Volunteer patrollers of Mt. Baw Baw Alpine Resort

What will it cost to become a member of The Mount Baw Baw Ski Patrol?
There is currently no fee applicable to become a ski patroller at Mount Baw Baw.

How many hours a week will I have to commit to?
Eligible ski patrollers at Mount Baw Baw will need to commit to a minimum of 5 on snow weekends per year. Variable hours as required to complete duties between June 10th and October 1st annually as a guideline).

Who can join?
Anyone over the age of 18 years who is a competent skier or snowboarder with some resort knowledge, an interest in first aid, guest services (provision of information) and most importantly, ski area safety.

How long will training last for?
Refer to how many hours a week will I have to commit to for details of annual training.

What will training involve?
Annual re-certification of the following competencies: CPR, AED, Oxygen, Pentrane and Entonox administration procedures

Are there any fitness/skill requirements?
There is no minimum fitness level requirement to become a ski patroller at Mount Baw Baw.

What do Ski Patrollers Do?
Ski patrollers duties include but are not limited to the following

What is the process for joining?
Complete the patroller application form

What benefits will there be for me?
For applicants who meet the above criteria and fulfill the attendance requirements of the Mount Baw Baw Ski Patrol, the following benefits are available (subject to annual review)