Point Leo Surf Lifesaving Club. Junior Surf Lifesaving Program Handbook Season

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Point Leo Surf Lifesaving Club. Junior Surf Lifesaving Program Handbook Season"

Transcription

1 Point Leo Surf Lifesaving Junior Surf Lifesaving Program Handbook Season

2 WELCOME TO THE SEASON The Junior Surf Lifesaving Program (JSLP) or Nippers was developed to equip children with the skills and knowledge to recognise and enjoy a safe beach or aquatic environment. The program is activity based and aims to provide a safe environment where children can have fun and meet new friends whilst developing a range of skills and accomplishing personal challenges. Specifically, the program: extends participant s knowledge and understanding of: o safe beach and aquatic environments o survival skills in aquatic environments Develops skills in: negotiating open water environments by wading, swimming, body surfing and board paddling competition disciplines of Surf Lifesaving called Surf Sports injury prevention to self and others practice of safety related judgements basic first-aid, resuscitation and rescue techniques Point Leo SLSC is a friendly, family club. We hope that all members adopt the Point Leo Spirit and remember that our Nippers should have FUN!! Key People: 2

3 Junior Coordinator: Age Managers Coordinator: Competition Team Manager: Richard Hoskins Sarah Jo Mason TBA Junior Preliminary Evaluation All Nippers are required to demonstrate competency in a swim and float prior to participating in any water activities. The swim length varies according to the age group and will be assessed at the initial JSLP sessions for Nippers aged U8 to U13. Full details are listed in the Junior Evaluation and Surf Education Requirements (issued by Lifesaving Victoria) and a summary appears towards the end of this Handbook. This assessment ensures that the Nippers are safe to participate in the water activities provided for their age group. Nippers who are unable to demonstrate the required preliminary skills will require one-on-one supervision and support from qualified club lifesavers during water activities, which may not always be available. It is important that all Nippers are swimming regularly in the months before Nippers sessions start. The Nippers program is not designed to teach children how to swim (as distinct from learning surf and open water swimming skills). Junior Competition Skills Evaluation Nippers wishing to compete in Surf Sports Competitions / Carnivals are required to have completed the Junior Competition Skills Evaluation for their age group. Information on the age group requirements is detailed in the Junior Evaluation and Surf Education Requirements sheet (issued by Lifesaving Victoria). Nippers are only permitted to compete after their Junior Competition Skills Evaluation has been successfully completed. Junior Competition Skills Evaluation for all (not just competitors) Nippers aged U9s to U13s will be held at the initial JSLP sessions. Whilst technically only a requirement for those wishing to compete, the club encourages all Nippers to achieve this level of competency as part of their surf lifesaving journey. Junior Life Saving Awards The Junior Life Saving Awards are a compulsory part of the Nipper program and provide education and skill development in the following areas: Personal safety Sun safety Surf conditions and hazards 3

4 Signs and signals Negotiating surf conditions Overview of general anatomy/the body Correct management and handling of casualties Assessment of emergency situations (DRACBD) Resuscitation techniques Calling for Help Nippers wishing to compete at the State Championships in March must have completed the relevant Life Saving Award prior to the carnival entry closing date. Surf Rescue Certificate (SRC) The Surf Rescue Certificate is offered to those juniors who have turned 13 years of age on the date of the assessment and is compulsory for the under 14 age group to be eligible to compete at the State Championship. The cost is $190 including resuscitation face mask and training manual. The course is run over a weekend camp (9 and 10 December 2017), including the exam. A candidate Must be a minimum age of 13 years old on the date of assessment Must complete a 100m run, 100m swim, 100m run within 5 minutes Must have completed a 200m swim in 5 minutes or less, in a swimming pool or over a measured open water course before any training starts in the surf Units to be covered Safety and Wellbeing Surf Awareness and Skills Anatomy and Physiology Basic First Aid Basic Resuscitation Communications Rescue Techniques Patrols The Junior Surf Lifesaving Program (JSLP) The JSLP program is organised in age groups according to the nipper s age as at 30 September For example, a Nipper who is aged 8 on 30 September will be grouped in the under 9 s. The JSLP runs over 2 time sessions for each program day. 4

5 CUBS (Under 7 s, 8 s, 9 s, and 10 s) - sessions operate from 8.30am to 10.30am. Each age group will have 2 surf education rotations over the course of the program that will run from to 11.30am. LIONS (Under 11 s, 12 s, 13 s, and 14 s) - sessions operate from to 12.30pm. Each age group will have 2 surf education rotations over the course of the program that will run from 9.00 to 10.20am A briefing is held every morning in the clubhouse before beach warm-up activities commence. This is important for parents and Nippers as key information is provided and Nipper of the Day awards are handed out for Cub age groups from the previous session. The JSLP consists of 10 sessions, commencing on Wednesday 27 December A program calendar is attached at the end of this Handbook. Juniors must wear the club orange cap and a high visibility fluoro rash vest or singlet in all training sessions. New members can purchase caps and singlets from the Uniform shop. The Uniform shop will be open several times before the start of the season. Dates will be advertised in club s. If you are unable to get to the club prior to the season commencing the Uniform shop will be open before the commencement of the first JSLP session on 27/12/2017 (8am for Cubs and 10am for Lions) for the purchase of caps and singlets only. Other items will be available for purchase at the conclusion of the first nipper sessions and on any other session days. Each age group will have an Age Group Manager and one or two Assistants who will work with the group at each activity station throughout the program. These are the first people to go to if you have any queries about the program or need to inform someone of information related to your child s wellbeing. A roll is taken at the start and end of each session by the Age Group Manager. Juniors are not permitted to leave the beach during the session unless accompanied by a parent/guardian and only after notifying the Age Group Manager. Parents must notify Age Group Managers if they are removing their child from the group before the scheduled finish time. It is the responsibility of parents to ensure Nippers are Sun Smart and well hydrated while on the beach. It is strongly advisable that Nippers wear a wetsuit to protect against cold conditions for water activities. Nippers are encouraged to carry their own backpack at all sessions with goggles, towel, wetsuit, sunscreen, water and snacks. 5

6 A sausage sizzle is held at the end of each session. This is a great time to socialise and meet other members of the club. Proceeds of the BBQ are used to fund new equipment for the Nipper Program. Parents are expected to be actively involved in the program. At least one parent (or adult family member) is required to be present at every session attended by your child. This is to assist with the program and to provide support and encouragement to your child. If you have not volunteered for any of the numerous parent/helper roles that are required to run the Nipper program you will be rostered on to help with BBQ, beach set up, water safety (bronze holders only), or competition official duties. Each family will be required to provide assistance in one area of the program. Parents assisting must be financial members of the club and hold a current Working with Children Check with Point Leo SLSC and LSV listed as volunteer organisations. Junior Surf Sports Program (formerly Competition training program) Junior Surf Sports training runs every Tuesday and until the Junior Surf Lifesaving Program starts. It then continues after the Junior Surf Lifesaving Program finishes on Tuesday, 16 January The program is designed for any Nipper who want to improve their skills, have fun, and participate in Junior carnivals. Training is held on s from 10.00am to 12.00pm for all age groups, and continues until the Victorian Surf Lifesaving Championships in March There is also an optional training session on Tuesday at 5:30pm. Nippers interested in the Junior Surf Sports program must ensure they download and use Team App, which provides up-to-date information on training sessions. The 2017 Victorian Junior Surf Life Saving Championships will be held at Warrnambool on Saturday 10 and 11 March 2018 (Labour Day Weekend). The Junior Surf Sports program is open to all Nippers who participate in the Junior Surf Life Saving Program and have paid their competition fees (if participating in Junior carnivals). The key to the program s success is commitment, and all junior competitors are expected to attend all the training sessions after the Junior Surf Life Saving Program ends and compete in the nominated Junior carnivals. Ideally, junior competitors should attend the organised training sessions before Junior Life Saving Program starts see Team App for details. Please note: Surf Life Saving Australia require the compulsory wearing of high visibility vests or 6

7 singlets by all nippers at all training sessions and pink high visibility vests at all competitions. These are available from the Uniform Shop. Carnivals are about fun and participation, not simply winning or placing. Most Carnivals have individual and team events so there is an opportunity to compete as a team. Participating in individual events and teams at carnivals are a great way for Nippers to build friendships, participate in a team environment, and get more involved in life saving. They are also great fun. There is a cost for carnival entry that is to be paid by 30 November The Carnival entry fee for under 8s is $100 and for U9 -U14 nippers is $135. This covers entry to Cosy Corner, Chelsea, Mordialloc and Lorne as well as the State Titles at Warrnambool. The dates of these carnivals are listed in the attached calendar. JSSP may attend other carnivals throughout the season subject to sufficient interest from Nippers and the availability of Age Managers or Parents to supervise the teams and provide required numbers of officials and water safety. Additional Carnivals will incur a one-off entry fee of $25 per carnival (payable the week prior to the carnival entries closing), and parents will be required to transport all their own Nippers equipment. Keep in contact with the JSSP squad via TEAM APP for further details. Parents Code At Point Leo SLSC, we pride ourselves on having a fair and competitive spirit in an environment of positive encouragement and inclusion. Our foremost priority is to teach children the skills of Surf Lifesaving. Through our JSLP (including the Junior Surf Sports training program and carnivals) we endeavour to engender in our Nippers a sense of belonging and worth. We stress that parents should also adopt this attitude and be supportive of their Nippers. Please: Do not make an unwilling child participate in the activity Children should be involved in sport for their enjoyment, not yours Encourage children to play by the rules Encourage the effort as being as important as the result Work towards improving skills and sportsmanship Do not yell at or abuse a child for making a mistake Recognise and encourage good play or efforts Do not publicly question an official s decision Recognise the efforts of volunteers 7

8 We encourage Parents to assist their Nippers in setting achievable goals. If their Nipper is feeling any apprehension or has any concerns, please talk to your Age Manager or come and see the Nipper Coordinator for guidance. Parental Involvement and Support we need you! The JSLP relies solely on volunteers and requires around 100 people to run the program. Point Leo SLSC has enjoyed great support from parents in the past and we know that this will continue. Already we have had parents put up their hand for the upcoming season but we still need more help. Please come forward, you don t need any particular skills, just enthusiasm and a willingness to help. There is an opportunity for parents to contribute to the by obtaining a Bronze Medallion to enable you to provide water safety (see below for more details), doing an Age Managers Course or a Junior Officials Course and obtaining IRB Driver or Crew qualifications. Please note that it is LSV policy that all parents joining the club must have a Working with Children Check. This is a simple process and free for volunteers. Please refer to the WWCC Information sheet on the download page of the club website for the correct information to be completed on your application. Bronze Medallion for Parents Each year we offer the Surf Life Saving Bronze Medallion course to parents. This is a great opportunity for you to improve your fitness and develop your understanding of surf and lifesaving skills. You never know when you might need them! The program also ensures that we have a group of parents who are qualified to run water activities each year; however, we never seem to have enough. The time commitment to complete the course is approx. 24 hours and costs $50. The course this year is fully booked. However, if there is sufficient interest we may run another course. Please contact Andrew Gibson (his is below) if you are interested. A candidate Must be a minimum of 15 years of age on the date of examination Must complete a 200m run, 200m swim, 200m run within 8 minutes Must have completed a 400m swim in 9 minutes or less in a swimming pool or measured open water course before training starts in the surf Must be a financial member of the club 8

9 Units to be covered Safety and Wellbeing Surf Awareness and Skills Anatomy and Physiology First Aid Resuscitation (CPR) Communications Rescue Techniques Carries and Supports Patrol Please contact Andrew Gibson on for further information. Requalification The has finalised the dates to requalify for Bronze and SRC, and IRB Drivers and Crew. Dates are 26 November 2017 (Bronze and SRC) and 26 November 2017 (IRB Drivers and Crew). Junior Carnivals Parental Obligations All parents of junior competitors are expected to take on a helping role at carnivals to ensure the club is able to meet its obligations and the water safety and official s duty load is shared amongst families. Parents who are not already fulfilling age manager / assistant duties will be expected to sign up for water safety (if a Bronze Medallion holder) or officials duties. Those parents who do not hold a Bronze Medallion or Level 0/1 official s qualification will be required to attend a Junior (Level 0) Official s Course which will be conducted at the club during the 2 nd week of the JSLP. Under 13 Development Camp LSV Leadership and Development Pathway aims to develop leadership and life skills and assist clubs with youth retention. The Under 13 Development Camp is designed to assist junior members in the transition from Nippers to Cadets. Camp participants will complete problem solving exercises, face personal challenges, participate in activities that involve trust and teamwork and develop a state-wide network. The U13 Development Camp is scheduled to be held Friday, 16, 18 March 2018 at Phillip Island Adventure Resort, Cowes Victoria. This camp is available to members who are 12 and 13 years of age across the state of Victoria. Participants must be able to attend the entirety of the program. The aim 9

10 of the camp is to develop leadership and life skills and assist clubs with youth retention. To participate, Nippers must be nominated by their. Point Leo SLSC is guaranteed one position on the camp (like other clubs), but if the camp quota has not been met, the remaining positions will be allocated to clubs with more than 1 application. Nominations will close approximately 1 month prior to the camp date, and successful applicants will be notified 3 weeks prior to the camp commencement date. U13 Camp Objectives Have Fun Develop Friendships and Network with members from across the state Develop Confidence, Communication and People Skills Exposure to Team Building Initiatives Exposure to basic Leadership foundations For more information regarding the U13 Development Camp, please refer to the Leadership & Development Programs section of the Life Saving Victoria website - Nippers who are interested in participating should contact the Nipper Coordinator as the is required to nominate participants and arrangements have to be made for payment of the cost of the camp, including whether the will share the cost with the participant. Champion Junior Lifesaver Development Day Life Saving Victoria s Champion Junior Lifesaver Development Day entails participants going through a series of leadership development workshops, gaining exposure to lifesaving pathways and further development of their SRC skills through practical team based scenarios sessions. The Champion Junior Development Day will be held at Life Saving Victoria on Saturday 3 February Members aged 13 and 14 years who hold the SRC are eligible to apply for the day. The Mike Martin Champion Junior Lifesaver Award is also an element of the Development Day. The award forms part of Life Saving Victoria s comprehensive system of awards to recognise and celebrate the achievements and commitment of youth members. Life Saving Victoria places great value on staying 10

11 connected to our members and recognising the exceptional service and dedication they provide to the development of the movement in Victoria. The overarching aim of this award is to showcase the important contribution our youth members contribute to life saving as well as encourage the development of strong, confident and committed youth members who will become the leaders of the lifesaving movement long into the future. The winner of the award will be announced at the end of the Development Day at a presentation ceremony and invited to attend the Life Saving Victoria Awards of Excellence, where the Mike Martin Champion Junior Lifesaver of the Year Award will be awarded. Program Objectives: Recognise and showcase the valuable contribution our youth membership provides to the Life Saving movement both within the organisation and the local community. Encourage a culture of well developed, responsible and positive youth members that are advocates for their peers, the Surf Life Saving movement and their local community. Development of a sustainable youth award program that will provide youth members for years to come with confidence and skills that will support them as they transition to the next phase of their life. Point Leo SLSC members are eligible to apply. Applications will be assessed on the following criteria: 1. Contribution to their club s activities 2. Contribution to their community and other community services 3. Lifesaving awards achieved 4. Lifesaving knowledge 5. First aid skills assessment 6. Attitude to sportsmanship 7. Leadership contribution and behaviours Applications will open late 2017 further information will be sent via Circular and uploaded onto the Life Saving Victoria website. 11

12 2017/2018 Season Program Wednesday 27/12/2017 1) Venue: Point Leo Friday 29/12/2017 2) Venue: Point Leo 31/12/2017 3) Venue: Point Leo Tuesday 02/01/2018 4) Venue: Point Leo Wednesday 03/01/2017 Venue: Point Leo Thursday 04/01/2018 5) Venue: Point Leo Friday 05/01/ /01/2018 6) Venue: Point Leo Tuesday 9/01/2018 7) Venue: Point Leo Thursday 11/01/2018 8) Venue: Point Leo 14/01/2018 9) Venue: Point Leo JSLP Nipper Session JSLP Nipper Session JSLP Nipper Session JSLP Nipper Session Cubs and Lions Family Night Point Leo house 5.30pm till 8.30pm JSLP Nipper Session COSY CORNER (TORQUAY) JUNIOR CARNIVAL (Competitors only) JSLP Nipper Session JSLP Nipper Session Carnival JSLP Nipper Session JSLP Nipper Session

13 Tuesday 16/01/ ) Venue: Point Leo 21/01/ /01/2018 Venue: Point Leo 4/02/2018 Venue: Point Leo 11/02/ /02/2018 Venue: Point Leo 25/02/ /03/2018 Venue: Point Leo Saturday 10/03/ /03/2017 Junior Championships JUNIOR QUALIFYING CARNIVAL #1 CHELSEA JUNIOR CARNIVAL (Competitors Only) Junior Surf Sports Training (Competitors Only) Junior Surf Sports Training (Competitors Only) MORDIALLOC CARNIVAL (Competitors Only) Junior Competition Training 10.00am pm (Competitors Only) JUNIOR QUALIFYING CARNIVAL #2 LORNE JUNIOR CARNIVAL (Competitors Only) Junior Competition Training 10.00am pm (Competitors Only) VICTORIAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS Warrnambool (Competitors Only) VICTORIAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS Warrnambool (Competitors Only) The above schedule may change as the season approaches. Please ensure you have a valid address registered on your membership that is checked regularly and that you have a parent s mobile phone number listed on your nipper s membership records so that a text message can be sent to you if we need to advise you of any unforeseen changes. 13

14 Point Leo SLSC Junior Surf Lifesaving Program: Lions Each session throughout the season has been planned to provide Juniors with a variety of activities. Specific details by age group and sessions are shown below. Sessions for Lions are from 10.15am to 12.30pm plus Surf Education. Wednesday Friday Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Surf Education 27/12 29/12 31/12 2/1 4/1 7/1 9/1 11/1 14/1 16/ am Upstairs 11 BOYS * * Carnival *29/12/2017 *07/01/ GIRLS * * Carnival *29/12/2017 *07/01/ BOYS * Carnival * *04/01/2018 *11/01/ GIRLS * Carnival * *04/01/2018 *11/01/ BOYS * Carnival * *02/01/2018 *14/01/

15 13 GIRLS * Carnival * *02/01/2018 *14/01/ BOYS Carnival Surf Rescue Certificate 14 GIRLS Carnival Surf Rescue Certificate 15

16 Point Leo SLSC Junior Surf Lifesaving Program: Cubs Each session throughout the season has been planned to provide Juniors with a variety of activities. Specific details by age group and sessions are shown below. Sessions for Cubs are from 8.30 am to 10.30pm plus Surf Education. Wednesday Friday Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Surf Education 27/12 29/12 31/12 2/1 4/1 7/1 9/1 11/1 14/1 16/ am Upstairs 7 BOYS * * Carnival *29/12/2017 *04/01/ GIRLS * * Carnival *29/12/2017 *04/01/2018 * * 8 BOYS Carnival *31/12/2017 *07/01/2018 * * 8 *31/12/2017 GIRLS Carnival *07/01/2018 * * 9 *02/01/2018 BOYS Carnival *11/01/

17 * * 9 *02/01/2018 GIRLS Carnival *11/01/ BOYS * Carnival * *27/12/2017 *14/01/ GIRLS * Carnival * *27/12/2017 *14/01/

18 Below is the LSV Junior Skills Evaluation and Surf Education Requirements 2017/18: Age Group Preliminary Assessment Competition Skills Junior Development (Pool or open water) Evaluation Program Award (Surf/openwater) Under 7 From a standing position in Not required Surf Play Two waist deep water perform a (no competition for this age front glide, kick for 3m and group) recover to a secure position. Perform a back float for 30 seconds and recover to a secure position. Under 8 25metre swim (any stroke) Not required Surf Aware One 1minute survival float (on (no water competition, back) except for wade which takes place in waist deep water) Under 9 25metre swim (any stroke) 150m open water swim Surf Aware Two 1minute survival float (on within 12 minutes back) (continuous freestyle) Under 10 25metre swim 150m open water swim Surf Safe One (freestyle/front crawl) within 11 minutes 1 1/2minutes survival float (continuous freestyle) (on back) Under 11 50metre swim 288m open water swim Surf Safe Two (freestyle/front crawl) within 12 minutes 2minutes survival float (on (continuous freestyle) back) Under metre swim 288m open water swim Surf Smart One (freestyle/front crawl) within 10 minutes 2minutes survival float (on (continuous freestyle) back) Under metre swim 288m open water swim Surf Smart Two (freestyle/front crawl) within 9 minutes (continuous 3minutes survival float (on freestyle) back) Under metre swim 288m open water swim Surf Rescue Certificate (freestyle/front crawl within 5 within 9 minutes (continuous minutes) freestyle) 18

19 3minutes survival float (on back) Assessors Prelim Assessments / Comp Skills Evaluations: Level 1 Coach, Level 1 Official, Training Officer (SRC/Bronze), Assessor (SRC/Bronze), Age Manager Presenter *Prelim Assessments Only: AUSTSWIM or equivalent Teacher of ming & Water Safety (ie Teacher) 19

JUNIORS Club Guide Section 12

JUNIORS Club Guide Section 12 Club Guide Section 12 MEMBERSHIP DEVELOPMENT Surf Life Saving SA endeavours to provide continuous personal and professional development opportunities for all members through their lifesaving experiences.

More information

FAMILY PARTICIPATION PROGRAM

FAMILY PARTICIPATION PROGRAM INSERT CLUB LOGO FAMILY PARTICIPATION PROGRAM (INSERT CLUB NAME) SURF LIFESAVING SNAPSHOT Surf Life Saving in Queensland is made up of 58 surf clubs from Rainbow Bay to Port Douglas 6 Branches - Point

More information

Mooloolaba Surf Life Saving Club NIPPER INFORMATION HANDBOOK SEASON Page 0

Mooloolaba Surf Life Saving Club NIPPER INFORMATION HANDBOOK SEASON Page 0 Mooloolaba Surf Life Saving Club NIPPER INFORMATION HANDBOOK SEASON 2016-2017 Page 0 Contents The Junior Activities Committee, Age Managers & Coaches Page 2 What is Mooloolaba Nippers all about? Page 4

More information

Sutherland District Hockey Club Inc. Junior Hockey Policies

Sutherland District Hockey Club Inc. Junior Hockey Policies Policy Purpose To provide clear principles, guidelines and procedures by which the Club will organise its junior hockey operations. These policies will assist players, parents, selectors, coaches and managers

More information

Junior. Team Managers & Officials Handbook 2017/18

Junior. Team Managers & Officials Handbook 2017/18 Junior Team Managers & Officials Handbook 2017/18 Contents Foreword 1 Useful Resources & Information 1 Staff and Key Representative Listing 2 1.0 Carnival Entry 3 1.1 Carnival Entry Procedure 3 1.2 Carnival

More information

ELIGIBILITY TO COMPETE

ELIGIBILITY TO COMPETE SLSA Policy Title: Eligibility to compete in SLSA competition. Document Number: 5.04 Last Review Date: October 2016 Next Review Date: June 2017 SUMMARY Surf Life Saving Australia (SLSA) competition is

More information

AUSTSWIM COURSES 2015

AUSTSWIM COURSES 2015 AUSTSWIM Teacher of Swimming and Water Safety TM 16-20 hrs (Theory & Practical Presentation) 1. Overview of AUSTSWIM and the aquatic industry 2. Legal responsibilities for the AUSTSWIM teacher 3. How people

More information

JUNIOR SURF 2017/2018. Developing the Lifeguards of the Future

JUNIOR SURF 2017/2018. Developing the Lifeguards of the Future JUNIOR SURF 2017/2018 Developing the Lifeguards of the Future Welcome to the Mount Maunganui Lifeguard Service We would like to welcome new and existing members to the 2017/2018 Junior Surf Season! We

More information

N E T B A L L C U BH L INFORMATION HANDBOOK WINTER Trial Dates: Sunday 7 and Sunday 14 February Please arrive 15 minutes early

N E T B A L L C U BH L INFORMATION HANDBOOK WINTER Trial Dates: Sunday 7 and Sunday 14 February Please arrive 15 minutes early HUB U BH L N E T B A L L C INFORMATION HANDBOOK WINTER 2016 Trial Dates: Sunday 7 and Sunday 14 February 2016 Please arrive 15 minutes early WELCOME Dear players and parents, The Hub Netball Club invites

More information

Proudly supported by

Proudly supported by Proudly supported by The Awards of Excellence recognises outstanding achievements and contributions in all aspects of Surf Life Saving. The awards will celebrate the accomplishments of members and clubs

More information

Vigilance and Service April 2011

Vigilance and Service April 2011 CIRCULAR 1105 Vigilance and Service April 2011 To: From: Illawarra Clubs Maria Sewell, Office Manager Date: 6 April 2011 Subject: SLSI Awards of Excellence Nominations Nominations are now being called

More information

ISSUE DATE: 24 th March 2016 CIRCULAR NO: 35/15-16

ISSUE DATE: 24 th March 2016 CIRCULAR NO: 35/15-16 Surf Life Saving Sydney Inc. Established October 1907 ABN 74 781 063 539 Telephone: (02)9019 0722 Facsimile: (02) 9019 0720 PO Box 6006, Malabar NSW 2036 Email: admin@surflifesavingsydney.com.au ISSUE

More information

Parent & Swimmer Handbook. Updated January Inverness Amateur Swimming Club Parent and swimmer handbook

Parent & Swimmer Handbook. Updated January Inverness Amateur Swimming Club Parent and swimmer handbook Parent & Swimmer Handbook Updated January 2016 Welcome Welcome to Inverness Amateur Swimming Club (IASC). We hope you and your child enjoy your time with us and we hope this handbook gives you the information

More information

NEWSLETTER VU SWIM SCHOOL

NEWSLETTER VU SWIM SCHOOL TERM 1 VU SWIM SCHOOL NEWSLETTER WHY THE VU SWIM SCHOOL? The Victoria University Swim School runs Learn to Swim programs for infants, children and adults. Classes are small to allow for maximum learning

More information

Team Manager's and Official's Handbook 2015/16

Team Manager's and Official's Handbook 2015/16 Team Manager's and Official's Handbook 2015/16 Contents Foreward 2 Useful Resources & Information 2 Staff and Key Representative Listing 3 General Competition Information 4 Carnival Entry Procedure (Junior

More information

Ocean Beach Surf Life Saving Club Junior Activities

Ocean Beach Surf Life Saving Club Junior Activities Ocean Beach Surf Life Saving Club Junior Activities NIPPERS INFORMATION BOOK 2017/2018 SEASON Ocean Beach SLSC Juniors @oceanbeachslsc CONTENTS Season Calendar... 2 Welcome to Ocean Beach Nippers... 2

More information

Surf Life Saving Central Coast

Surf Life Saving Central Coast CIRCULAR 1370 Released October 2017 SLSCC Lifesaving Championships Audience: Club Presidents, Directors of Administration, Directors of Surf Sports Date: 6 October 2017 Contact: Chris Styant Support Officer

More information

NEW SWIMMER EVALUATIONS WILL BE HELD AT THE VENTURA AQUATIC CENTER POOL 901 South Kimball Rd. Ventura, California ON AN ONGOING BASIS

NEW SWIMMER EVALUATIONS WILL BE HELD AT THE VENTURA AQUATIC CENTER POOL 901 South Kimball Rd. Ventura, California ON AN ONGOING BASIS CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF COMPETITIVE SWIMMING IN VENTURA COUNTY NEW SWIMMER EVALUATIONS WILL BE HELD AT THE VENTURA AQUATIC CENTER POOL 901 South Kimball Rd. Ventura, California ON AN ONGOING BASIS For

More information

Water Polo Prospectus 2015

Water Polo Prospectus 2015 Water Polo Prospectus 2015 Rugby players are tough. Swimmers are in amazing shape. Basketball players are among the most athletic. Water Polo players? They re all three. Source: Bleacher Report Background

More information

Swimming Lessons are Changing A Parents Guide

Swimming Lessons are Changing A Parents Guide Swimming Lessons are Changing A Parents Guide Your Aquatics Journey Starts Here In partnership with the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA), Kirklees Active Leisure are currently embarking on a change within

More information

Team Vic Australian Football 15 Years & under Boys Trial information

Team Vic Australian Football 15 Years & under Boys Trial information Team Vic Australian Football 15 Years & under Boys Trial information 15 YEARS AND UNDER Age Eligibility: 15 years and under as at 31 December in the year of competition. For 2018, students must be born

More information

Scottish Swimming Regulations. Diving National Discipline Committee

Scottish Swimming Regulations. Diving National Discipline Committee Issue 2 June 2011 Scottish Swimming Regulations for the Diving National Discipline Committee Regulations Page 1 of 8 Diving Committee Regulations INDEX SECTION D1 General SECTION D2 Championship/Meets

More information

SCHOOLS WATER POLO 2016

SCHOOLS WATER POLO 2016 1 SCHOOLS WATER POLO 2016 To: All school water polo co-ordinators: Water Polo Tasmania (WPTAS) will again conduct a water polo competition for primary schools, high schools and colleges in 2016. Competition

More information

Community Pool Mini Winter Swim Instruction 2018

Community Pool Mini Winter Swim Instruction 2018 Community Pool Mini Winter Swim Instruction 2018 January 26 March 8, 2018 (6 Weeks) Lessons WILL be held during the Family Day Weekend (February 16-19/18) On-Line registration will open Thursday, January

More information

FIELD, BOUNDARY, GOAL UMPIRE MANUAL. Standards / Policies / Procedures / Expectations - SEASON

FIELD, BOUNDARY, GOAL UMPIRE MANUAL. Standards / Policies / Procedures / Expectations - SEASON FIELD, BOUNDARY, GOAL UMPIRE MANUAL Standards / Policies / Procedures / Expectations Issued by the Southern Football Netball League Umpiring Department To be read in conjunction with: a. information provided

More information

Swimming Coaches Handbook 2014

Swimming Coaches Handbook 2014 Swimming Coaches Handbook 2014 Welcome to MBBC Swimming 2014 On behalf of all staff at MBBC I wish to say thank you for your contribution to the swimming program. It is my wish that the experiences that

More information

Pupils and Parents Handbook

Pupils and Parents Handbook Swimming Department Pupils and Parents Handbook Thank you in advance, for taking the time to read this. Your support is invaluable and assists both the swimming department and the children. If anyone wishes

More information

Secondary Sport Information Booklet 2017

Secondary Sport Information Booklet 2017 Secondary Sport Information Booklet 2017 What are the College aims? The Secondary Sport Program at Mount Carmel College aims to promote participation, respect and cooperation. It also provides an opportunity

More information

Pupils and Parents Handbook

Pupils and Parents Handbook Swimming Department Pupils and Parents Handbook Thank you in advance, for taking the time to read this. Your support is invaluable and assists both the swimming department and the children. If anyone wishes

More information

JUNIOR LIFE SAVER OF THE YEAR 2010/11 Nomination Process & Program

JUNIOR LIFE SAVER OF THE YEAR 2010/11 Nomination Process & Program JUNIOR LIFE SAVER OF THE YEAR 2010/11 Nomination Process & Program The Director of Youth & Membership, Glenn Langley invites you to nominate your outstanding Under 14 club members for Surf Life Saving

More information

Access your child s swimming lesson progress online with the Denbighshire Leisure Parent Portal.

Access your child s swimming lesson progress online with the Denbighshire Leisure Parent Portal. Swimming Lessons Access your child s swimming lesson progress online with the Denbighshire Leisure Parent Portal. To access the Parent Portal, please visit www.denbighshireleisure.co.uk and follow the

More information

FM Soccer Club Travel Program. Travel Soccer For those players looking for more...

FM Soccer Club Travel Program. Travel Soccer For those players looking for more... Travel Soccer For those players looking for more... Program Objectives... 3 Travel Program Ruling Bodies... 3 Travel Program Philosophy... 4 Travel Team Player Selection:... 4 Player and Parents Commitment

More information

Hoe Tonga Regional Waka Ama Sprint Championship 2017

Hoe Tonga Regional Waka Ama Sprint Championship 2017 Hoe Tonga Regional Waka Ama Sprint Championship 2017 9-10 December Henley Lake, Masterton 2 of 12 Key dates Mid-November: clubs to have affiliated all paddlers that wish to race at Regionals 2017 Entries

More information

Al Palladini Community Centre 9201 Islington Ave., Woodbridge. Fri Sep 29 6:30-10:00pm Fri Jan 12 5:30-9:00pm

Al Palladini Community Centre 9201 Islington Ave., Woodbridge. Fri Sep 29 6:30-10:00pm Fri Jan 12 5:30-9:00pm Becoming a Lifeguard & Swim Instructor leadership Becoming a Lifeguard & Swim Instructor Bronze Medallion & Emergency First Aid Learn lifesaving principles embodied in the (4) components of water-rescue

More information

Grange Surf Life Saving Club Saves Lives.

Grange Surf Life Saving Club Saves Lives. Grange Surf Life Saving Club Saves Lives. Sponsorship Packages 2017 South Australia s Safest Beach Our Club. Your Safety. Surf life saving is part of Australia s heritage and one of its greatest traditions.

More information

North Stainley CE Primary School

North Stainley CE Primary School North Stainley CE Primary School Swimming Policy North Stainley C.E. School Swimming Policy AIMS OF SWIMMING To provide a meaningful and safe swimming experience for children. To reinforce the stated aims

More information

(and by appointment) In the Swim... BUNBURY CATHEDRAL GRAMMAR SCHOOL

(and by appointment) In the Swim... BUNBURY CATHEDRAL GRAMMAR SCHOOL (and by appointment) In the Swim... BUNBURY CATHEDRAL GRAMMAR SCHOOL BUNBURY CATHEDRAL GRAMMAR SCHOOL Ph (08) 9722 6000 F (08) 9722 6190 www.bcgs.wa.edu.au Introduction The co-curricular swimming program

More information

SECONDARY SPORT HANDBOOK

SECONDARY SPORT HANDBOOK St Aloysius College SECONDARY SPORT HANDBOOK Secondary Sport Coordinator Ms Katie Fenoughty Phone: 0447 937 709 Email: kfenoughty@sac.sa.edu.au Physical Education Coordinator Interschool & SAC Athletics

More information

Life Saver s Motto. Vigilance & Service

Life Saver s Motto. Vigilance & Service March 2014 IMPORTANT DATES CARNIVALS 8-9.3.14 Qld Senior State Champs, North Kirra 14-16.3.14 Qld Junior State Champs, North Kirra 30.3.14 Eimeo SLSClub Champs COURSES 29.3.14 9am Silver Medallion: Basic

More information

2017/2018 Triathlon Program Scholarship Nomination Form

2017/2018 Triathlon Program Scholarship Nomination Form 2017/2018 Triathlon Program Scholarship Nomination Form The South West Sydney Academy of Sport (SWSAS) implements high performance programs for talent identified athletes from South-Western Sydney across

More information

Chatswood Junior Rugby Club Introduction to Minis Rugby

Chatswood Junior Rugby Club Introduction to Minis Rugby Chatswood Junior Rugby Club Introduction to Minis Rugby Welcome to the Chatswood Junior Rugby Club (CJRC) for 2016 The purpose of this introduction is to outline some of the features of CJRC and to assist

More information

Aquatics Program Guide

Aquatics Program Guide Colorado Springs 5904 Prairie Schooner Drive Colorado Springs, CO 80923 villasport.com/cs 719-522-1221 The Woodlands 4141 Technology Forest Boulevard The Woodlands, TX 77381 villasport.com/tw 832-585-0822

More information

11. Course Director Course

11. Course Director Course 11. Course Director Course 11.1 Introduction The Course Director course is the first module of SDI s Instructor Trainer (IT) development program. This program trains candidates to conduct the SDI Instructor

More information

Flatwater Instructor Log Book

Flatwater Instructor Log Book Flatwater Instructor Log Book Name: Canoe South Australia PO Box 281 Port Adelaide SA 5006 (08) 8240 3294 Australian Canoeing PO Box 6805 Silverwater NSW 2128 (02) 8116 9727 Canoe South Australia Flatwater

More information

New Zealand Golf Selection Policy

New Zealand Golf Selection Policy 1 Contents Introduction... 3 Eligibility..... 4 Selection New Zealand Team Representation.... 5 The New Zealand Golf Talent Development Programme 7 Phase Two, National Junior Talent Identification, Verification

More information

Shelly Beach SLSC Handbook 2017 / 2018

Shelly Beach SLSC Handbook 2017 / 2018 Shelly Beach SLSC Handbook 2017 / 2018 (Revision 15 th Oct 2017) A guide to your club For regular updates: www.shellybeachsurfclub.com 1 This Page is Blank 2 Contents Presidents Welcome... Page 4 Communication...

More information

Barker Foundation Aquatic Centre. Courses of Study. A Guide for Students in Year 9 in Terms & Conditions

Barker Foundation Aquatic Centre. Courses of Study. A Guide for Students in Year 9 in Terms & Conditions Barker Foundation Aquatic Centre Courses of Study A Guide for Students in Year 9 in 2018 Terms & Conditions Contents 1. Swimming Pathway... 3 2. Enrolments... 7 3. Fees... 8 4. Attendance... 11 5. Credits

More information

Final Draft SURFBOARD, BODYBOARD AND WAVE SKI RIDING

Final Draft SURFBOARD, BODYBOARD AND WAVE SKI RIDING Final Draft 19.2.03 1 INTRODUCTION SURFBOARD, BODYBOARD AND WAVE SKI RIDING Parents or caregivers must be informed of full details of the possible locations, mobile phone number for emergency contact purposes,

More information

Orange Little Athletics Club Season Handbook

Orange Little Athletics Club Season Handbook Orange Little Athletics Club Season Handbook 2017-2018 www.orangela.org.au Handbook Version 1.1 Updated 31 October 2017 CONTENTS Welcome 2 Aims of Orange Little Athletics Club 3 Committee Contact Details

More information

Blue Star SWIM TRAINING. Bistro

Blue Star SWIM TRAINING. Bistro January 2017 Blue Star EMAIL ADDRESS Please ensure your email is up to date with Belinda in the office. OFFICE HOURS The Surf Office will be open Monday to Friday from 10am to 4.00pm Inside this issue:

More information

TEAM MANAGER LITE ENTRY INSTRUCTIONS

TEAM MANAGER LITE ENTRY INSTRUCTIONS TEAM MANAGER LITE ENTRY INSTRUCTIONS SLSWA would like to help make the entries process as simple as possible so to assist you all we have created a step by step guide that outlines all of the key details

More information

Nipper Information Guide

Nipper Information Guide Nipper Information Guide Mullaloo Surf Life Saving Club 2017/18 EST. 1961 CONTENTS Key Contacts... 3 Membership... 5 Nipper Age Groups... 6 Proficiency Swims... 6 Nippers On Sundays... 7 Uniforms... 8

More information

National Plan for Teaching Swimming, powered by British Gas

National Plan for Teaching Swimming, powered by British Gas National Plan for Teaching Swimming, powered by British Gas Introduction The National Plan for Teaching Swimming 2007 (NPTS), powered by British Gas, is the national syllabus produced by the ASA to assist

More information

Anyone using surf craft must ensure to their own satisfaction that the surf craft is undamaged and safe to use before using the surf craft.

Anyone using surf craft must ensure to their own satisfaction that the surf craft is undamaged and safe to use before using the surf craft. Shelly Beach Surf Life Saving Club Club Surf Craft Use Policy (v1.3-11 th August 2017) Purpose To provide a framework for the use of Club surf craft that is fair and consistent, encourages development

More information

BECOMING A BOND SWIMMER

BECOMING A BOND SWIMMER ATHLETE CENTRED / COACH DRIVEN / PARENT SUPPORTED BECOMING A BOND SWIMMER New swimmers may be invited to join Squad Training for a trial period of up to one week. This trial period allows for both the

More information

Informational Guide for:

Informational Guide for: 2018 Informational Guide for: Venturing Crew 513 1 Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Welcome Letter 3 Class Schedule 4-5 Driving Directions: Centennial High School 7 Program Notes and Reminders 8 Course

More information

Parent Information Pack

Parent Information Pack Parent Information Pack Aquatics Co-ordinator: Katie Lynch Contact Number: 0151 794 3290 Email: katie81@liv.ac.uk Website: www.liv.ac.uk/sports/swim-school Welcome to Sport Liverpool Swim School; here

More information

Umpires. Coach Professional. Development Program

Umpires. Coach Professional. Development Program Umpires Coach Professional Development Program Australian Football League AFL Umpires Coach Professional Development Program 1. Introduction The coach in a football club is known to have the greatest influence

More information

Teaching young people to learn to swim

Teaching young people to learn to swim Teaching young people to learn to swim A community effort SALLY ROBERTSON KEY POINTS Learning to swim is crucial for water safety. Schools in this survey saw swimming as an important skill for students

More information

Saskatchewan Short Course A Provincial Championships and Junior Cup Technical Package Revised Dec 2016 Page 1. Short Course

Saskatchewan Short Course A Provincial Championships and Junior Cup Technical Package Revised Dec 2016 Page 1. Short Course Page 1 Swim Saskatchewan Short Course A Provincial Championships & Junior Cup Meet Managers Handbook/Technical Package Revised Dec. 2016 Page 2 SASKATCHEWAN OPEN SHORT COURSE A PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

More information

Leatherhead Swimming Club David Vine Head Coach. Squad Descriptions 2015/2016

Leatherhead Swimming Club David Vine Head Coach. Squad Descriptions 2015/2016 Leatherhead Swimming Club David Vine Head Coach Squad Descriptions 2015/2016 Swim Academy LTAD Fundamentals The Leatherhead swimming academy will teach swimmers from non-swimmer up to a level where the

More information

Training Advice for Coasteering Guides

Training Advice for Coasteering Guides Beach Advisory Group Training Advice for Coasteering Guides 1.0 Background The information contained within this document is based on a competence- based training framework, designed to assist coasteering

More information

H 2 O SWIMMING WORKS TERMS & CONDITIONS

H 2 O SWIMMING WORKS TERMS & CONDITIONS H 2 O SWIMMING WORKS TERMS & CONDITIONS 171024 1.0 NEW ENROLMENTS All new Learn to Swim enrolments are only accepted with a completed and signed Application Form acknowledging and accepting the following

More information

This meet is open to financial, registered (at the time of competition) Swimming New Zealand Competitive Swimmers.

This meet is open to financial, registered (at the time of competition) Swimming New Zealand Competitive Swimmers. General Information Swimming New Zealand rules and regulations govern this competition. This meet is open to financial, registered (at the time of competition) Swimming New Zealand Competitive Swimmers.

More information

CYCLING SCOTLAND SCOTTISH CHARITY NO.SCO29760 CYCLE FRIENDLY EMPLOYER AWARD HANDBOOK

CYCLING SCOTLAND SCOTTISH CHARITY NO.SCO29760 CYCLE FRIENDLY EMPLOYER AWARD HANDBOOK CYCLING SCOTLAND SCOTTISH CHARITY NO.SCO29760 CYCLE FRIENDLY EMPLOYER HANDBOOK THE CYCLE FRIENDLY EMPLOYER ABOUT CYCLING SCOTLAND Cycling Scotland is a registered charity (SC029760) and a company limited

More information

During the course you'll learn how to apply the PADI System of Education by presenting at least:

During the course you'll learn how to apply the PADI System of Education by presenting at least: The PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC) is the gateway to becoming a PADI Diving Instructor. As the course name indicates this is about developing you as an instructor and teacher, not as a diver

More information

essential guide the HABC Level 2 Award in Pool Lifeguarding (QCF) 2013 Yearly Planner FREE Trainer/Assessor Conversion Days

essential guide the HABC Level 2 Award in Pool Lifeguarding (QCF) 2013 Yearly Planner FREE Trainer/Assessor Conversion Days HABC Level 2 Award in Pool Lifeguarding (QCF) the essential guide including: 2013 Yearly Planner FREE Trainer/Assessor Conversion Days FREE HABC Pool Lifeguard Information sessions Welcome to the essential

More information

HIGHVIEW COLLEGE RECREATIONAL WATER POLICY

HIGHVIEW COLLEGE RECREATIONAL WATER POLICY HIGHVIEW COLLEGE RECREATIONAL WATER POLICY Person Responsible Sports Co-ordinator Rationale Recreational swimming occurs when learning swimming and water safety is not the main objective of the activity.

More information

Setting up a new club

Setting up a new club Setting up a new club can be daunting although it need not be and can actually be fairly straightforward. Here are 10 steps which you might find help you get started Step 1 Are there any existing clubs

More information

Wollondilly Community Leisure Centre. Risk Assessment, EAP, Conditions of Hire For Schools and Event Organisers

Wollondilly Community Leisure Centre. Risk Assessment, EAP, Conditions of Hire For Schools and Event Organisers Wollondilly Community Leisure Centre Risk Assessment, EAP, Conditions of Hire For Schools and Event Organisers Contents Page 1 Contents & Recommendations for running your event Page Site Plan including

More information

Swim Team. Parents Handbook

Swim Team. Parents Handbook Swim Team Parents Handbook WELCOME TO THE HAMMERHEADS Welcome to the Hammerheads! We re glad to see those of you who swam with us last year and we re thrilled to welcome new Hammerhead swimmers and their

More information

This pack should contain all the information you need but do ask questions or log on to the club website at overtonrugby.com.

This pack should contain all the information you need but do ask questions or log on to the club website at overtonrugby.com. Welcome to a new season of Mini and Youth Rugby at Overton Rugby Football Club, where we are rightly proud of the achievements and the excellent attitude of our young players. The club aims to ensure that

More information

10/1/14 PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENT TEAM UNITY COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENT TEAM UNITY COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

10/1/14 PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENT TEAM UNITY COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENT TEAM UNITY COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE 1 AGENDA Welcome About the Team Practices and absences Meet schedule and information Team captain selection Club communications Team gear Safety Volunteers Fundraising Who to contact with questions 2 INTRODUCTION

More information

CLUB MISSION STATEMENT

CLUB MISSION STATEMENT WELCOME MESSAGE The Melton Soccer Club was established in Melton in 1968 with the first year of competition being in 1969. The Club underwent a name change and competed as Melton Phoenix FC for the first

More information

Before they start school, start swimming A guide for parents. SSW_Parents_Info_A5_100317_FC_CUS.indd 1

Before they start school, start swimming A guide for parents. SSW_Parents_Info_A5_100317_FC_CUS.indd 1 Before they start school, start swimming A guide for parents SSW_Parents_Info_A5_100317_FC_CUS.indd 1 13/03/2017 19:06 Before they start school, start swimming Encouraging your child to learn to swim is

More information

Waterford Soccer Club Travel Team Policies

Waterford Soccer Club Travel Team Policies Waterford Soccer Club Travel Team Policies Introduction The following document describes the policies which Waterford Soccer Club (WSC) uses to administer its Travel Soccer program. While the club by-laws

More information

Welcome Pack. Welcome to Oxford Harlequins M&Js

Welcome Pack. Welcome to Oxford Harlequins M&Js Welcome Pack Welcome to Oxford Harlequins M&Js And so a new season of Mini and Junior rugby begins at Oxford Rugby Football Club, where we are rightly proud of the achievements and the excellent attitude

More information

Lifeguard Candidate s Information (for course purposes only) Date of Course: Name: Cell phone: address: Home address: 1 P a g e

Lifeguard Candidate s Information (for course purposes only) Date of Course: Name: Cell phone:  address: Home address: 1 P a g e Please fill out this page upon registration and return it back to the front desk staff. This page must be submitted for you to complete the online trainings. Thank you Lifeguard Candidate s Information

More information

Surf Life Saving WIDE BAY CAPRICORN

Surf Life Saving WIDE BAY CAPRICORN Surf Life Saving WIDE BAY CAPRICORN PO Box 6170, East Bundaberg, Q, 4670. Ph: (07) 41111000 Fax: (07) 41533227 email slswbc@lifesaving.com.au www.slswbc@lifesaving.com.au DATE: 8 January 2014 TO: SUBJECT:

More information

10. Instructor Development Course (IDC) and the Instructor Evaluation Course (IEC)

10. Instructor Development Course (IDC) and the Instructor Evaluation Course (IEC) 10. Instructor Development Course (IDC) and the Instructor Evaluation Course (IEC) 10.1 Introduction The SDI Instructor course is designed to teach current divemasters or assistant instructors the knowledge

More information

Program Assistant Aquatics

Program Assistant Aquatics Program Assistant Aquatics : To assist the Department of Community Services with program delivery and supervision of the outdoor aquatics programs, as well as to evaluate and provide administrative operational

More information

WWSC NEWSLETTER No 18

WWSC NEWSLETTER No 18 WWSC NEWSLETTER No 18 October, 2016 Message from the Board Helpful things to know about training Welcome to the 2016/17 summer season. We are very happy to see that there is a great mix of new and returning

More information

Twin Creeks Swim Team 2015 Parent Information Packet

Twin Creeks Swim Team 2015 Parent Information Packet Twin Creeks Swim Team 2015 Parent Information Packet Welcome! Thank you for your interest in the Twin Creeks Tiger Sharks 2015! We are excited to have your family as part of the team! This packet will

More information

Morpeth Amateur Swimming Club. Squad Aims and Objectives

Morpeth Amateur Swimming Club. Squad Aims and Objectives Morpeth Amateur Swimming Club Squad Aims and Objectives Introduction As a Club it is essential that we have in place a training structure that is suitable for all of our swimmers and cost effective. As

More information

Tees Active Ltd. School Swimming Guidelines

Tees Active Ltd. School Swimming Guidelines Tees Active Ltd. School Swimming Guidelines Version Author Comments Date 1 D. Wilson 06.09.14 1 2 1. INTRODUCTION This document has been designed to offer guidance to the pupils and schools that receive

More information

Contents. Introduction Teams Under 10s (8 to 10 years) Under 12s, Under 14s & Under 16s Competition Cricket... 5

Contents. Introduction Teams Under 10s (8 to 10 years) Under 12s, Under 14s & Under 16s Competition Cricket... 5 U10, U12, U14 & U16 Welcome Pack 2016 2017 Contents Introduction... 4 Teams... 4 Under 10s (8 to 10 years)... 5 Under 12s, Under 14s & Under 16s Competition Cricket... 5 Post Training BBQ... 5 Home Grounds...

More information

AVONDALE HEIGHTS FOOTBALL CLUB WE RE THE HEIGHTS

AVONDALE HEIGHTS FOOTBALL CLUB WE RE THE HEIGHTS WE RE THE HEIGHTS SIDE BY SIDE WE RE THE HEIGHTS! GROUND LIGHTING UPGRADED SPORTS PAVILION NIGHT FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM - 1966 Under 15 s We have come a long way in 50 years. We thank our forefathers for

More information

Bristol Penguin Olympic Swimming Club

Bristol Penguin Olympic Swimming Club Bristol Penguin Olympic Swimming Club Key Information Bristol Penguin Olympic Swimming Club started life at Speedwell Swimming Pool in 1969. We moved to Leisure Centre when Speedwell closed in 2005 and

More information

OFF THE BLOCKS. CBAC Newsletter November Seems like we just said hello and we've already hit 90 km/hr toward the end of our first quarter!

OFF THE BLOCKS. CBAC Newsletter November Seems like we just said hello and we've already hit 90 km/hr toward the end of our first quarter! Coach s Corner Seems like we just said hello and we've already hit 90 km/hr toward the end of our first quarter! Please make sure you read the webpage regularly, visit our Facebook page, talk to your coach

More information

Perth Basketball Association Est 1964 A Proud Past & Exciting Future

Perth Basketball Association Est 1964 A Proud Past & Exciting Future Inc ABN 40 948 669 807 Affiliated with Basketball WA Office: Leisurelife Centre 34 Kent Street East Vic Park Mail: PO Box 1164 East Victoria Park, WA 6891 Phone: (08) 9472 8110 Email: admin@perthredbacks.asn.au

More information

NCAS HIGH PERFORMANCE SURF LIFE SAVING PROGRAM

NCAS HIGH PERFORMANCE SURF LIFE SAVING PROGRAM North Coast Academy of Sport PO Box 157 Lismore NSW 2480 Ph: (02) 6620 3073 Fax: (02) 6620 3707 Email: info@ncas.org.au Web: www.ncas.org.au ABN: 19 536 201 275 NCAS HIGH PERFORMANCE SURF LIFE SAVING PROGRAM

More information

Mahaska County YMCA Dolphins Swim Team Parent Handbook

Mahaska County YMCA Dolphins Swim Team Parent Handbook Mahaska County YMCA Dolphins Swim Team 2015 2016 Parent Handbook Dear Parents: The YMCA mission is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for

More information

2018 SEASON REGISTRATION INFORMATION

2018 SEASON REGISTRATION INFORMATION 2018 SEASON REGISTRATION INFORMATION Website: www.budgewoifc.com.au Email: admin@budgewoifc.com.au Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/budgewoisoccer/ Budgewoi Football Club welcomes you all for the upcoming

More information

Circular 3525 Released October 2017

Circular 3525 Released October 2017 Circular 3525 Released October 2017 2018 NSW Masters and Open Championships - Entry Circular Proudly Supported by Your Local Club Attention: Club Presidents, Club Secretaries, Club Competition Officers,

More information

Lodi Blue Wave CREW Swim Team

Lodi Blue Wave CREW Swim Team Lodi Blue Wave CREW Swim Team 2017-2018 Season Parent & Swimmer Handbook Important Contact Information Head Coach: Crystal Schaaf schaacr@lodischoolswi.org Assistant Coaches: Jenn Breunig, Emma Neumaier,

More information

EVENT INFORMATION. Round 6, Caloundra 11 th February, 2018 Caloundra Power Boat Club, Woorim Park, Golden Beach, Caloundra

EVENT INFORMATION. Round 6, Caloundra 11 th February, 2018 Caloundra Power Boat Club, Woorim Park, Golden Beach, Caloundra EVENT INFORMATION Round 6, Caloundra 11 th February, 2018 Caloundra Power Boat Club, Woorim Park, Golden Beach, Caloundra DISTANCE AND LAPS SWIM CYCLE RUN SPRINT 14yrs+ 750M 20KM 4 laps 5KM ENTICER 12yrs+

More information

City of Armadale Way Out West Triathlon Champions Lakes Regatta, Perth WA 3rd and 4th March 2018

City of Armadale Way Out West Triathlon Champions Lakes Regatta, Perth WA 3rd and 4th March 2018 City of Armadale Way Out West Triathlon Champions Lakes Regatta, Perth WA 3rd and 4th March 2018 GENERAL INFORMATION EVENT RACES Double Super Sprint - All Age Categories 350m swim /12km cycle/2.5km run

More information

Syllabus. Safeguarding lives in, on and near water. National Water Safety Management Programme

Syllabus. Safeguarding lives in, on and near water. National Water Safety Management Programme Syllabus Safeguarding lives in, on and near water ent Program me and This resource is the approved material for the RLSS UK s National Water and y awareness competencies. has been specifically designed

More information

TENPIN BOWLING AUSTRALIA LTD

TENPIN BOWLING AUSTRALIA LTD TENPIN BOWLING AUSTRALIA LTD The WALTER RACHUIG TROPHY TOURNAMENT Rules - Regulations - Requirements Version 4.8 (23-1-12) 1. These Rules will apply for the conduct and control of the Walter Rachuig Trophy

More information

Before they start school, start swimming A guide for parents

Before they start school, start swimming A guide for parents Before they start school, start swimming A guide for parents Before they start school, start swimming Encouraging your child to learn to swim is one of the most important opportunities you can give them.

More information