U15 - Cadet Member

When you turn 14 you can:


  • Complete your First Aid Certificate.

  • Requalification: it is mandatory to complete an annual proficiency of your SRC. This involves attending a Skills Maintenance session prior to the 31st December. If you don’t complete this training then your will not able participate in patrols or water safety.

  • The U15 program is designed to allow you to do both of these things and more.


  • ​Continuing patrolling under the guidance of experienced members


  • Water safety at our holiday Nipper Program, Club Training Days, Nipper Carnivals, Rock to Ramp

Surf Sports:

  • Compete in U15 events at Senior Carnivals

Life Saving Victoria (for more information go to: www.lsv.com.au)

  • U15 Development Camp
    A three night camp for members who are 14-15 yrs old. The camp deals with issues such as leadership, interpersonal and team work skills. Applications typically need to be submitted by late March with camp taking place in early May. Interested members should discuss there interest with the Director of Youth Development.


  • Champion Junior Lifesaver (CJL)
    An opportunity to recognise 13-14 yr old members who go above and beyond in their life saving clubs. Participants going through a series of leadership development workshops, gaining exposure to the array of lifesaving pathways and further development of SRC skills through practical team-based scenarios. Applications typically need to be submitted by late January with the course taking place in late February.


  • Victorian Winter Development Squad
    The Victorian Development Squad is available to all members aged U12-U15. The Squad provides athletes with additional coaching and skill training opportunities throughout the winter. The program includes surf skills, cross training, pool training and competition training and is directed to assist junior athletes in improving their skills and abilities.


  • Youth High Performance Squad
    Available to U13-U15 athletes who have finished in the top three places at the State Championships in an individual event. This exposes participants to the best coaches and athletes in the state