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Volunteering - get involved

Volunteering

Volunteering is fun and a great opportunity to meet new people, gain new skills and give back to the local community.

As a not-for-profit club we rely on the assistance of volunteers at our major events, club race days and at other times throughout the year.

We appreciate the time and effort that volunteers give to our club and provide FREE training in all areas and help give you valuable life skills such as First-aid, licenses and courses. We also hold an annual "thanks for Volunteering" event and BBQ's each year.

The Club needs volunteers to help deliver Club racing and major events held throughout the year.

To meet like-minded people and join our volunteers please register here.

Upcoming exciting volunteering opportunities include:

  • Club racing each week
  • Sail Sydney 2024

Sail Sydney Volunteering

Volunteer roles and qualifications

  • Duty Officer: Supervise yard and ramp. Monitor radio messages. Call ambulance if required.
  • Committee or Finish Boat Crew: Australian Sailing "Committee and Finish Boat" Course
  • Race Officer assistant: No special qualifications required. Knowledge of race start and finish procedure desirable. Main activity is to assist race officer with flags and recording finish. The online course above is a good place to start.
  • On water safety and mark lay: These roles require significant experience and/or completion of the following courses:
  • Safety boat operator: Australian Sailing "Safety Boat Operator" course completion or equivalent. For more details please see Powerboat - Australian Sailing - Resources (sailingresources.org.au)
  • Mark-lay: It is desirable that volunteers have a boat licence and have completed the Australian Sailing "Mark Laying" course. This is a free online course that can be found here: Mark Laying Course - Australian Sailing - Resources (sailingresources.org.au)
  • Safety documentation: Members, staff, volunteers and visitors are encouraged to review the club safety documents. These documents are updated from time to time as required.

Last updated 12:24 on 9 June 2024

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