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  • Topper Race Training OB
    09:30 -16:30
    01/06/2019

    Take your first steps to becoming a confident and successful racer with this specially designed course. Participants must be competent to sail around a triangular course or possess RYA Stage 3 or Stage 4.

    Courses from £25.00

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  • WOW – Start Sailing (Bahias + OB)
    09:30 -16:30
    07/06/2019-10/06/2019

    Women on Water is a great, relaxed way for women to either take their first steps to becoming a sailor or to improve on sailing skills already acquired. There is informal tuition and safety boat cover available and everybody is encouraged to learn at their own pace.

    Courses from £100.00

  • WOW – Go Racing (Fevas + OB)
    09:30 -16:30
    07/06/2019-10/06/2019

    Women on Water – Go Racing is a great, relaxed way for women to take their first steps to start racing or to improve on sail racing skills already acquired. Participants must be capable of sailing a boat around a triangular course without instruction. There is informal tuition about how to race at the level of starting to enter races at a sailing club. Safety boat cover is available and everybody is encouraged to learn at their own pace. Participants can sail the Club’s Fevas or use their own boat.

    Courses from £100.00

  • BOB – Start Sailing (Bahias + OB)
    09:30 -16:30
    07/06/2019-10/06/2019

    Blokes on Boats is a great, relaxed way for Blokes to either take their first steps to becoming a sailor or to improve on sailing skills already acquired. There is informal tuition and safety boat cover available and everybody is encouraged to learn at their own pace.

    Courses from £100.00

  • BOB – Go Racing (Fevas + OB)
    09:30 -16:30
    07/06/2019-10/06/2019

    Blokes on Boats – Go Racing is a great, relaxed way for Blokes to take their first steps to start racing or to improve on sail racing skills already acquired. Participants must be capable of sailing a boat around a triangular course without instruction. There is informal tuition about how to race at the level of starting to enter races at a sailing club. Safety boat cover is available and everybody is encouraged to learn at their own pace. Participants can sail the Club’s Fevas or use their own boat.

    Courses from £100.00

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  • Optimist Race Training
    09:30 -16:30
    08/06/2019

    Non certificated practical on the water course aimed at competent sailors who want to improve their racing ability in the Optimist class. This is for BSC members only in their own boat.

    Courses from £25.00

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  • Pre-Entry Assessment
    09:30 -16:30
    15/06/2019

    This one-day course should be completed within one year prior to the dinghy instructor course. It is one of the pre-requisites to the dinghy instructor course. Candidates should demonstrate sailing with an awareness of the ‘five essentials’ and confirm they can sail in a controlled and confident manner, showing consideration for preparation, communication, approach and execution at all times. Click here for more information from the RYA about the pre-entry assessment.

    Courses from £55.00

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  • RYA First Aid
    09:00 -17:00
    29/06/2019

    The RYA First Aid Course is designed to teach you what to do in many of the situations where people have accidents whilst on a small craft from how to resuscitate someone to how to treat minor cuts.

    This course is useful for anyone who goes out on the water and at the end of the course you will qualify for the RYA First Aid Certificate which is valid for 3 years from time of issue.

    The key aims of the RYA First Aid Course are to ensure that the student is able to:

    • Perform CPR and know how this differs on a drowned person
    • Demonstrate how to turn a casualty into the recovery position and understand the importance of maintaining the airway
    • Understand the effect of cold shock and how to treat hypothermia from immersion and exposure
    • Recognise the signs and implications of reduced responsiveness in a person with a head injury
    • Apply direct pressure to a wound and control bleeding.
    • Recognise and treat seasickness and dehydration
    • Obtain medical advice and assistance using the VHF radio
    • Know how to prepare for helicopter evacuation

    Course timings 09:00 – 17:00

    Course from £45

  • Optimist Race Training
    09:30 -16:30
    29/06/2019

    Non certificated practical on the water course aimed at competent sailors who want to improve their racing ability in the Optimist class. This is for BSC members only in their own boat.

    Courses from £25.00

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