We have many specifically targeted programs and resources available to engage and educate international, university and TAFE and college students.

Glossary

Our glossary has been created to support diverse audiences to improve their understanding of basic beach and surf lifesaving terminology.

Tertiary Provider Guide & Resources

Looking to support the provision of beach and coastal safety education to your students and campus community but don’t know where to start? Start here and explore all that we have to offer.

Low ELP Resources

Resources and worksheets to support individuals and groups with a low english language proficiency (Low-ELP) that are themed around the beach and ocean.

International Student Water Safety Videos

This video series was launched in December 2020 and is a Study NSW Partner Project collaboration with the NSW Police Force, Surf Lifesaving NSW, Royal Lifesaving NSW and Northern Beaches Council.

Tertiary Student’s Beach Excursions

The best way to understand beach safety is with a visit to a beach and some time on the sand and in the water. Our knowledgeable lifesavers can help students experience the beach in a safe way.

Beach Safety @ Your O’Week

SLSNSW Education Team can set stalls at your university/college orientation week and engage & talk with students about beach and ocean safety, the red & yellow flags, beach safety signs, marine creatures, rip currents and many more.

Day @ the Beach

Day @ the Beach is a multicultural and CALD community targeted beach safety program can be delivered virtually or face to face in a selection of languages.

Multilingual Resources

Interested in multilingual beach & ocean safety resources in languages other than English? Here you will have the opportunity to explore, download or print different beach and ocean safety multilingual resources.

Beach Life Program

This International student targeted program will help your students develop the knwoledge and awareness they need to safely enjoy our coastlines and take part in the Australian beach life!