techniques
- Provide First Aid Certificate
- Pain Management
- Trainers & Assessors
- IRB Crew person
- IRB Driver
Are you a school group or small business and want to get your workplace qualified?
We now offer a range of courses to members of the public. If you would like to find out how we can help you, please contact the Director of Education at firstname.lastname@example.org.