1. Check the website Calendar for the Patrol roster.

2. Patrol Rosters on Facebook.

3. Sync your phone/google calendar to get Patrol updates, see “Setup Google Calendar” Tab above.

Patrol swaps (substitutions (sub/s) enables members to indicate when they will be unable to attend a patrol therefore inviting other club members to sub for them. Club members can also accept to sub for another member who is unable to patrol. Members will manage their subs with other club members via the Member Portal > Lifesaving Online tab. The Patrol Sub performs the following tasks:- 1. Displays an invite to eligible members in your club that you require a sub. 2. Enables a member to view only patrols that they are eligible to do based on the Awards they hold. 3. Enables members to confirm they are able to do a sub for another member. 4. Send a notification email when a sub has been accepted

Download the full instructions here. FAQs What happens if I get a confirmed sub and then I find out I am free to patrol? Contact the member using the contact details provided in the Substitutions tab and ask them to Undo their confirmed sub. This will have to be done within the timeframe set by the club in Surfguard for “Undoing” a Sub. Default display is 48 hours.

Is there a blackout period for when you can’t “Undo” a sub you have confirmed? The default blackout period is 48 hours prior to start of patrol.

NOTE: These instructions have recently been revised to reflect changes in the Google Calendar user interface. If you tried earlier and couldn’t add a calendar, then you should be able to do so now. We’ve put the calendar online and made it possible for you to receive SMS or Email notifications of your upcoming patrols. You can also add these events to your personal organiser if it is compatible with Google Calendar, or you can add the calendar to your Google homepage. This service is completely free to both you and to the club. Steps

  1. Go to http://calendar.google.com
  2. Log in or create an account if you don’t already have one with Google (if you use Gmail, you can use that username and password here too).
  3. Once you are logged in, on the bottom left of the screen there should be a heading called “Other Calendars”, under this there is a link marked “Add”, click on this and select “Add a friend’s calendar”
  4. Enter the email address for your calendar(s)
Calendar Email Address
Tamarama SLSC General tamaramaslsc.org_k7vmgl3ec9p3u7bt3sat2kvv50@group.calendar.google.com
  1. In the “Other Calendars” Box on the left hand side of the screen, you should see the calendar you just added. Next to it there is a little box with an arrow pointing downwards, click on the arrow.
  2. Select “Notifications”.
  3. Under “Event Reminders” click “Add a reminder”.
  4. Choose how you want to be notified of your patrol and how long before the patrol you want that notification to come [1].
  5. Hit save.

You’re done. You’ll be getting automated notifications for patrols. [1] If you only see an option to use email reminders and want to receive SMS reminders, you’ll need to click on the “Set up your mobile phone to receive notifications” link at the bottom of the screen and follow the steps outlined there.

JPG Calendar:

patrol1 patrol12 patrol13 patrol14 patrol15 patrol16 patrol17 patrol18 patrol19 patrol110 patrol111 patrol112