Branch Facilitated Courses are advertised on the FNC Branch Website.
Remember, nominations for all Branch Facilitated Courses must come via the Club either via the Secretary or Training Officer (email@example.com) and include the applicants current email address. - training enrolment form.
IRB Crew and Driver training has been happening over the off-season, with about 8-10 new awards expected. Those members interested in participating on the next IRB Crew and/or IRB Driver Course please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Training Location : Salt SLSC and beach will be the primary location, if conditions are not favourable a backup location will be organised and the course will proceed regardless.
Please confirm your attendance ASAP to Chief Training Officer at email@example.com.
As part of our ongoing support and club relationships we would like to share with you our Education Calendar for courses we have coming up in our area should you have any members interested in attending.
Courses are as follows:
All candidates must meet the minimum requirements and prerequisites for the awards, if you pass on their details we will be happy to clarify all this with them and have them added to our courses and confirm with your relevant club CTO and Branch DOE prior to the courses.
Any questions dont hesitate to contact Brent firstname.lastname@example.org
The ALBERT program “Australian Life Boat Emergency Rescue Training“ is a branch run training program aimed at improving the skills of current IRB drivers and crew, as well as training new drivers and crew. The program is about developing all the skills required to effectively operate an IRB in a constructive and cooperative environment.
If you are interested in joining the program in any capacity, please contact IRB Captain (email@example.com) or Club Captain (firstname.lastname@example.org) and they will help you get organised.
You can also check out the ALBERT Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/SurfLifesavingAlbert
The FNC Branch wants to attract young members onto this pathway. The majority of IRB teams across the States are under the age of 29 and consist of nearly 40% young women. The old days and old ways of IRB racing have been updated with professionally managed competitions and safe training protocols.
Bronze holders can first gain their IRB Crew Certificate, then progress towards IRB Driver Certificate.
If any SALT SLSC active members are interested in any courses advertised here, please advise by email to email@example.com