Each year, Surf Life Saving WA strives to deliver initiatives targeted at engaging our youth members with the aim of developing future leaders of our organisation.
The popular TOAD and Rise Up Camps are held annually over the summer school holidays. These camps provide a great opportunity for participants to build inter-club friendships, participate in a range of exciting activities and develop leadership and interpersonal skills essential to not only their success in surf life saving, but in day to day life.
These camps are generously supported by the Scottish Masonic Charitable Foundation.
Read more about last year’s camps here
Teamwork, Opportunities and Development (TOAD) Camp
The TOAD Camp is a development program open to 13 and 14 year old members. The camp is designed to expose participants to a variety of skills and activities that will enhance and encourage their development in both surf life saving and their local communities.
Details for the 2019 TOAD Camp are as follows;
DATE: 14 – 17 January 2019
LOCATION: Kingstown Barracks, Rottnest Island
Rise Up Camp
The Rise Up Camp is designed to cater for 15 and 16 year old members. This camp provides an opportunity for members to participate in a wide range of physical and social activities that will develop personal leadership skills.
Details for the 2018 Rise Up Camp are as follows;
DATE: 17 – 20 December 2018
LOCATION: Pemberton Camp School, Pemberton
Further information about the 2018/19 Youth Camps, including Camp Participant Application forms, can be found in Circular 13.
Club administrators or Junior Directors can contact David Somers, SLSWA Sport and Development Officer on (08) 9207 6666 for more specific information regarding the application process which is released in September each year.