EDUCATION and ‘i sea, i care’
Here you will find relevant safety, risk, insurance and general Education and ‘i sea, i care’ information to help fill the needs of schools and parents for your upcoming program.
- Dolphin Research Public Liability Insurance 23/24
- Risk and Safety Guidelines – Balnarring Beach Explorer
- Risk and Safety Guidelines – Whale Out Of Water
- Risk and Safety Guidelines – Don’t Pee In My Pool
- Risk and Safety Guidelines – Ricketts Point Marine National Park
- Risk and Safety Guidelines – Victoria’s Marine Living Treasures
For every workshop ambassadors will need to bring along food and snacks (try to be plastic free), hat, sunscreen, closed toe shoes and your iseaicare ambassador tshirt. For Moonraker workshop only: please bring bathers, towel, your own snorkel gear if you have it and some dry, warm clothes to wear when not swimming including windproof jacket, beanie etc.
Download a map of our main program sites below. It shows our Hastings centre, Balnarring Beach and Jacks Beach, Crib Point.
For the Moonraker workshop, please meet at Sorrento Pier at the boatshed at the end of the pier.
All transport needs to be organised by each school to ensure all ambassadors arrive on time. Please organise a bus or staff car to be available, so that if we have to move locations during a workshop due to bad weather, we can do so easily and swiftly.
Thank you for hosting a peer teaching workshop at your school. We would not be able to deliver these programs without you.
We ask schools to provide the following when hosting a workshop:
- One large space to accommodate up to 40 students plus adults for the demo
- A second smaller space to divide the group in half
- One or two junior grades (P-2) for 30 minutes before their long break (usually between 12:30 – 1:30pm)
- Morning tea for the adults bringing students
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