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Layne Beachley Latest to Complete Surf Rescue

Surfing Champion Mark Richards is a huge supporter of the course. “I found the whole Surfers Rescue 24/7 course to be very enlightening and it made me think about what I would do if I happened to stumble across a bad situation that’s happening in the water,” Richards said. “I think this is something everybody should be taught. A course like this should be part of a school’s curriculum. It’s just as important as learning to read or write. A surfer’s recreational enjoyment can often take place in some pretty dangerous environments, so it’s safe to say that over the course of their life, they will have to assist in a rescue or even perform CPR on someone. I think it’s essential for anyone who surfs to have these skill sets. I thought the course was great.” All surfers who perform rescues can now log their rescues at the brand new Surfers Rescue web platform, surfersrescue247.com and go in the draw to win a variety of monthly prizes. All surfers who participated in the course will receive a certificate stating they’re a now properly accredited. Any surfer from the recreational grass-roots boardrider to a professional surfer of any discipline of surfing is welcome to participate in Surfers Rescue 24/7. To find out more check out surfersrescue247.com or email info@surfingnsw.com.au]]>

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Layne Beachley Latest to Complete Surf Rescue

Surfing Champion Mark Richards is a huge supporter of the course. “I found the whole Surfers Rescue 24/7 course to be very enlightening and it made me think about what I would do if I happened to stumble across a bad situation that’s happening in the water,” Richards said. “I think this is something everybody should be taught. A course like this should be part of a school’s curriculum. It’s just as important as learning to read or write. A surfer’s recreational enjoyment can often take place in some pretty dangerous environments, so it’s safe to say that over the course of their life, they will have to assist in a rescue or even perform CPR on someone. I think it’s essential for anyone who surfs to have these skill sets. I thought the course was great.” All surfers who perform rescues can now log their rescues at the brand new Surfers Rescue web platform, surfersrescue247.com and go in the draw to win a variety of monthly prizes. All surfers who participated in the course will receive a certificate stating they’re a now properly accredited. Any surfer from the recreational grass-roots boardrider to a professional surfer of any discipline of surfing is welcome to participate in Surfers Rescue 24/7. To find out more check out surfersrescue247.com or email info@surfingnsw.com.au]]>

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Gold Coast Magazine

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Our in-house team and affiliates bringing you the latest in Culture, Lifestyle and Entertainment from around the globe and the great stories of the Gold Coast