Supporting Sponsors

Supporting sponsors and donors to the club are listed below:

Warringah Council

Martin Thompson/Wong & Mayes

Bruce Louden

Darren Jones and family

Seven Miles Coffee (Gusto)

Macquarie Group Foundation

Kone Elevators

Anthony Mulvey

Phillip Harvey

Bonds Clothing

Freshwater Financial Services (Sean Richardson)

Sauter Laboro

Jason Kennett

Judith de Brazay

Leo Burnett

Mark Campbell

 

If you would like further information about sponsorship packages, please contact us at
 mail@southcurlcurlslsc.org

Primary Sponsors

The South Curl Curl Surf Life Saving Club is a non-profit tax exempt and gift deductible recipient, volunteer organisation. All donations are gratefully received and are put to good use for the benefit of the Club.  If you would like further information about sponsorship packages, please contact us at
 mail@southcurlcurlslsc.org

 

James Hawley @ Stone
https://www.stonerealestate.com.au/stone-dee-why/meet-team

James Hawley @StoneBuying, selling, renting and property management is what we do at Stone. This starts with knowing our customers, knowing what they want and where and when they want it. It’s also about knowing what’s effective and efficient in terms of the tools needed to make marketing material simple and easy to use. Our forward-thinking property experts have extensive real-estate knowledge. With our finely honed ability to accurately assess the market, we turn every valuable piece of information to your advantage – and we do it all with an honest, upfront approach so what you need to know always makes perfect sense.

Freshwater Community Bank – Bendigo Bank

fwThe generous support of our local Bendigo Bank Branch, the Freshwater Community Bank is very much appreciated by the club.  Their financial assistance ensures the continued growth of the club as a whole and the purchase of vital surf lifesaving equipment.   Click on the Freshwater Community Bank logo below for further information on their products and services.

Molly’s Cradle

Molly's Cradle Proudly owned and operated by the Skidmore family, the brand was built on a simple philosophy – from the best grapes, comes the best wines. As generational wine growers, we have been producing some of the finest wines in the Hunter Valley, with a vision and commitment to provide our customers with handcrafted, yet affordable premium wines.

Harbord Diggers

harbourd diggersHarbord Diggers has been a long time and highly appreciated supporter of our club.  They provide a significant donation to the club via their community grants program which together with the support of Bendigo Bank, has allowed us to purchase a new IRB suitable to the conditions experienced here at South Curly.  Click on the logo below for further information about the Harbord Diggers Club.

Harbord Beach Hotel
www.harbordhotel.com.au

harbordbeachhotelThe Harbord Beach Hotel is located next to the famous Freshwater Beach with a sundrenched courtyard for outdoor dining and a cosy fireplace for those chilly winter nights.

After 25 years at the Hotel, John Thorpe and Trish King have learnt a thing or two about keeping customers happy and Manager Sean King keeps the hotel running smoothly.
It’s been a while since beer was the only reason for going to the pub. These days people are demanding more from their local, all of which the Harbord Beach Hotel accomplishes with style.  Known locally as the Harbord Hilton, the food, wine and service in Freshies Garden Bar & Grill is certainly five star quality.  As well as an innovative menu, Freshies hold speciality nights. There is ‘Happy Hour’ six afternoons a week, plus live entertainment on six evenings a week and a wide variety of competitions and giveaways to keep every taste amused.  To get you home safely or to another venue the hotel also provides a free courtesy bus every Thursday to Sunday evening.

Autonomous Energy
http://www.autonomousenergy.com/

AutoEnergyAutonomous Energy is an Australian sustainable energy engineering company that offers a wide range of sustainable energy systems and engineering solutions.Our service areas include Renewable Energy Engineering and Turnkey Solar PV Systems, Professional Energy Audits, Energy Efficiency Upgrades, Energy Saving Scheme services, Carbon Management Services, Corporate Sustainability Strategy and Reporting, and Environmental Ratings for Buildings.Established in 2003, Autonomous Energy is a leader in the Australian sustainable energy industry with an unparalleled track record in implementing cost effective sustainable energy systems for our diverse range of customers.

CAV Audio Video Security
http://www.cav.com.au/

CAV Security are specialists in the design, installation, maintenance, support and servicing of CCTV security camera systems. Operating throughout NSW and QLD we supply and install quality systems for the hospitality, commercial, industrial and public sectors. Our highly trained staff are involved in all aspects of the project from the initial design, through to the installation, implementation and the training of the operators and site managers.

Manly Windows
www.manlywindows.com.au

Manly Windows Manly Windows is a team of skilled craftsmen with over 35 years’ experience in designing, manufacturing and installing quality windows and doors. We custom-build to your specifications, as well as custom-design pieces to reflect the unique qualities of your property. All our installers are fully qualified carpenters and joiners and employees of Manly Windows.

Northstar Financial Advisers
http://www.northstarfinancialadvisers.com.au

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Northstar Financial Advisers Pty Ltd is a boutique financial planning firm offering a wide variety of financial services for your individual or business needs.  We are located in Freshwater and serve a diverse range of clients across the Northern Beaches, Sydney metropolitan area and beyond. As we are privately owned, we hold our own Australian Financial Services License (AFSL 313618). This means we are not affiliated with any banks or insurance companies.  We operate on a fee for service basis, so our loyalty is to our clients and our services are based solely on your specific financial needs.

Allan Hall

AllanHall-200x200Allan Hall, a Sydney Chartered Accounting firm based on the Northern Beaches, offers a refreshing approach to help you reach and exceed your business and financial goals. We offer the professionalism of large Sydney city firms, together with personal, friendly service.

Parnell Partners, Frenchs Forest
www.parnellpartners.com.au

parnells_logo_300dpi  Parnell Partners have beenexperts in all facets of the real estate business in the Forest area for over 30 years. Renowned for achieving exceptional results in all market conditions, our continued success is proudly driven by repeat and referral business. Our agents are talented, tenacious and community minded professionals dedicated to providing unparalleled service with a refreshingly transparent approach. For all your real estate enquiries, call 2014 highest selling agency in the Forest area – Parnell Partners on 9452 5100 or visit us at www.parnellpartners.com.au

United Resource Management
http://www.urmgroup.com.au/

URMURM’s aim is to be recognised by the communities we serve and the Waste & Recycling Industry alike as a leading resource management company. Our mission is to develop, maintain and implement innovative waste and recycling solutions. URM is committed to exceeding customer expectations in the provision of integrated waste management services

Chris Flemming Building Services
www.chrisflemmingbuilding.com.au

chrisflemmingbuildingservices Chris Flemming Building Services was established in 1990 and has been serving the greater Sydney Metropolitan area for over 20 years.  Boasting a team of fully licensed, insured and dedicated tradesmen, Chris Flemming ensures all work carried out is of the highest calibre.

Sydney Beach HomesSydney Beach Homes is an award-winning building company, specialising in customised beach home design and construction.

We are Sydney-based beach home design and build specialists and we’re as passionate about living by the beach as you are. We’re highly skilled in coastal construction, embracing a wide spectrum of design styles. Whether your appetite is for a sleek and contemporary hi-tech space, an elegant Hamptons-style classic or a charming beach cottage, we’re got you covered.

You’ll find we have an expert eye, when it comes to capturing that unique coastal light, embracing the particular character of your personal patch of heaven, seamlessly blending the sanctuary of your interior with that rare oceanic ambience of the outdoors.

 

Hall Hire

Situated right on South Curl Curl beach, the Club hall and spacious private outdoor balcony are available for hire for private functions.

We offer a unique venue with unsurpassed views for weddings, conferences, business meetings, fundraisers, parties or other similar functions.

For more details or to discuss your specific requirements please contact our resident officers by email to scccaretaker@gmail.com or by phone on 0432 066292

Please note: As a general rule, the Club is not available for 18th or 21st birthday functions (or similar).

Venue

  • On the Beach.
  • Stunning panoramic views of entire Curl Curl beach.
  • Capacity for up to 120 people.
  • Stylish wooden bar leaners and stools.
  • Flat-screen televisions with HDMI links.
  • Sound system with iPod / mP3 connection.

Kitchen Facilities

  • Kitchen facilities available for the duration of your function.
  • We can provide contacts for commercial caterers or you can engage one of your choice or self-cater, at your own discretion.
  • Large Ovens (2), gas stove top (1), commercial dishwashers (2), hot water zip (portable), 1 double fridge, microwaves (2), 2 sinks & plenty of bench space & storage space.
  • NO Crockery, Cutlery, linen or kitchen equipment is provided.

Bar

  • The club has a large bar servery area that you are welcome to use.
  • Large under-bar fridge (1) is available for your use.
  • You are welcome to supply drinks to your guests for free or for your guests to BYO drinks.
  • NO Glassware or bar equipment is provided.
  • Please note: If you intend to sell alcohol during your function or operate a cash bar, you will need to arrange a special licence for the function yourself.

Balcony

  • Large, private, outdoor balcony adjoining the hall.
  • BBQ facilities available for the duration of your function.
  • A number of plastic trestle tables and black plastic chairs available for use (these can also be used inside).
  • NO BBQ utensils are provided.

Click on the link below to view an interactive map of the facilities – including the hall and balcony dimensions. Once in the map, simply click on the blue arrows to view an image.

Click Here to view the South Curly Clubhouse Interactive Map

An indication of the dates available to hire the hall can be found in the HALL BOOKING CALENDAR

Regards,

South Curly

Committee Members

Committee 2019/20

Role
Name
Contact Details
President
Graeme Dominish
0447 984 502
Vice-President
Peter Lowther
Secretary
Peter Lowther
Treasurer
Paul Brittain
Junior Activities (Nippers) President
Saul Carroll
 president@southcurlynippers.com
Cadets / Junior Development Officer
Alistair Saunders
Club Captain
Jodi Le Geyt
Patrol Supervisor
Kevin Moffat
02 9999 2032
Gear Steward
Steve Birch
0438 437 555
Chief Instructor
Mike Le Geyt
0411 057 779
Boat Captain
TBC
IRB Captain
Scott Taylor
0433 741 716
IRB Engineer
Michael Berry
0419 291 147
Craft Captain
Peter Allen
0419 616 165
Handicapper
Kevin Mullen
First Aid Officer
Cathie Dossetor
Shane Burke
0405 405 636
Competition Manager
Daana Stoker
Tour Manager
Michelle Lowery
Gym Manager
Trent Rogers
Registrar
See Administrators
WH&S Officer
Michael Woodward
Swimming Director
Richard Agius
Social Committee
Glenn Everingham & Matt
Campbell
Social Secretary
Chris Flemming (Licencee)
0411 720 966
Branch Delegate
TBC
Newsletter & Website
Vivienne de Rooy
0438 407 518
Judiciary
John White
John Cassidy
Darren Jones
Kevin Moffat
 0407 197 057
0407 197 057
0419 170 348
02 9999 2032
Finance Committee
Charles Longley
Graeme Dominish
Paul Brittain
0447 984 502
Building Committee
Jono Beavon
Chris Flemming
0411 720 966
Administration & Child Protection
Lisa Settree
Jenny Drury
0417 432 581
0419 483 130

 

Key Contacts

The club can be contacted for general enquiries as follows:

Telephone
 +61 (02) 9938 5430

Note: if your call goes to voicemail, please leave a message and one of our admin volunteers will get back to you as soon as possible.


Postal address
 P.O. Box 18, Freshwater NSW 2096

Site address
 Carrington Pde, Curl Curl NSW 2096

Email
 mail@southcurlcurlslsc.org

Office hours
 12 noon to 5pm Mondays and Fridays (by appointment)

 

Full contact details for holders of the various club roles are shown below.

Committee 2019/20

Role
Name
Contact Details
President
Graeme Dominish
0447 984 502
Vice-President
Peter Lowther
Secretary
Peter Lowther
Treasurer
Paul Brittain
Junior Activities (Nippers) President
Saul Carroll
 president@southcurlynippers.com
Cadets / Junior Development Officer
Alistair Saunders
Club Captain
Jodi Le Geyt
Patrol Supervisor
Kevin Moffat
02 9999 2032
Gear Steward
Steve Birch
0438 437 555
Chief Instructor
Mike Le Geyt
0411 057 779
Boat Captain
TBC
IRB Captain
Scott Taylor
0433 741 716
IRB Engineer
Michael Berry
0419 291 147
Craft Captain
Peter Allen
0419 616 165
Handicapper
Kevin Mullen
First Aid Officer
Cathie Dossetor
Shane Burke
0405 405 636
Competition Manager
Daana Stoker
Tour Manager
Michelle Lowery
Gym Manager
Trent Rogers
Registrar
See Administrators
WH&S Officer
Michael Woodward
Swimming Director
Richard Agius
Social Committee
Glenn Everingham & Matt
Campbell
Social Secretary
Chris Flemming (Licencee)
0411 720 966
Branch Delegate
TBC
Newsletter & Website
Vivienne de Rooy
0438 407 518
Judiciary
John White
John Cassidy
Darren Jones
Kevin Moffat
 0407 197 057
0407 197 057
0419 170 348
02 9999 2032
Finance Committee
Charles Longley
Graeme Dominish
Paul Brittain
0447 984 502
Building Committee
Jono Beavon
Chris Flemming
0411 720 966
Administration & Child Protection
Lisa Settree
Jenny Drury
0417 432 581
0419 483 130

 

Other SLSA Awards

Page under development, for any questions please refer to our Contact Us page

IRB

Page under development, for any questions please refer to our Contact Us page

Bronze Medallion

Course:

Bronze Medallion (PUA21012 Certificate II in Public Safety – Aquatic Rescue)

 

Overview (Learning Outcomes):

The aim of the Bronze Medallion course is to provide participants with the skills and knowledge of basic patrolling and surf awareness in order to be able to participate in lifesaving operations. Candidates must be a minimum of 15 years old on the date of final assessment. This is the core award to be a surf lifesaver in Australia.

The following summerises the core content of the course;

  • Safety & Wellbeing
  • Surf Awareness and Skills
  • The Human Body
  • Resuscitation
  • Defibrillation and Basic Oxygen
  • First Aid
  • Radio Communications
  • Communication
  • Rescue Techniques
  • Carries & Supports
  • Patrols

 

Course Duration:

  • Spring & Summer Squads = approx. 8-9 weeks (depending on capability)
  • Fast Track Squads = approx. 3-4 weeks (depending on capability)

 

Course Details:

Spring & Summer Squads:

Start: Date TBC

  • 2 x Sessions per week –
  • Dry: Thursday – Start: 19:00 – Finish: 20:30 @ Club hall
  • Wet: Saturday – Start: 9:30 – Finish: 11:30 @ beach & water (conditions permitting)

 

Fast Track Squad:

Start: Mid Oct – 3-4 Weeks duration

  • 4 x Sessions per week –
  • Dry: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday – Start: 18:00 – Finish: 19:30 @ Club Hall
  • Wet: Sunday mornings – Start: 9:00 – Finish: 11:00 @ Beach & Water (conditions permitting)

 

Time Commitment:

8-10 hours per week

 

Pre-requisites:

  • Candidates must be 15 years old (on the date of the final assessment) 
  • Candidates must complete the following requirement
  • Swim 400 meters in 9 minutes (or less) in swimming pool no less than 25 metres, (or over a measured open water course on flat water)
  • This requirement must be fulfilled prior to commencing any training

 

Training Resources:

Learner Guides & Manuals:

  • Public Safety and Aquatic Rescue Manual (33rd Edition)
  • Bronze Medallion Learning and Assessment Guide (Ver 2.6)
  • First Aid Training Manual (2nd Edition)
  • 33rd edition Review Questions (Ver 1.2)

 

Unit(s) of Competency:

The Certificate II in Public Safety (Aquatic Rescue) contains the following units of competency:

  • PUACOM001C – Communicate in the workplace
  • PUAEME001B – Provide emergency care
  • PUAOHS001C – Follow defined OH&S policies & procedures
  • PUAOPE002B – Operate communications systems and equipment
  • PUASAR009B – Participate in an aquatic rescue operation
  • PUASAR012B – Apply surf awareness and self rescue skills
  • PUATEA001B – Work in a team
  • PUATEA004C – Work effectively in a public safety organisation
  • HLTCPR211B – Perform CPR

 

Equipment:

Dry:

  • Oxyviva
  • Defib (AED)
  • Signal Flags
  • First Aid Kit
  • Radio
  • Resuscitation Manikin (Adult/Infant)

Wet:

  • Rescue Tubes
  • Rescue Boards
  • Spinal Board

 

Forms:

  • Membership Form
  • Training enrolment form
  • Induction form
  • Working with Children form (Photo ID – 100 Points)
  • Participant evaluation form
  • RPL application form (upon request)

 

Assessment:

Candidates will be required to demonstrate competency in all elements in the workplace. They will be required to complete activities that may include oral and written questioning, practical demonstrations of skills and performing scenarios.

 

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL):

If you believe you already possess some or all of the skills and knowledge of this course, you may wish to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).

If you wish to partake in RPL and further guidance is required, please contact the clubs’ Chief Training Officer by email: sccslsccto@gmail.com

 

Proficiency:

For this award to remain current candidates must perform an annual proficiency check. It is recommended that this annual proficiency check be completed by 31st December of each year