Wāhine on Water - Bay of Plenty

Event Details

Sun 19 May 9:00AM
Papamoa Surf Lifesaving Club, 561 Papamoa Beach Rd, Papamoa, Eastern - Bay of Plenty

Event Contact:

Robynne Cabusao

Tel: 027 457 1019

Email: robynne.cabusao@surflifesaving.org.nz

<div class="kvgmc6g5 cxmmr5t8 oygrvhab hcukyx3x c1et5uql"> <div class="m8h3af8h l7ghb35v kjdc1dyq kmwttqpk gh25dzvf"> <div class="xdj266r x11i5rnm xat24cr x1mh8g0r x1vvkbs"><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Wāhine on Water</strong></span></div> <div class="xdj266r x11i5rnm xat24cr x1mh8g0r x1vvkbs"></div> <div class="xdj266r x11i5rnm xat24cr x1mh8g0r x1vvkbs">Calling all female lifeguards, our first Wāhine on Water event for 2024 has been locked in and we’re looking forward to seeing you all at Papamoa SLSC on Sunday 19th May.</div> <div class="xdj266r x11i5rnm xat24cr x1mh8g0r x1vvkbs"></div> <div class="x11i5rnm xat24cr x1mh8g0r x1vvkbs xtlvy1s">This is an IRB development day, targeted at females from all clubs, who would like to spend a fun day in an IRB learning tips from some of the best female IRB drivers in the region. Wāhine on Water promotes a fun, supportive and non-intimidating environment for you to give it a go, sharpen up your skills or simply make some new friends in surf.</div> <div class="x11i5rnm xat24cr x1mh8g0r x1vvkbs xtlvy1s">You do not need to have any experience in the IRB to attend this event, you’ll be supported, regardless of your experience, to learn in a safe and supportive environment and to choose the activities that you’d like to take part in.</div> <div class="x11i5rnm xat24cr x1mh8g0r x1vvkbs xtlvy1s"></div> <div class="x11i5rnm xat24cr x1mh8g0r x1vvkbs xtlvy1s" style="text-align: center;"><strong>*** Limited places available. Registrations close at 5pm on Sunday 14th April 2024 ***</strong></div> <div class="x11i5rnm xat24cr x1mh8g0r x1vvkbs xtlvy1s"></div> <div class="x11i5rnm xat24cr x1mh8g0r x1vvkbs xtlvy1s" style="text-align: center;">To register as a candidate, mentor or instructor:<span> </span><a rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" tabindex="0" href="https://forms.gle/9VCMzGzHGvR4Frs47?fbclid=IwAR1eIyOoauwReL4roPMV9Xo-kTV8S1CBmA7VStvzo41SM9gkKZxqX76iXJY" target="_blank" class="x1i10hfl xjbqb8w x1ejq31n xd10rxx x1sy0etr x17r0tee x972fbf xcfux6l x1qhh985 xm0m39n x9f619 x1ypdohk xt0psk2 xe8uvvx xdj266r x11i5rnm xat24cr x1mh8g0r xexx8yu x4uap5 x18d9i69 xkhd6sd x16tdsg8 x1hl2dhg xggy1nq x1a2a7pz xt0b8zv x1fey0fg">https://forms.gle/9VCMzGzHGvR4Frs47</a></div> <div class="x11i5rnm xat24cr x1mh8g0r x1vvkbs xtlvy1s" style="text-align: center;"></div> <div class="x11i5rnm xat24cr x1mh8g0r x1vvkbs xtlvy1s" style="text-align: center;">Watch this short clip to find out more about the Wāhine on Water initiative:<span> </span><a rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" tabindex="0" href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShtxTxwVJLA&amp;fbclid=IwAR0fLV03JQjQu5e4vd3M2iTivONloC8_Nixofx0bV6puqbWR6BE0L7xcVFs" target="_blank" class="x1i10hfl xjbqb8w x1ejq31n xd10rxx x1sy0etr x17r0tee x972fbf xcfux6l x1qhh985 xm0m39n x9f619 x1ypdohk xt0psk2 xe8uvvx xdj266r x11i5rnm xat24cr x1mh8g0r xexx8yu x4uap5 x18d9i69 xkhd6sd x16tdsg8 x1hl2dhg xggy1nq x1a2a7pz xt0b8zv x1fey0fg">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShtxTxwVJLA</a></div> <div class="x11i5rnm xat24cr x1mh8g0r x1vvkbs xtlvy1s" style="text-align: center;"></div> <div class="x11i5rnm xat24cr x1mh8g0r x1vvkbs xtlvy1s" style="text-align: center;"><em>Contact Robynne Cabusao for more details:</em><br /><em>027 457 1019 / robynne.cabusao@surflifesaving.org.nz</em></div> <div class="x11i5rnm xat24cr x1mh8g0r x1vvkbs xtlvy1s" style="text-align: center;"></div> <div class="x11i5rnm xat24cr x1mh8g0r x1vvkbs xtlvy1s"><hr /></div> <div class="x11i5rnm xat24cr x1mh8g0r x1vvkbs xtlvy1s"></div> <div class="x11i5rnm xat24cr x1mh8g0r x1vvkbs xtlvy1s"><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Why is it happening?</strong></span><br />In 2019, 50% of Surf Lifeguards were female, yet only 28% of our IRB drivers were female. This is something SLSNZ and the Wāhine on Water group are looking to address through peering inexperienced lifeguards with an experienced female IRB mentor. The intention of the networking day is to provide females more time in IRBs in a supportive, low stress environment.<span> </span></div> </div> </div> Development

Description

Wāhine on Water
Calling all female lifeguards, our first Wāhine on Water event for 2024 has been locked in and we’re looking forward to seeing you all at Papamoa SLSC on Sunday 19th May.
This is an IRB development day, targeted at females from all clubs, who would like to spend a fun day in an IRB learning tips from some of the best female IRB drivers in the region. Wāhine on Water promotes a fun, supportive and non-intimidating environment for you to give it a go, sharpen up your skills or simply make some new friends in surf.
You do not need to have any experience in the IRB to attend this event, you’ll be supported, regardless of your experience, to learn in a safe and supportive environment and to choose the activities that you’d like to take part in.
*** Limited places available. Registrations close at 5pm on Sunday 14th April 2024 ***
To register as a candidate, mentor or instructor: https://forms.gle/9VCMzGzHGvR4Frs47
Watch this short clip to find out more about the Wāhine on Water initiative: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShtxTxwVJLA
Contact Robynne Cabusao for more details:
027 457 1019 / robynne.cabusao@surflifesaving.org.nz

Why is it happening?
In 2019, 50% of Surf Lifeguards were female, yet only 28% of our IRB drivers were female. This is something SLSNZ and the Wāhine on Water group are looking to address through peering inexperienced lifeguards with an experienced female IRB mentor. The intention of the networking day is to provide females more time in IRBs in a supportive, low stress environment.