Welcome to Currumbin Nippers. Home of the current Queensland State Champions!
Our 2020/2021 Currumbin Nipper Program commences on Sunday October 4th 2020 at 8.30am.
View our 2020/2021 Membership Flow chart here
WELCOME!!. Our official sign on dates for 2020/2021 are Sunday 16th August between 9am and 11am and Friday 21st August 2020 between 4pm and 6.30pm at the Currumbin Nipper Clubhouse, 766 Pacific Pde Currumbin.
Online registrations for existing members are now open.
There are 4 main parts to renewing / joining Currumbin SLSC:
1. Completing membership forms online Memberships
2. Paying Membership Fees
3. Complete Nipper Pool Swim Proficiency form (Information)
4. Hold, or Apply for, a current/valid Blue Card (if over 18yrs) SLSQ Policy
Renewing Memberships (Including transferring to Currumbin SLSC)
ALL RENEWING MEMBERS NOW TO RENEW ONLINE
• Renew/transfer via Logging into your SLSA Membership Area Login CLICK HERE
• Follow the Prompts (for detailed instructions)
• If you do not have SLSA Member account follow the instructions to create one
• Pay membership fees Membership Fees
• Email following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org
o Blue card form and ID members over 18yrs (if you do not hold a current Blue Card)
o Nipper Pool Swim Proficiency form
• If you are joining nippers, at least 1 parent/ guardian must join
• Preferred payment via Online Credit Card option Click Here
• We accept the Qld Government FairPlay Vouchers Click Here
Don't forget to also complete your CYRMS
What is Nippers?
Nippers is the junior branch of the Surf Lifesaving movement. It educates U6 to U14s about many aspects of surf lifesaving and prepares them for entry into the Senior Club. Children must be at least 5 years of age on or before midnight 30th September 2017 in order to be old enough to participate in the 2017/2018 Nipper season.
Junior Activities can be a very rewarding experience for the whole family. Not only do the children learn important beach and water skills and enjoy friendships that come with belonging to a club, their parents can also gain valuable knowledge and discover personal satisfaction in participating.
Currumbin Beach Vikings Surf Life Saving Club Inc. recognises that the identification and management of risks of harm to children and young people is essential to the creation of a safe and supportive Surf Life Saving environment. Currumbin Beach Vikings SLSC is committed to providing and promoting safe environments for children and youth.
The Child and Youth Risk Management Strategy (CYRMS) provides the framework to which Currumbin Beach Vikings SLSC (as an SLSQ entity) can meet the legislative requirements and comply with the State Government’s Working with Children (Risk Management and Screening) Act 2000. The strategy helps to ensure the organisation is providing a safe and supportive service environment for children and young people, by identifying and minimising risks.
The strategy incorporates a number of component which are utilised to create a safe environment and ensure it remains safe. Screening employees and volunteers through the blue card system is part of the strategy.
Currumbin Beach Vikings SLSC's Statement of Commitment
Important Information for Parents and Carers
Flowchart for Reporting Youth Protection Complaint
All members must:
Remember that the welfare of the child or children is always of paramount importance.
Know the policies, complaint processes and guidelines under 6.05 SLSA Member Protection Policy and how they apply to you.
Understand and commit to SLSQ Member Code of Conduct.
Understand how the child protection legislation in Queensland affects you.
Members can view more information about the Currumbin Beach Vikings SLSC CYRMS on the club noticeboard
SLSA 6.05 - Member Protection Policy (2018) [appendix available on app/ Members Area]
SLSQ Member Code of Conduct
Blue Card Services