Spreading water safety messaging in a school environment is vital if we want to make an impact on our youth. Royal Life Saving Society WA participates in several school events throughout the year, as well as providing FREE water safety presentations for years 10-11s and Year 12 Leavers specific talks.

COVID-19 Impact:

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have ceased school presentations for the near future.

To ensure young people are still getting water safety information, we have developed a workbook that can be distributed to students electronically. The workbook provides similar information to our Be A Mermate talks.

Click on the link below to download a copy of the workbook.

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Be A Mermate (Water Safety) Presentations:

Our Be A Mermate presentation delivers water safety information to students. The talk provides information to young people about how they can keep themselves and their mates safe when around water.

Our talk promotes five key messages to ensure the safety of all young people.

They include:

  1. Spot Before you Swim
  2. Don't Know? Don't Dive
  3. Don't Swig and Swim
  4. Float with Friends
  5. OMG's= 000 and CPR

Year 12 Leavers Specific Presentations:

Our Year 12 Leavers specific talks include information on the below areas:

  1. Safe drinking practices- Ways to reduce the risk of alcohol-related harm
  2. What to do in an emergency situation
  3. Key support services- Who can help you during Leavers week
  4. What to expect at Leavers
  5. Leavers and the Law
  6. Alcohol and water safety information- A condensed version of our Be A Mermate presentation

The Leavers specific talks provide valuable information to students that can be used at Leavers but can also be applied to situations they may experience once leaving school.


If you would like to find out more information or book a presentation for later in the year, please fill in the form below: 
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Learn CPR and first aid in your classroom

We have a variety of training programs for the classroom and the swimming pool. First aid and CPR are skills that all students can learn.

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