The National Leadership College is an annual leadership and development program recognising young leaders in Surf Life Saving aged between 20 and 30 years.
The week-long intensive course provides an exciting opportunity for members within the movement to further develop their leadership skills and continue to positively contribute to the success of Surf Life Saving.
As well as learning new skills and creating opportunities for personal growth, the program will open new networks with other likeminded passionate members across the country, who are also committed to making a difference within the movement.
The National Leadership College is designed to challenge participants intellectually, socially, emotionally and physically. The skills gained are designed to be taken back to clubs and into other areas of the participant’s daily life, with the aim of contributing to SLSA’s mission statement of saving lives, creating great Australians and building better communities.
Today we congratulate the following successful applicants and wish them the very best in January/February next year:
Shannon O’Brien, Port Bouvard SLSC, WA
Campbell Shaw, North Cottesloe SLSC, WA
Michael Bonnici, Wanda SLSC, NSW
Bradley Dawson, Kiama SLSC, NSW
Natalie Browning, Broulee Surfers SLSC, NSW
Liam Bailey, Mona Vale SLSC, NSW
Andrea Malm, Freshwater SLSC, NSW
Peter Koureas, Maroubra SLSC, NSW
George van Dyck, North Steyne SLSC, NSW
Tom Simpson, Shelly Beach SLSC, NSW
Chloe Sterry, Currumbin Vikings SLSC, QLD
Emily Sprake, Nobby’s Beach SLSC, QLD
Erin Gibson, Dicky Beach SLSC, QLD
Zachary Henwood, Miami Beach SLSC, QLD
Jacasta Hammond, South Port SLSC, SA
Lucy Burns, Brighton SLSC, SA
Marley Fairclough, West Beach SLSC, SA
Andrew Taylor, Point Lonsdale SLSC, VIC
Grace Lightfoot, Jan Juc SLSC, VIC
Hannah Tzimokas, Woolamai Beach SLSC, VIC
Jameson Trainor, Waratah Beach SLSC, VIC
Lachlan Collie, Black Rock LSC, VIC
Lara Falk, Port Campbell SLSC, VIC
Lars Ralph, Ocean Grove SLSC & Fairhaven SLSC, VIC
Madeline Green, Fairhaven SLSC, VIC