Dive into the 2018-2019 season from Saturday 20 October 2018. We are pleased to welcome back many members from past years and thrilled to welcome new members too! If you would like to see first hand what pool lifesaving is all about, come along to Enfield Aquatic Centre, Portland Street, Enfield on Saturday mornings from 8am in October 2018. Registrations are now open – follow the link on our Join Us page to register. If you have any questions in the meantime, please contact us.
On Sunday 15 November 2015, Woronora Life Saving and River Patrol Club will host the first interclub carnival of the season. We encourage all our members and their families to come along to what is always a fun and exciting day out. This is the only interclub carnival which is held on the river. Click on THIS LINK to put in your entries. Please note entries must be placed by Saturday 7 November. If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com
Each year the Simulated Emergency Response Competition (SERC) is held at the Aquatic Safety Training Academy Seven Hills. This competition tests the initiative, judgment, knowledge, and abilities of lifesavers who, acting as a team or individually, apply lifesaving skills in a simulated emergency situation unknown to them prior to the start. This competition is judged within a 2-minute time limit. All teams respond to the identical situation and are evaluated by the same judges.
We take great pride in announcing Enfield as the winners of the 2014-2015 SERC Trophy. Congratulations to the Enfield SERC team – we are very proud of you!
On Sunday 22 February 2015 Enfield Lifesaving Club hosted their Interclub Carnival at Enfield Pool, Portland Street, Enfield. Interclub Carnivals are a great way for the pool lifesaving community to put their skills and award training to the test in a supportive and friendly competitive environment.
Enfield Lifesaving Club welcomed competitors and visitors from other pool lifesaving clubs including Engadine and Hills. The Enfield Carnival was a fun-filled and exciting day with a healthy level of competitiveness. There was a great turn out of families and friends with 45 of Enfield’s 49 members competing. Congratulations and well done to all the Lifesavers from all the clubs who competed.
Thank you to all the parents from Enfield who helped at the BBQ, organising food for the officials, time keeping and other official duties. Thank you to the other competing clubs who also helped by providing officials. Your efforts are hugely appreciated.
Life Saving Award training is under way – real life rescue situations are simulated and coaching is given so members learn how to respond to different kinds of (often challenging!) situations. Members of various ages (from age 7 to 45) are undergoing life saving Award training in order to achieve their Royal Life Saving Award.
Award training is the most important part of what we do at Enfield Life Saving Club and it is great to see members working together in the pool practising water safety and rescue techniques.