SURF LIFE SAVING NSW
‘CORPORATE LIFESAVERS CHALLENGE’ TEAM BUILDING PROGRAM
SURF LIFE SAVING NSW’S MISSION IS SIMPLE; SAVING LIVES, CREATING GREAT AUSTRALIANS AND BUILDING BETTER COMMUNITIES.
net profit from each event goes to our charity partners - min $500+GST
SURF LIFE SAVING NSW ‘CORPORATE LIFESAVERS CHALLENGE’ IS AN EXCITING HYBRID BETWEEN TEAM BUILDING AND CORPORATE VOLUNTEERING, BUILT TO MOBILISE YOUR PEOPLE FOR GOOD.
What’s the session’s main focus?
Collaboration and teamwork for a stronger workplace community.
How is it delivered?
1. Either in-person and hybrid over 3 hours – at your office, or any venue of your choosing such as a conference venue or a hotel.
2. Or online over 2 hours – whether your team is spread over the country, region or simply working from home.
How will my team benefit?
Your colleagues will get a unique insight into this amazing charity and the opportunity to self-reflect and draw parallels from how Surf Life Saving NSW operate with their own team and work environments by: understanding what makes a great team member; learning from beach safety to better navigate problems at work; and celebrating the power of belonging to a strong community culture and using these insights to brainstorm practical ways to work better as a team.
How will Surf Life Saving NSW benefit?
As we’re in partnership with Surf Life Saving NSW, they receive 50% of the net profit from every session, which translates to at least $500 plus GST for every session. So, your people are also making a financial difference to Surf Life Saving NSW to help save lives.
GET IN TOUCH AND TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE AND INSPIRE YOUR PEOPLE FOR GOOD.
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About Surf Life Saving NSW
In addition, they run the Australian Lifeguard Service (ALS) NSW, which is one of the largest providers of lifeguard services in the Southern Hemisphere, providing services to over 90 individual locations, 15 local government authorities, 1 resort, 2 national parks, and with ongoing expansion they employ seasonally in excess of 330 lifeguards each year.
They also run the Australian UAV Service, which is contracted by the NSW Government Department of Primary Industries (DPI) to provide shark surveillance using drones at 50 locations across the NSW Coastline and is often tasked during flood emergencies with SES to provide Search & Rescue, Rapid Damage Assessment using thermal imagery, 3D Mapping, and general safety inspections in addition to water-safety.