Edithvale Life Saving Club (ELSC) is one of 58 Life Saving Clubs that make up Life Saving Victoria. Membership is open to everyone and it’s a great way to meet new people, learn new skills, get fit or simply support a vital community service. Become the life at our beach and continue the life saving tradition that has spanned over 100 years.
Contact the Club Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership forms are available here
There are a number of membership categories available at ELSC:
Fees are paid annually, plus a one off joining fee of $25. All fees are payable when you submit your application form. Memberships forms can be downloaded here
The Working With Children Act 2005 (Vic) includes a compulsory Working With Children Check for all employees and volunteers who have regular, direct and not directly supervised contact with children under 18 years of age. This check has implications for all areas of Life Saving Victoria as members under 18 years of age are involved in all our activities including patrols, competition, coaching, instructing, assessing and day-to-day club activities including parents supervising and supporting their children at training and competition.
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Therefore to ensure our members are operating within the legal framework, it is imperative that ALL members over 18 years obtain the WWCC. ELSC have agreed to ensure that our members meet this standard and LSV policy requires we commit to the standard set by LSV.
Section 11. List the area(s)
Use the following code:
70 (Clubs & Associations)
Section 12. Which organisation(s)
Name of primary Organisation: Insert details for Life Saving Victoria first
Life Saving Victoria
200 The Boulevard
Port Melbourne Vic 3207
Name of other Organisation: Insert details for Edithvale LSC
Edithvale Life Saving Club
PO Box 2034
Edithvale VIC 3196
ELSC is a not-for-profit organisation that relies on membership fees, grants, sponsorship and fundraising as its main source of operating funds. Hard to believe, but this vital community service is only made possible by members who tirelessly lobby for the funds to improve facilities, pay insurance, purchase rescue equipment, restock first aid etc. Simple ways to support our service to the community include: