"EVERY SUMMER, MEET NEW FRIENDS,
LEARN, SWIM AND SURF."
Nippers (Junior Surf Education)
Nippers is about learning, confidence and having fun in a safe beach environment. For Nippers, the beach is the classroom. They gain confidence by passing the ‘tests’ of swimming, body-boarding, beach sprints, dolphin-diving, spotting a rip, having fun with new friends and discovering things about themselves.
At Frankston Life Saving Club we encourage parents to be involved, with opportunities to volunteer as; Age Managers, Officials, Water Safety and other Parent Helpers assisting set up and pack up, equipment care, BBQ and further social, event and fundraising activities, as well as the possibility of acquiring their Surf Rescue Certificate, Bronze Medallion and other awards.
Become a Nipper in 3 Easy Steps!
Become a Member at Frankston LSC
(Click the 'Membership' tab on the main menu and follow the prompts)
Register and attend a Nipper preliminary assessment at Frankston LSC
You are ready to have fun and join our Nippers Program!
Welcome to the 2020/2021 Lifesaving and Nippers season
FLSC nipper sessions run each Friday night from 5.30 - 6.30pm, after which we hold a family-friendly BBQ for all of our members and the upstairs function room is open, including the bar for adults. Our sunset view is spectacular!
FLSC Nippers 2020/21
EVENTS and EDUCATION
Click the buttons below to access information about junior skills evaluation, surf education requirements and competition events.
Visit - the membership page for more information regarding signing up or
Junior Skills Evaluations
Saturday 19th Dec - Pines Pool
Friday 22nd Jan - 5.30pm Frankston Beach
Under 6 to Under 13
Required to attend.
Nippers Start Date
Friday, 15th January 21
Nippers Bye (no session)
Friday, 5th March 21
Nippers Final 2021 Session
Friday, 26th March 21
Nippers Presentation Night
Winter season offers alternative training and other social options.
Frankston Life Saving Club is committed to the Safeguarding of Children and Young People (SCYP).
It is imperative that we provide a safe and supportive culture for children and young people, focussing on fun, education and building the confidence of our people through positive learning and development. FLSC’s core values include being open, welcome and inclusive and building stronger and safer communities for everyone. FLSC empowers and expects all members, board members, affiliated Clubs, consultants, contractors and licensees, to create and maintain a safe culture for children and young people. FLSC is committed to reducing the risks of abuse and harm to children and young people, and will ensure all staff, members, affiliated Clubs, consultants, contractors and licensees understand and adhere to the SCYP Policy and Procedure, relevant legislation, and statutory requirements.
We commit to creating an environment for children and young people to be safe and to feel safe in any of our programs, activities or events.
Please refer to the more extensive Life Saving Victoria SCYP resources found at