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Disabled Surfing – Let’s Go Surfing

April 20, 2019 | Category =
disabled surfing Albany 2019

The Disabled Surfers Association of Australia Inc. has a Great Southern group that will be holding surfing days in 2019.

Let’s Go Surfing Days

Surfing Day – January 12th  2019   {9 am – 12 noon}

Surfing Day – February 9th  2019  {9 am – 12 noon}

Surfing Day – March 16th 2019  {9 am – 12 noon}

Surfing Day – April 20th 2019  {9 am – 12 noon}

free BBQ

Disabled Surfing – Let’s Go Surfing

March 16, 2019 | Category =
disabled surfing Albany 2019

The Disabled Surfers Association of Australia Inc. has a Great Southern group that will be holding surfing days in 2019.

Let’s Go Surfing Days

Surfing Day – January 12th  2019   {9 am – 12 noon}

Surfing Day – February 9th  2019  {9 am – 12 noon}

Surfing Day – March 16th 2019  {9 am – 12 noon}

Surfing Day – April 20th 2019  {9 am – 12 noon}

free BBQ

Disabled Surfing – Let’s Go Surfing

February 9, 2019 | Category =
disabled surfing Albany 2019

The Disabled Surfers Association of Australia Inc. has a Great Southern group that will be holding surfing days in 2019.

Let’s Go Surfing Days

Surfing Day – January 12th  2019   {9 am – 12 noon}

Surfing Day – February 9th  2019  {9 am – 12 noon}

Surfing Day – March 16th 2019  {9 am – 12 noon}

Surfing Day – April 20th 2019  {9 am – 12 noon}

free BBQ

Sail Leeuwin Voyage Albany – Fremantle

January 17, 2019 | Category =
Sailing tall ships

The Leeuwin Youth Explorer voyages are the greatest tall ship adventure for youth. The voyages enable you to surround yourself with active new friends, develop skills for the workplace and to test your personal limits.

A day on board
We run a working ship, so during the voyage you will be part of a whole heap of hands-on activities, from:

  • Navigating the ship and taking the helm
  • Setting and furling the sails
  • Climbing the masts and working aloft
  • Standing watch while sailing through the night
  • Weather conditions, watch roster and ship positioning affects the schedule so there is never a dull moment.

During the last full day of the voyage it’s over to you. Together, you’ll nominate a ship’s crew from within your teams – who has shown leadership, team management and capability? It could be you. Test your knowledge and skills and work together to chart the ship’s course to a new anchorage.

Who is it for?
Youth Explorer Voyages are designed for young people aged from 14 to 25.

Disabled Surfing – Let’s Go Surfing

January 12, 2019 | Category =
disabled surfing Albany 2019

The Disabled Surfers Association of Australia Inc. has a Great Southern group that will be holding surfing days in 2019.

Let’s Go Surfing Days

Surfing Day – January 12th  2019   {9 am – 12 noon}

Surfing Day – February 9th  2019  {9 am – 12 noon}

Surfing Day – March 16th 2019  {9 am – 12 noon}

Surfing Day – April 20th 2019  {9 am – 12 noon}

free BBQ

Sail Leeuwin Voyage Fremantle-Albany

January 4, 2019 | Category =
Sail Leeuwin Fremantle to Albany

The Leeuwin Youth Explorer voyages are the greatest tall ship adventure for youth. The voyages enable you to surround yourself with active new friends, develop skills for the workplace and to test your personal limits.

A day on board
We run a working ship, so during the voyage you will be part of a whole heap of hands-on activities, from:

  • Navigating the ship and taking the helm
  • Setting and furling the sails
  • Climbing the masts and working aloft
  • Standing watch while sailing through the night
  • Weather conditions, watch roster and ship positioning affects the schedule so there is never a dull moment.

During the last full day of the voyage it’s over to you. Together, you’ll nominate a ship’s crew from within your teams – who has shown leadership, team management and capability? It could be you. Test your knowledge and skills and work together to chart the ship’s course to a new anchorage.

Who is it for?
Youth Explorer Voyages are designed for young people aged from 14 to 25.

Level 1 Flat Water (Canoe/Kayak)

December 14, 2018 | Category =
Canoe

This course is designed for teachers and outdoor recreation instructors.

Australian Canoeing Flat Water Guide assessment (Canoe OR Kayak). Successful completion of assessments will ensure teachers meet the Department of Education activity-specific skills based requirements for paddling in closed water, as outlined within the Paddling Procedures (in addition to a First Aid Certificate and Rescue Qualification).

Participants are required to attend one date only. Please choose either the 13th or 14th of December.

What is included:

  • The assessment will be conducted by Paddling WA. It is assumed that all participants have paddling experience and flat-water skills as per the Paddle Australia Qualification Scheme which has been emailed to you. Please contact GSCORE if you have any questions.
  • Canoes and PFDs. Please note: if you need to be assessed for Australian Canoeing Flat Water Guide Kayak, you will need to bring your own kayak. Camp Quaranup have made their canoes available for all canoe assessments.
  • Tea/coffee and water.

What you need to bring:

  • Lunch and snacks. Please note that catering will not be provided and there is no store nearby.
  • Suitable clothes for paddling (e.g. shorts, T-shirt, rashie)
  • Towel
  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Personal water bottle

Level 1 Flat Water (Canoe or Kayak)

December 13, 2018 | Category =
Canoe

This course is designed for teachers and outdoor recreation instructors.

Australian Canoeing Flat Water Guide assessment (Canoe OR Kayak). Successful completion of assessments will ensure teachers meet the Department of Education activity-specific skills based requirements for paddling in closed water, as outlined within the Paddling Procedures (in addition to a First Aid Certificate and Rescue Qualification).

Participants are required to attend one date only. Please choose either the 13th or 14th of December.

What is included:

  • The assessment will be conducted by Paddling WA. It is assumed that all participants have paddling experience and flat-water skills as per the Paddle Australia Qualification Scheme which has been emailed to you. Please contact GSCORE if you have any questions.
  • Canoes and PFDs. Please note: if you need to be assessed for Australian Canoeing Flat Water Guide Kayak, you will need to bring your own kayak. Camp Quaranup have made their canoes available for all canoe assessments.
  • Tea/coffee and water.

What you need to bring:

  • Lunch and snacks. Please note that catering will not be provided and there is no store nearby.
  • Suitable clothes for paddling (e.g. shorts, T-shirt, rashie)
  • Towel
  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Personal water bottle

Level 0 Orienteering Coaching

December 12, 2018 | Category =
compass map orienteering

This course is for school teachers and outdoor recreation instructors. Successful completion of this course will ensure teachers meet the Department of Education activity specific skills based requirements for orienteering, as outlined within the Bushwalking and Orienteering Procedures (in addition to a First Aid Certificate).

What is included:

  • The training and assessment will be conducted by Albany and Denmark Hinterland Orienteering Club (ADHOC) on behalf of Orienteering WA.
  • Tea/coffee and water.

What you need to bring:

  • Lunch and snacks. Please note that catering will not be provided and there is no store nearby.
  • Suitable clothes for running around in the bush (long pants, enclosed shoes)
  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Personal water bottle
  • Clipboard
  • Two different coloured pens (black, red or blue biros)
  • A4 Plastic Sheet protector (in case of rain)

Level 0 Orienteering Coaching

December 7, 2018 | Category =
compass map orienteering

This course is for school teachers and outdoor recreation instructors. Successful completion of this course will ensure teachers meet the Department of Education activity specific skills based requirements for orienteering, as outlined within the Bushwalking and Orienteering Procedures (in addition to a First Aid Certificate).

What is included:

  • The training and assessment will be conducted by Albany and Denmark Hinterland Orienteering Club (ADHOC) on behalf of Orienteering WA.
  • Tea/coffee and water.

What you need to bring:

  • Lunch and snacks. Please note that catering will not be provided and there is no store nearby.
  • Suitable clothes for running around in the bush (long pants, enclosed shoes)
  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Personal water bottle
  • Clipboard
  • Two different coloured pens (black, red or blue biros)
  • A4 Plastic Sheet protector (in case of rain)

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