Volunteers are the lifeblood of entities such as the Cape Paterson Surf Life Saving Club.
With an action-packed season ahead, we need volunteers. Lots of them. A community club like ours relies on its members to chip in and help. The more that gets involved, the less each person has to do. Follows are some opportunities to get involved and help out those who help you out: our surf life savers.
The Seahorse Kiosk. Last season Melinda Whitehouse did a fantastic job establishing and running the kiosk, a massive task which involved stocking and organising volunteers to run it. This year, Jenna & Carly will be responsible for the food and drink offering, but we will still need volunteers to run the kiosk.
Social Functions. We will have several social events at the club over summer that require volunteers. A calendar will be released shortly. Some volunteers will require Responsible Serving of Alcohol accreditation to work behind the bar. We are planning to hold another Responsible Serving of Alcohol (RSA) at the Club, date TBA, and it will be free for anyone to attend. This is a great accreditation to have as it is required at any event that serves alcohol, not just at Cape.
Aquathon. We will be hosting the Bass Coast Series Aquathon on Sunday 21 January. Again, this is a volunteer intensive activity which has been brilliantly supported in past years - as 2024 will mark our 27th edition of the event, it will be more important than ever to provide this support.
If you are willing to volunteer or wanting to attend the RSA course, please click here to register.
Compliance Note: Cape Paterson Surf Life Saving Club partner with Life Saving Victoria (LSV), which is a registered training organisation (RTO 21799) regulated by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA), to deliver vocational education and training services. We are recognised as a provider of quality-assured and nationally accredited qualifications. As such our courses have pre-requisites and standards that must be met including minimum training times. Pages on this website will display club-specific information as well as state and nationally regulated information. To differentiate what is club specific, look out for a [Club Specific] marker or a disclaimer describing the process as Cape Paterson-Specific