BECOME A LIFE SAVER –
Become a life saver at Mooloolaba and you will have great fun and meet lots of new friends. The first step to be an active member is gaining your Bronze medallion. Our volunteers patrol Mooloolaba Beach during the weekends and public holidays over the months of October – April.
To enrol in the course you must complete a swim of 400m in less than 9 minutes. You will be tested on the First day of your course.
To become a Life Saver at Mooloolaba Surf Lifesaving Club you must be over the age of 15 and complete the SLSA Bronze Medallion course to learn and demonstrate proficiency in surf awareness, survival, patrol and rescue procedures as well as emergency care.
If you are interested in becoming a Life Saver at Mooloolaba by training for the Bronze Medallion please find more details on the course, dates and timings here: Bronze Course Info or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Members transferring from other surf clubs need to complete a membership form and pay the relevant membership fee. When the form is received, action is then taken to instigate the transfer process from the other club.
Existing membership categories held at other clubs will be recognised by our club – e.g. if you are already a long service member at another club, you will also be considered a long service member of our club however you will be required to perform 25 patrol hours for the first 12 months.
If a transferring member wishes to apply for reserve active or long service membership of our club when they are not in that category at their existing club, they will need to provide written proof from their existing club that their patrol record meets the relevant criteria for active reserve or long service membership.
Membership renewal is open from 1 July and it needs to be completed prior to the 31 October each year.
Keep in mind that after that date a late payment fee of $20 will be incurred and FOB access to the club will be denied.
Only financial members are covered by SLSQLD Insurance and iCare (formerly WorkCover) and are also entitled to member benefits.